To figure out what needs to be improved in the Waterloo Wellington health care system, the Local Health Integration Network is asking residents to fill out a survey.
Gardeners, bee enthusiasts and anyone who wants to learn more about pollinators and the environment are invited to the Pollination Guelph Symposium on March 7.
The Wellington Catholic District School Board has hired a woman with 25 years experience in human resource management at Ontario school boards as its new superintendent of human resources.
At the Resilience Festival, community members will get a chance to tap into their passions and improve the environment.
As part of the global ‘Education is Not a Crime’ campaign, Guelph’s Baha’i community is screening the documentary To Light a Candle on March 5.
Free tax clinics are available to help those in need throughout March and early April.
The United Way is donating $10,000 to Marianne’s Place to help it recover from extensive damage caused by a flood.
In 1870s Guelph, being a senior was a lot more complicated with many fewer resources.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Innovation Guelph will host a motivational networking event for women in business on March 10.
Despite last week’s devastating flood, Marianne’s Place soldiers on providing shelter to women and their children escaping abuse.