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Couple bringing vertical farming to Downtown Guelph after winning free store space

Couple bringing vertical farming to Downtown Guelph after winning free store space

Noki Farms will sell fresh produce in an indoor retail space
Celebrate Mother's Day with an online Zonta film event

Celebrate Mother's Day with an online Zonta film event

Streaming begins at 9 a.m. on May 8
Good morning, Guelph!

Good morning, Guelph!

A smile can be seen in the eyes too
Ontario walks back new pandemic police powers following widespread backlash

Ontario walks back new pandemic police powers following widespread backlash

Officers will no longer have the right to stop pedestrians or drivers to ask why they are out or request their home address, Solicitor General says
Mayor pleased parks to re-open, calls for ‘police overreach’ to end

Mayor pleased parks to re-open, calls for ‘police overreach’ to end

Encourages everyone to abide by the rules in the meantime
Sorry, but Guelph has bigger equity issues than your driveway

Sorry, but Guelph has bigger equity issues than your driveway

This week's Market Squared questions why city council care so much about driveway equity and seems to care little about real inequities in Guelph
St Joseph's Health Centre receives $1.8M for building improvements

St Joseph's Health Centre receives $1.8M for building improvements

Project will replace the existing rooftop unit serving the north wing at St. Joseph's Hospital
Three performances, three podium finishes for Erin skier Rachel Karker

Three performances, three podium finishes for Erin skier Rachel Karker

Focus now turns to Beijing Olympics in February
Skyline buys up a chunk of downtown property

Skyline buys up a chunk of downtown property

The company says the downtown property 'presents an attractive opportunity for potential future redevelopment'
New initiative aims to improve racial and gender diversity on Wellington County councils

New initiative aims to improve racial and gender diversity on Wellington County councils

A group of residents is looking to empower women and racialized candidates to run in local elections