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Dance group for people with Parkinson's begins in Guelph

Dance group for people with Parkinson's begins in Guelph

A dance program for people with Parkinson's disease has started in Guelph, based on the Dance for PD program.
Guelph Storm ends tough weekend with big loss <b>(4 photos)</b>

Guelph Storm ends tough weekend with big loss (4 photos)

Guelph loses all three weekend games by a combined 17-4 score; have now lost four straight
Family Day of Fun

Family Day of Fun

Hundreds take in Family Day events in the city on Monday

Access to Microfilm Information: Library needs new scanner

The information contained on microfilm is as important as ever, but it has become far too frustrating to access it with the obsolete equipment currently in place. One of three old scanners is now too broken to use.
Syrian refugee family arrives in Guelph

Syrian refugee family arrives in Guelph

The first of 75 Syrian refugee families arrives in Guelph.
Lumsden leaves U of G football to become athletic director at Brock

Lumsden leaves U of G football to become athletic director at Brock

Lumsden had been with the Gryphons football program since 2010
My Story, My Tattoo exhibit goes beyond skin deep

My Story, My Tattoo exhibit goes beyond skin deep

Wellington County Museum exhibit features photos of body art and the story behind them.
<b>Movie Review:</b> Deadpool

Movie Review: Deadpool

I want to shout it from mountaintops and treetops and the roofs of buildings, "Deadpool is @#$% awesome!" I want to grab everyone I see walking down the street and shout into their faces, "Why are you walking down the street? Why aren't you watching Deadpool? It's #$% awesome!"
Matt Andersen and the Bona Fide coming to River Run

Matt Andersen and the Bona Fide coming to River Run

One of Canada's most soulful and celebrated performers will mark the release of a brand new album at River Run Centre on Saturday, February 27
The long and elusive adventure of a new Canadian classic

The long and elusive adventure of a new Canadian classic

A previously little known children’s book, The Adventure of Leonard Broadus, is making waves in the Canadian literature community.