Nick Craine has his fingerprints on a lot of artistic endeavors.
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.
Residents will get the inside scoop about the NDP’s election campaign at the third annual noodle supper April 25.
Grade 8 student Katherine Stewart found the prom dress of her dreams at the Princess Project sale Saturday.
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.
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.
The Multicultural Festival is hosting its annual fashion show April 22.
Residents could receive a call in the next couple of days asking them to respond to a survey about their cycling behaviour.
Shara Inotay will once again share her experiences caring for her father with Alzheimer’s disease during a presentation April 18.
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.