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Guelph Curling Club
People heading out of town north on Highway 6 may have seen the signs declaring new development coming soon to the site of the Guelph Curling Club.
No need to widen Stone Road, says foe
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News
Tegan and Sara highlight Hillside
Calgary twins Tegan and Sara, big winners at the Juno Awards last month, are among those who are playing the Hillside Festival this summer.
Slow down on idea of high-speed rail service, advises Sandals
The Liberal government announced more details about its plan for boosting Ontario’s transportation network this week, but local MPP Liz Sandals says news of a “high-speed” rail service in this area isn’t quite what it might appear.
Sports
Otters force Game 5
The Erie Otters beat the Guelph Storm 5-2 Tuesday night to stay alive in their best-of-seven OHL Western Conference final series.
Storm rolls over Erie on road
Touchdown Guelph Storm!
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The Folk
The Folk bringing the rock
On name alone, The Folk are frequently taken and mistaken to be a folk band.
Guelph Shebang workshop
A free performance will be held this evening (April 17) showing off a collaborative approach to creativity in the arts that’s being fostered through a program at the River Run Centre.
Opinion
Widening Stone Road – A clash of ideals
Editorial: Hugh Whiteley will be bringing an interesting clash of visions before council next Monday when he argues against a proposal by city staff to widen a section of Stone Road that abuts the U of G’s Arboretum.
Retention pond plan takes out 1/3 of park
Dear Editor: The City of Guelph – always at the forefront of cost savings and noxious odour control – is proposing a huge, unsightly, expensive storm sewer retention pond smack in the middle of Green Meadows Park on the northeast side of the city.

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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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