A woman who co-founded Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show over 20 years ago along with her late husband, Ginty Jocius of Guelph, has won a national prize.
The Volunteer Centre of Guelph/Wellington has announced a few changes on its staff.
Photographer Mark Zelinski (centre) visited The Bookshelf on Dec. 4 to share his Books That Heal project with local charities.
The city is offering the chance for local kids to talk to Santa Claus, one-on-one over the phone.
About 60 families – each with three, four or five children – are still waiting to be adopted this season through the Children’s Foundation of Guelph and Wellington’s Adopt-A-Family program.
The University of Guelph has exceeded its goal for fundraising for this year’s local United Way campaign.
Ron King has a moment of reflection after laying down one of many wreaths Saturday at the Veterans’ Winter Wreath Service. Fresh winter wreaths were placed on the 180 graves in the veterans’ area of Woodlawn Memorial Park. Prior to the wreath laying there was a service of remembrance.
Local musician James Gordon will be the featured guest at the December meeting of the Guelph Guild of Storytellers.
ccording to a city staff memo posted on Coun. Ian Findlay’s Ward 2 blog, the city is spending between $1,000 and $4,000 on maintenance to the house that requires immediate attention.
It’s unheated, boarded up, with broken glass on the floor, peeling paint and wallpaper, and sagging plaster.