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U of G brass sought cash for university in Brampton
An attempt by outgoing University of Guelph president Alastair Summerlee and outgoing provost Maureen Mancuso to start a new university in Brampton while they were still in their respective positions is not being regarded as a conflict of interest, because they were simply shopping for their next job.
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Who's in, who's not, who's unsure
With 22 days to go until the nomination deadline for the Oct. 27 civic elections, some local incumbents are still keeping their options open about seeking re-election.
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Tuesday, August, 12, 2014 - 4:04:01 PM
Wilson farmhouse reduced to rubble "Thank goodness that eyesore is gone from our beautiful city. It was a farmhouse, nothing more. It's not like it had any significance like the McCrae house or something. Good riddance."
Comment by javre123
Sunday, August, 10, 2014 - 6:06:43 PM
Canada geese ruining park as playground experience "I feel bad for the geese. As we take away more and more green space and claim what little there is for our own they're limited as to where they can go. It's the situation with people that's ridiculous. There are way too many of us. Get over it."
Comment by Sarah M
Thursday, August, 07, 2014 - 3:03:51 PM
Road test St. George's Square plan, says Piper "I think it is time for the city to set up a poll at the square so people can come and sign yea or nay to this plan. Every time they unveil this plan the majority of public comments seem to be against it and yet the city is clearly going to go ahead "
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Spray day
Mike Kamstra fertilizes the lawn inside the University of Guelph’s Alumni Stadium on Monday.
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Cruisin’ to end MS
The president of A&W and the CEO of the MS Society made a stop in Guelph Wednesday to promote the national fundraiser, Cruisin’ To End MS.
Chamber tourney turns 38
The Guelph Chamber of Commerce will hold its 38th annual Guelph Chamber Golf Tournament on Sept. 4 at the Ariss Valley Golf & Country Club.
Local Walk for Water slated for Saturday
This weekend, local residents will dip buckets in the Eramosa River and then embark on a five-kilometre walk to show solidarity and raise money to support people who are struggling to provide clean, safe water for their families.
Associate prof leads Ontario Youth Choir
University of Guelph associate professor Marta McCarthy is leading the Ontario Youth Choir in a series of concerts this week.
Animal fundraiser set
The New Hope Animal Shelter Rescue is hosting its first-ever Summertime Palooza on Aug. 23.
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Conestoga moves closer to Baker Street proposal
Conestoga College is one step closer to submitting a proposal to the province for a new campus in a Baker Street redevelopment downtown.
Invitations open to join mixed choir
It’s a new season for the Silvertones mixed choir, and they are looking for singers as well as a backup pianist for the season.
Clothing closet for back to school
People looking for back-to-school clothing are being reminded that they don’t have to spend a lot of money to get what they need.
Fun slo-pitch game supports food bank
The second annual Help Strike Out Hunger slopitch game takes place Saturday Aug. 23.
Improvisor greeted at local launch party
A launch party will be held on Thursday Aug. 28 to mark the arrival of a renowned South Korean percussionist who will spend the next four months as the city’s “improvisor-in-residence.”
Rock double bill at downtown bar
Guelph rock band Dark Humours tops a free double bill on Saturday Aug. 23 at a downtown club.
Ribs and more in store for the weekend
The Rotary Club of Guelph-Trillium is turning Riverside Park into ‘Ribberside Park’ from Aug. 22 to 24 for Ribfest.
Canoe race on weekend
Transition Guelph is gathering people together for a little friendly competition on the local waterways on Aug. 24.
Backpack project needs help
The Backpack Project has stuffed more than 800 backpacks with school supplies for those in need and wants your help to fill another 400 more.
Tribune Photo By Laurie Snell
Little Free Library big on promoting literacy
Guelph’s newest library is slightly bigger than a mailbox, and sits on Alison Schroeder’s front lawn.
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