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Tribune Photo By Laurie Snell
On the corner of Water Street and Denver Road is a quarter-acre property hidden behind an overgrown cedar grove.
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Tuesday, August, 12, 2014 - 4:04:01 PM
Wilson farmhouse reduced to rubble "Thank goodness that eyesore is gone from our beautiful city. It was a farmhouse, nothing more. It's not like it had any significance like the McCrae house or something. Good riddance."
Comment by javre123
Sunday, August, 10, 2014 - 6:06:43 PM
Canada geese ruining park as playground experience "I feel bad for the geese. As we take away more and more green space and claim what little there is for our own they're limited as to where they can go. It's the situation with people that's ridiculous. There are way too many of us. Get over it."
Comment by Sarah M
Thursday, August, 07, 2014 - 3:03:51 PM
Road test St. George's Square plan, says Piper "I think it is time for the city to set up a poll at the square so people can come and sign yea or nay to this plan. Every time they unveil this plan the majority of public comments seem to be against it and yet the city is clearly going to go ahead "
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News
Sona found guilty
Former Conservative Party staff member Michael Sona has been found guilty of using misleading automated phone calls to Guelph voters in the 2011 federal election.
Art services
Shelter search on fast track
Although the organization will not need to move until the middle of 2016, the Guelph Humane Society is feeling the pressure to find a new home sooner rather than later.
Sports
Tribune Photo By Ned Bekavac
Gargoyles knock off Hawks
Jeff Borysiewicz (No. 13) of the Grand River Gargoyles passes the ball while getting tackled during Ontario Australian Football League action on Saturday at Margaret Greene Park.
Sports stuff: Sister act in British Columbia
Guelph’s Katherine Stamp is headed west and joining her sister on the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds swim team for the 2014-2015 season.
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Barlow here for festival
National Chairperson of the Council of Canadians Maude Barlow is set to speak at this year’s Fresh Water Jamboree on Sept. 13.
Guelph black history comes alive Saturday
This Saturday, the Black Heritage Society is hosting the Underground Railroad walking tour at Woodlawn Memorial Park.
Opinion
Letter to the editor: St. George’s Square plans don’t work on many levels
Why is there such constant unrest about the configuration of St. George’s Square?
Letter to the editor: Make Guelph better place by cleaning up medians
As I was reading your Guest Editorial ­– Making Guelph a Better Place (Tribune, Aug. 12), I was thinking about some desperate eyesore conditions of some local street corners that I travel on almost every day.

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Wednesday Farmers' Market

Community | August 05

To market, to market

David Wildfong, left, picks up some fresh greens from Viola Weber of Bowman’s Organics during the Wednesday Farmers’ Market in St. George’s Square.

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