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Bringing Treasures Back to Life

Bringing Treasures Back to Life

Inside a conservator’s workshop By Katie Wilde
Guelph Chamber welcomes new interim CEO

Guelph Chamber welcomes new interim CEO

Amy Kendall 'brings a wealth of experience' to the role, says board chair
Daycare goes high tech.

Daycare goes high tech.

This What’s Up Wednesday features Hannah Qureshi owner and director of the new Learning Tree Academy childcare centre in the south end.
U of G students' soybean-based liqueur is a real winner

U of G students' soybean-based liqueur is a real winner

5th Bean liqueur captures the 23rd annual Project Soy competition to create new products from Ontario soybeans
Myths about confidence

Myths about confidence

Succeeding as an artist by overcoming fears and doubts by Tamsen Taylor
Lumus and Nox Breakfast House and Chamber of Spirits: an homage to waffles and wizards

Lumus and Nox Breakfast House and Chamber of Spirits: an homage to waffles and wizards

New Downtown Guelph eatery and cocktail lounge set to open in a few days has a decidedly magical feel to it
All Good Things of this Earth Flow into the City

All Good Things of this Earth Flow into the City

"The city purchased the rail line [from Mr. Sleeman] in 1903, and later sold it to Ontario Hydro, who linked it to the existing radial line of the Toronto Suburban Railway in 1917. At that time, one could take the streetcar across the Downtown, transfer to the train, ride it out to Georgetown, and go from Georgetown on to Union Station every two hours – and by 1926 every hour. " By James Campbell-Prager
Guelph Arts Council March workshops

Guelph Arts Council March workshops

CONFIDENCE FOR CREATIVES AND ‘NO BS’ BETTER SOCIAL MEDIA FOR ARTISTS By Katie Wilde
Confirmed: Beertown is coming to Guelph in 2020

Confirmed: Beertown is coming to Guelph in 2020

The restaurant, part of the Kitchener-based Charcoal Group, will be part of the new development at Stone Road Mall
Small business owners can access affordable professional advice through Business Centre Guelph-Wellington

Small business owners can access affordable professional advice through Business Centre Guelph-Wellington

Business Centre Guelph-Wellington