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Museum going big

Guelph Museums is about to get a third site, as well as the biggest item in its collection of historical artifacts, by taking over custody of Canadian National steam locomotive 6167.

Core stores vary in talking lockout

Less than a week after the city locked out its transit workers, most businesses in the core say they haven’t felt much change.

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Lockout hitting home

The lockout of transit workers that started Monday is causing hardship for some of the most vulnerable people in Guelph, workers for local neighbourhood groups say.

Savings to be had, says internal auditor

The city’s internal auditor says improvements are needed in the way city hall deals with the hiring of external consultants.

Police warning of bicycle thefts

Police are reminding people to be careful about the way they store their bikes after receiving 25 reports of bicycle thefts in the first three weeks of July.

Brothers score lottery win

A Guelph man and his Waterloo brother are the latest winners of the top prize in the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Commission’s Instant Scrabble game.

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Manic Monday for transit users

Guelph Transit riders were left scrambling Monday morning when they discovered that their usual ride would not be showing up after the city made the call to lock out transit workers late Sunday night.

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Bus drivers locked out

What is apparently the first shutdown in the history of Guelph Transit has the two sides seeming to be far apart.

Mayor responds to Guthrie salvo

Mayor Karen Farbridge has responded to sharp criticism from mayoral candidate Cam Guthrie, who didn’t support an apology about the city hall project and the Urbacon lawsuit that she delivered at last week’s council meeting.

Costco opening this week

Guelph’s long-awaited Costco store is finally opening its doors.

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