A group of 35 Canadians 16 to 25 years old, including two Guelphites, will be partaking in an international trade mission during a two-week trip to China.
A Guelph family is caught in a “vortex” of medical politics and bureaucracy as the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care decides whether or not it can help fund three-year-old Bentley Mitchell’s life-changing surgery in the United States.
A day of festivities will take place at city hall’s Market Square on Saturday in honour of Guelph’s founder John Galt.
The summer of free admission to the Ward Skatepark returns next week thanks to the city’s commitment to offer Guelph’s youth a place to skateboard.
Olivia and Gabriel Wilson-East beat the heat Tuesday afternoon at Market Square’s splash pad.
Olivia and Gabriel Wilson-East beat the heat at the Market Square splash pad on Tuesday.
A lot of late ticket sales boosted the fortunes of the Hillside Festival this year, says Hillside’s executive director.
Anyone 18 and older with a bit of creativity, a camera-equipped smartphone, an image-editing app and a discerning eye is invited to submit entries to the fourth annual guelPhonography contest.
The Rotary Club of Guelph has been awarded the Rotary International Significant Achievement Award for its 13-year project to plant a 100-acre forest near Guelph Lake.
The members of the Guelph Youth Singers Chamber Choir learned they’ve won a second-place award and a $250 scholarship after competing in the Federation of Canadian Music Festival’s national competition.