The new owners of a 20-year-old Guelph brewery are phasing out standard 12-ounce bottles in favour of 16-ounce “tallboy” cans, but they don’t see it as a particularly risky move.
Dylan Smith showed off the race car he uses to compete across Ontario for his team, Lucas Oil. Dozens of cars crowded into the A&W parking lot on Woodlawn Road last Thursday to raise money to fight multiple sclerosis.
Five days a week the Guelph Food Bank picks up skids of food from grocery stores. The skids are full of whatever didn’t sell that day – one time it was pineapples, more commonly it’s loaves of bread, packages of meat and bags of vegetables.
Event will connect parents with caregivers Sept. 13 at the Victoria Road Recreation Centre.
This summer Sarah Robinson designed her very own racing bug and watched it come to life with the help of a 3D printer, similar to the one pictured here at the Guelph Public Library.
Julianna Beintema enjoys some ribs under the tent on Sunday as music plays from the stage at Guelph Ribfest. Approximately 35,000 to 40,000 people attended the three-day event at Riverside Park.
Tucked away from the tremors of city life is a courtyard garden. Each day a dozen or so participants both lose and find themselves amongst weaved willow branches, fragrant roses and mature tomato vines.
Liam Kelly walks by a sea of bowls on Tuesday night at the Guelph Lawn Bowling Club.
Visitors at Ribfest will not only get to sink their teeth into some of the best ribs Ontario has to offer, but also enjoy a full musical line-up, car show and kids’ activities.
The food truck phenomenon gets a local launch in a Stone Road hotel parking lot in a couple of weeks, and two Guelph food entrepreneurs are happy they’ll be part of it.