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Now the real work begins for the Guelph Storm <b>(5 photos)</b>

Now the real work begins for the Guelph Storm (5 photos)

Wraps up the pre-season with a win over Hamilton while still missing eight players at NHL camps
Ford 'has declared war on the modern world,' says Green Party leader

Ford 'has declared war on the modern world,' says Green Party leader

Mike Schreiner addressed party faithful at Green Party convention in Barrie
Have your say on local transit services

Have your say on local transit services

Online survey available until October 5
Installation of the new Niska Road Bridge has begun

Installation of the new Niska Road Bridge has begun

Target completion date is May 2019
Additional cops, new events in place in hopes of preventing repeat of 2017 Homecoming mess

Additional cops, new events in place in hopes of preventing repeat of 2017 Homecoming mess

University also working to inform students about various bylaws in the city and is once again asking for off-campus parties to be registered
Good morning, Guelph!

Good morning, Guelph!

High of 29C expected today
'The rat in the corners' making an early impression with Guelph Storm

'The rat in the corners' making an early impression with Guelph Storm

Ben McFarlane will play junior B hockey this season, but the sixth round draft pick is opening some eyes with his physical play
Guelph woman hopes to swim across Lake Ontario this weekend

Guelph woman hopes to swim across Lake Ontario this weekend

If Brenda Lussier is successful, she will be the first deaf woman to accomplish the feat
Mirexus opens $7.2M facility in Hanlon Creek Business Park

Mirexus opens $7.2M facility in Hanlon Creek Business Park

Trademarked molecule discovered a decade ago will be manufactured in new building
Guelph student walkout planned in protest of sex-ed curriculum change

Guelph student walkout planned in protest of sex-ed curriculum change

Sept. 21 event in Market Square will also protest changes to Indigenous curriculum, say student organizers