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How to save

How to save

Two simple questions to guide your savings strategy
Plucky local news site celebrates opening of its new office

Plucky local news site celebrates opening of its new office

It's us. We're talking about us
Guelph Transit Town Hall

Guelph Transit Town Hall

Transportation is key for age-friendly communities
Desautels: 'Save money. Live Better.'

Desautels: 'Save money. Live Better.'

A highly questionable philosophy for life
Rise of the machines?

Rise of the machines?

In this month's column, Kevin Davison of Kadence Solutions discusses how internet connected devices should not be adopted lightly
The basics of bitcoin

The basics of bitcoin

In this month's column, Kevin Davison, of Kadence Solutions, discusses how bitcoin is grabbing a lot of attention lately but for most people it remains a bit of a mystery
Neighbours concerned when told proposed $450-million glass plant to draw 1.6M litres of water per day <b>(13 photos)</b>

Neighbours concerned when told proposed $450-million glass plant to draw 1.6M litres of water per day (13 photos)

Chinese float glass manufacturer Xinyi said the plant will take up to two years to build
Proposed $450M glass plant 'a game changer', says Guelph-Eramosa mayor

Proposed $450M glass plant 'a game changer', says Guelph-Eramosa mayor

China-based Xinyi Glass Holdings commands a 25 per cent share of the global aftermarket auto glass market and in 2003 had a revenue of $1.27 billion USD
Desautels: Living for today

Desautels: Living for today

“What is the meaning of Zen”, asked the monk. “What is the meaning of now” replied Ma-Tsu.
Bread rises to feed the needy

Bread rises to feed the needy

New Guelph bakery’s waste not – want not philosophy is helping those in need to get their daily bread.