Author, naturalist and tracker Jon Young comes to Guelph Oct. 2 to give a public talk on the importance of connecting with nature in building a healthy, resilient community.
A group of local organizations have teamed up to launch an online survey on oral health for low-income people in Guelph and Wellington who are not able to afford dental care.
The University of Guelph will officially install Franco Vaccarino as its eighth president and vice-chancellor during a ceremony on Saturday Sept. 27 that begins at 4:30 p.m. in War Memorial Hall.
eff Nealy, the terminal operations manager at Linamar Transportation, crosses the finish line at the Massey Road plant last Thursday after cycling about 300 kilometres from a Linamar plant in Windsor to raise money for the United Way.
Leaders from a variety of religious faiths will once again be gathering in Guelph to explore and share ways to bring about peace at the 34th World Religions Conference.
The local speaker series Ignite Guelph is returning for a fourth event Oct. 3.
The Creative Spark Workshops are hosting a Small Business Ventures for Kids program starting Sept. 29 to give children a taste of entrepreneurship.
Volunteer Laurel Marsolais leafs through a book as she decides where it should be shelved for the Friends of the Guelph Public Library’s upcoming giant book sale.
Food vendors, such as (from left) Magnolia Café owner Arvi Gosmo and Dee Nijjar and Paul Nijjar of Diwa Classic Indian Cuisine, were kept busy Sunday cooking up vegetarian dishes for Vegfest Guelph at Goldie Mill and the Guelph Youth Music Centre.
A new organization calling itself Soup Sisters and Broth Brothers is cooking up a new charitable initiative for Guelph that is set to launch this fall. The organization will be cooking up delicious and nutritious soups once a month to donate to Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis. The initiative will kick off with a cooking event [...]