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After last call when it’s time for late-night revellers to get out of downtown, streets can become a battleground as people try to flag down taxis.
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News
Four elementary schools officially have new names
The Upper Grand District School Board has approved names for new elementary schools in Guelph and Rockwood that are to open this fall.
City welcomes recyclables in tough market
An increasingly competitive market in Ontario for processing recyclables has led to a proposed deal that will see two types of waste transported between Guelph and Detroit.
Sports
Tribune Photo By Ned Bekavac
Sky high
Sausha Bajak of the John F. Ross Royals reaches for the airborne ball during District 10 girls rugby action against Centre Dufferin on Tuesday. Ross won the game 45-0 before losing 31-0 to Orangeville later in the day.
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Storm can seal the deal Friday night at home
Guelph Storm fans may have had to tuck away their brooms on Tuesday night, but they will at least get a chance later this week to watch their team try to win the OHL’s Western Conference title on home ice.
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Students share their passions
A group of students in a special arts-focused high school program are getting set to share their passions with the rest of the community in the city’s first Ignite Guelph Youth event on April 25.
Film about ‘Britain’s Schindler’
A documentary film that tells the nearly forgotten story of an Englishman who organized the rescue of 669 Czech and Slovak children just before the outbreak of World War Two will be screened at The Bookshelf on Sunday and Monday.
Opinion
Answering nature’s call
Editorial: The topic of a lack of public washrooms in the downtown contributing to a problem of public urination returns to council Monday, via a motion by Coun. Ian Findlay.
Messages from city hall anything but transparent
Cincommn Sense column by Greg Elliott: ‘Can you define zero-based budgeting to me?’

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John McCrae statue

News | April 10

Monument to a humanitarian

A local committee has officially formed to begin the necessary fundraising to erect a life-like statue of famed Guelph soldier, doctor and poet John McCrae in Guelph.

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