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Body of second kayaker recovered

Body of second kayaker recovered

Body of second kayaker discovered in Credit River in Terra Cotta.
Guelph Storm comes up short in Kitchener (5 photos)

Guelph Storm comes up short in Kitchener (5 photos)

Short-staffed Storm got within a goal in the third period but couldn't pull off he upset against the Kitchener Rangers
First Baptist Church, Guelph wants to share

First Baptist Church, Guelph wants to share

Historic church on Woolwich Street wants to share its space with the broader community.
Open house will share updated plans for Elora Mill development

Open house will share updated plans for Elora Mill development

Property developer Pearle Hospitality will host the open house on March 2 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Elora Community Centre.
So that Drake song...you know it's a parody, right? (updated)

So that Drake song...you know it's a parody, right? (updated)

A recent article on CBC seemingly claims that Canadian rapper Drake has written a new song calling Guelph “Yawnsville.” The story has been picking up steam and has created a lot of controversy on social media.
Reports of guy with a knife causes hold and secure at two schools

Reports of guy with a knife causes hold and secure at two schools

Police searched the area
City continues negotiations with paramedics’ union

City continues negotiations with paramedics’ union

Collective bargaining continues between the City and the Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) Local 231 representing the City’s paramedics
Guelph teen identified as victim in fatal Hawaii helicopter crash

Guelph teen identified as victim in fatal Hawaii helicopter crash

Upper Grand District School board has support available for staff and students through its Crisis Response Team
Search continues for missing U of G student

Search continues for missing U of G student

Victim of kayaking fatality remembered. Search continues for other missing kayaker
Former top building official wants big bucks from the city

Former top building official wants big bucks from the city

City has previously denied claims that city circumvented provincial and municipal building codes on its own projects