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Guelph in spotlight at watershed conference

An annual day-long workshop on the heritage of the Grand River watershed is being held in Guelph this year, partly as a way of marking the 100th anniversary of the writing of the World War One poem In Flanders Fields by Guelph native John McCrae.

Workshop examines police checks

t’s a tricky business knowing when and if potential employees and volunteers need to undergo police checks.

High school exams

That thinking feeling

Mickey Franklin, front, and fellow Our Lady of Lourdes students are deep in thought during a Grade 12 English exam at the school on Tuesday

Firefighters on a cold tin roof

For 30 hours, Guelph firefighters will brace themselves against winter winds as they camp out on Stone Road Mall’s rooftop. The goal is to raise awareness and money for muscular dystrophy.

The Red Lion

Former inn restoration sees history repeat itself

History tends to repeat itself.

Deadline for artwork nears

Art entries are now being accepted for the In Flanders Fields Centennial Commemoration Art Exhibit, which will take place throughout the spring and summer.

Community Singers invite

he Guelph Community Singers is inviting people 16 and older who might want to sing in a choir to check it out on Wednesday Feb. 4.

Eating disorder survivors share their stories

Eating disorder survivors of anorexia and bulimia and their supporters will share their experiences and journeys to recovery at Faces of Recovery on Feb. 4.

Talk looks at one-room schools

The turn of the twentieth century saw more than five thousand one-room schools dotted across Ontario’s landscape.

Hair fundraising experience

ACQUA Salon is hosting a hair competition to raise money for a local charity Feb. 14.

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