Listening to teacher Kelly McCullough assign group work to her Grade 11 students, it sounds like a typical English class.
Although it’s not yet spring, the Guelph Community Foundation is getting ready for summer by opening up the application process for its Kids-To-Camp grants program.
City hall has launched a new online service-request portal that residents can use for such things as reporting a pothole that needs fixing or a fallen city tree branch that needs to be removed.
Fourteen downtown eating spots are participating in a March break event that includes special offers such as kids eating free.
People are invited to learn more about the women of Egypt at a special prayer service Friday marking World Day of Prayer.
Local people are invited to put on their dancing shoes and bust a move to support people suffering from a genetic blood disease that can cause severe anemia.
Sunrise Therapeutic Riding and Learning Centre is putting out the call for volunteers.
Cycling-friendly cities will be the theme of a film screening and panel discussion on Wednesday March 12 at Planet Bean downtown.
The Foundation of the Guelph General Hospital’s annual Black Tie Bingo gala has been declared a success after the event raised a net total of $177,305 – money that will be used to buy equipment for the hospital’s surgical program.
To some, it might just look like a fancier version of their morning double-double, but to local artist Gabriel Parniak it’s a complex commentary on Canadian national identity.