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The Venture you know and love has a new home on GuelphToday.com.  Business Venture features informative articles and profiles on business achievement and start-up, education, the service sector, not-for-profit organizations, manufacturing, technology, and volunteerism and philanthropy.  Local business professionals share their knowledge and experience though regular columns and opinion articles.

Finding shelter for the swarm

Finding shelter for the swarm

In this What’s Up Wednesday we talk with Mike Barber from Tri-City Bee Rescue about his work rescuing swarms of honeybees and other pollinators
F*ck Perfect – Creating Brave Spaces at the Canadian Festival of Spoken Word

F*ck Perfect – Creating Brave Spaces at the Canadian Festival of Spoken Word

By: Garreth Arenburg-Duchesne
The Downtown Theatre Project Revives The Guelph Fringe Festival

The Downtown Theatre Project Revives The Guelph Fringe Festival

By: The Downtown Theatre Project
9 Days of Documentaries: Social Justice, The Environment, Community Building

9 Days of Documentaries: Social Justice, The Environment, Community Building

By: Guelph Film Festival Staff
New Guelph business teaches children coding through fun

New Guelph business teaches children coding through fun

With hundreds of locations around the world, Code Ninjas is now in Guelph
Inspiration Guelph

Inspiration Guelph

An Interview with Brenda Gibson
New prescription service is delivering the future now

New prescription service is delivering the future now

In this What’s Up Wednesday we talk with the founder of Pharmasea, Justin Macorin, about his high-tech concept for pharmaceutical delivery services.
Jim Estill receives prestigious entrepreneur award

Jim Estill receives prestigious entrepreneur award

'I appreciate the recognition but still have much to do,' says Danby CEO in accepting the award
Guelph customers left high and dry as pot store application moves to Cambridge

Guelph customers left high and dry as pot store application moves to Cambridge

The person who was approved to open a pot store in Guelph has decided he'd rather open it in Cambridge
Former mayor is influencing environmental policy at the community level

Former mayor is influencing environmental policy at the community level

In this What’s Up Wednesday we talk with former Guelph mayor Karen Farbridge about her sustainable energy and environmental consulting work.