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Community Food Drive
Food drives put focus on poverty
Thirteen food banks are joining forces to collect as much food as possible and fill their pantry shelves for the summer.
City’s natural heritage policies honoured
The City of Guelph has received an award in recognition of its commitment to the natural environment.
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Wednesday, May, 27, 2015 - 7:07:41 PM
Solstice 3 going to OMB over church site plans "Looking at the other two Ugly buildings this developer has put up if the third is to be similar it totally does not fit in with this neighbourhood at all. I also fail to understand how it is that a city can spend (city taxpayer) money on plans for o"
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Wednesday, May, 27, 2015 - 7:07:13 PM
Developer being pushy "The OMB needs to allow for a decision period before getting involved. Funny come to think of it has the OMB EVER sided with a city planning group??"
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McCrae Day at GCVI
McCrae has his day at his old high school
To commemorate the 100-year anniversary of Lt.-Col. John McCrae’s poem In Flanders Fields, his former school, Guelph Collegiate, will hold a music-filled arboretum opening June 3.
Tourism consultant eyes Guelph as a destination
Guelph’s tourism industry is set to get a boost with help from an internationally recognized travel-and-tourism consulting firm based in Vancouver.
ISpy Guelph challenge launch goes next week
The kickoff of a do-it-yourself scavenger hunt based on the traditional ISpy game is part of how the city is marking national Tourism Week in Guelph and Wellington County from May 31 to June 6.
Demonstration set for St. George’s church
With the goal of securing a meeting with Bishop Michael Bird to discuss the future of the St. Matthias church property, the McElderry community will hold a peaceful demonstration May 31.
Library seeks funds for better equipment
Guelph Public Library has renewed a push to raise $13,900 to buy a new piece of equipment to aid its archival capabilities.
eMerge has new executive director
A local not-for-profit organization that promotes sustainable living has named a new executive director.
Centennial CVI
Centennial’s Mad Hatter
Centennial Collegiate student Meghan Brant transformed into Alice in Wonderland’s loony Mad Hatter at the school’s Junior Arts Showcase Tuesday night.
Trib #2 in the province
The Guelph Tribune has been named the second best newspaper in Ontario in its circulation class.
Town hall
Residents air beefs to city police
The first of three police town hall meetings got off to a slow start Thursday evening, with seven officers easily outnumbering residents
Ash borers
City says check for emerald ash borers
The city is asking Guelph residents to help manage the emerald ash borer infestation by checking their ash trees.
Last call for federal Conservative nominees
Anyone considering running to be the Conservative candidate in Guelph in this year’s federal election has until Thursday to file nominations papers.
Royal Gardens
John F. Ross can dig it
Rosslyn Bentley leaving hospice
Hospice Wellington executive director Rosslyn Bentley is resigning as of June 8.
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