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Nick Craine takes cover in long-awaited release
Nick Craine has his fingerprints on a lot of artistic endeavors.
Cut-a-thon for Parkinson's
The annual Cut-a-Thon for Parkinson’s will take place April 26 at Eros Hair Studio to help support those living with the disease.
Recent Comments
Thursday, November, 27, 2014 - 4:04:03 AM
Vote recount flawed system "Alan I don't see any flaw in the counting process, though perhaps in the reasoning for a recount. All parties knew that the counting method was going to be exactly the same as last time. What did they expect to happen? Einstein said "Insanity: doin"
Comment by Rob Dunn-Dufault
Wednesday, November, 12, 2014 - 10:10:19 PM
A loss of identity in Canada, now Guelph "I guess I have been living under a delusion in Canada all these years. I was always taught that the essence of democracy was debate and every opinion having the chance to be represented. I am seriously disturbed by the response of the followers of "
Comment by brianp
Wednesday, November, 12, 2014 - 6:06:47 PM
Jaywalking big problem in Guelph "There is no doubt that there are pedestrian/traffic problems in Guelph. The city has doubled since I moved here, and we all feel the growing pains in different ways. As a historical note, did you know that the term "jaywalker" was coined by the auto"
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NDP noodles federal platform
Residents will get the inside scoop about the NDP’s election campaign at the third annual noodle supper April 25.
Princess Project
Fit for a Queen
Grade 8 student Katherine Stewart found the prom dress of her dreams at the Princess Project sale Saturday.
Immersion teacher launches new book
When French immersion teacher Sarah Kathryn Thatcher discovered there was a lack of engaging and age-appropriate resources for her students, she set about creating her own book.
Death: Planning for the inevitable
The choice to end life is a necessary option for those who cannot bear emotional suffering and bodily pain any longer, says retired United Church Reverend John Buttars.
Fashion show celebrates diversity
The Multicultural Festival is hosting its annual fashion show April 22.
Cycling feedback sought by city telephone survey
Residents could receive a call in the next couple of days asking them to respond to a survey about their cycling behaviour.
Daughter shares experiences with Alzheimers
Shara Inotay will once again share her experiences caring for her father with Alzheimer’s disease during a presentation April 18.
Author of book on Stephen Harper here Sunday
Journalist, writer and documentary filmmaker Michael Harris will visit Guelph on April 19 to speak about his latest book, Party of One: Stephen Harper and Canada’s Radical Makeover.
Bengali community marks new year
The Bangladesh Association of Guelph will be celebrating Bengali New Year this Saturday at Centennial Collegiate.
It's BeADonor month
April is BeADonor Month, and in celebration there will be a flag raising ceremony April 17.
Chamber talk on high performance
A prominent sports coach will talk Friday about how to inspire, motivate and challenge teams within workplaces.
Threads Hope helping grandmothers
To support their counterparts in Africa, the Guelph GoGo Grandmothers are hosting the art exhibit Creating Futures – Threads of Hope for African Grandmothers, April 21 to 25.
Tribune Photo By Samantha Beattie
In Flanders Fields 100th being marked in a big way
With a $50,000 provincial grant in hand, Guelph Museums will take bigger risks and seek greater rewards for its “In Flanders at 100” celebrations.
Tribune Photo By Samantha Beattie
Food bank donations way behind
The Guelph Food Bank is struggling to meet its spring food drive goal.
Series explores nature in the city
Families are invited to learn about animals, slime and flowers during a free Nature in the City introductory series.
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