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The first of three police town hall meetings got off to a slow start Thursday evening, with seven officers easily outnumbering residents
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Last call for federal Conservative nominees
Anyone considering running to be the Conservative candidate in Guelph in this year’s federal election has until Thursday to file nominations papers.
Rosslyn Bentley leaving hospice
Hospice Wellington executive director Rosslyn Bentley is resigning as of June 8.
Tribune Photo By Ned Bekavac
Sean Reilly of the Kitchener Panthers rests his bat on his shoulders as he gets intentionally walked during Intercounty Baseball League action against the Guelph Royals on Monday afternoon.
Sports Stuff: Goalie at Memorial Cup with Generals
A Guelph goaltender will look to have a rather divine hockey experience starting this week in Quebec City.
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Emergency Monologues in Guelph
Audiences will hear about what it’s like to be a paramedic in downtown Toronto during the gritty, ridiculous and comedic performance The Emergency Monologues on Thursday May 28.
Experiences and work treating Cystic Fibrosis part of public meeting
Cystic fibrosis survivor and professional body builder James Cameron will speak about his experiences with the deadly disease at a public talk May 25.
Developer being pushy
Editorial: It’s perhaps not surprising that the developer that wants to build six storeys of student housing where a church now sits at 171 Kortright Rd. W. is taking the case to the Ontario Municipal Board.
Guelph mourns retirement of Trib editor
Guelph Matters column by Chris Clark: That’s the great thing about being editor – I write the headlines.

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