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<b>VIDEO:</b> Guelph's singing city councillor takes on trucker protest with 'Crybabies Caravan'

VIDEO: Guelph's singing city councillor takes on trucker protest with 'Crybabies Caravan'

'Beating of the privilege chest. Inconvenience isn’t being oppressed,' sings Gordon in his song
From street performer to content creator, Long Chung's performances net him 122,000 TikTok followers

From street performer to content creator, Long Chung's performances net him 122,000 TikTok followers

Long Chung has turned his street performances into viral creations using social media, most notably TikTok
Longtime community volunteer and champion Paul Truex always wanted to do the right thing

Longtime community volunteer and champion Paul Truex always wanted to do the right thing

Rotary Club of Guelph past-president and 43-year member passed away on Jan. 22
Effort aims to bring French cultural centre to Guelph

Effort aims to bring French cultural centre to Guelph

'Every town in Ontario should have a place like this,' says Thomas Gallezot
Area animal organizations receive $50,000 in #BettyWhiteChallenge donations

Area animal organizations receive $50,000 in #BettyWhiteChallenge donations

Guelph Humane Society has accepted nearly $30,000 in donations
What’s taking so long? Jim Estill frustrated in his attempt to resettle Afghan refugees in the area

What’s taking so long? Jim Estill frustrated in his attempt to resettle Afghan refugees in the area

Jim Estill, CEO of Danby requested to bring 300 Afghan refugees, but so far the government only gave him space for 10
St. John Ambulance program hands out 9,000 naloxone kits, trains thousands in opioid poisoning safety

St. John Ambulance program hands out 9,000 naloxone kits, trains thousands in opioid poisoning safety

St. John Ambulance has been working to provide training for opioid poisonings while distributing free naloxone kits
Guelph senior shocked by $6,255 fine at border crossing for 'non-compliance'

Guelph senior shocked by $6,255 fine at border crossing for 'non-compliance'

Connie Cross, 74, plans to fight the ticket
Micro charitable effort in The Ward gets shut down

Micro charitable effort in The Ward gets shut down

The Library of Things on Alice Street has been closed indefinitely after a second complaint was made to city bylaw officials
It was all about the customers: Royal Cleaners to close its doors after 33 years

It was all about the customers: Royal Cleaners to close its doors after 33 years

'Thirty three years of small business, I think we did something right,' says Joe Contini, who owned the shop with his brother Mario