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Watch your back!
Ben Muralies, right, runs up a hill in front of Ben Sayles, who is dressed up as the Ghostface character from the Scream movies.
Yard waste pickup begins next week
What could be the city’s last round of fall yard waste collection begins next week.
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Thursday, October, 23, 2014 - 5:05:48 PM
Two wrongs don't make a right "[The ad, while in very poor taste, appears to be within legal bounds. ] Really? [[There is no requirement that the sponsorship of an ad be revealed as part of the ad.] There certainly is, and under two Ontario Acts. Here’s from the Ontario M"
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Tuesday, October, 21, 2014 - 2:02:47 PM
Attack ad enflames mayoral debate "I was really surprised to see Farbridge take out that dirty attack ad. She has always taken the high road and I wonder if desperation has set in. I also heard she fired her campaign manager. As a former Farbridge supporter I can't vote for someone th"
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Monday, October, 20, 2014 - 1:01:19 AM
Mayor didn't answer condo call "Gary - Who are the so called experts that you claim to quote? You moved into a condo and didn't like the cost and now blame the city? Funny that Guthrie's platform is taxation and how he will magically make it fair. BTW - you live in a city where a"
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Pumpkin promenade Saturday
Once again, Halloween jack-o-lanterns will be given one last chance to shine when the Two Rivers Neighbourhood Group hosts its annual Post-Halloween Pumpkin Promenade in Lyon Park.
Hikers here for summit
The annual Hike Ontario Summit, a conference for people interested in hiking and hiking trails, will take place in Guelph this fall, marking the 40th anniversary of Hike Ontario.
Pumpkin heads help UNICEF
Local celebrities, community organizations and school kids put their pumpkin carving and decorating skills to work to raise more than $1,350 for UNICEF in this year’s UNICEF Pumpkin Contest.
Show helps HOPE House
More than 40 local mother-owned businesses will be featured in the Christmas edition of the Guelph Mompreneurs Everyday Living Show coming up on Nov. 8.
Arts council nears moving to new home
A project led by the Guelph Arts Council to create a multi-use arts space not far from the Guelph Farmers’ Market is a step closer to happening after it got rezoning approval this month.
Senior skating starts Saturday
A group of local seniors will once again be lacing up their skates on Nov. 1 and inviting the community to join them to kick off another season of adult/senior skating at the Exhibition Park Arena.
Bearing fruit
Arboretum horticulturalist Sean Fox shows off some of the seeds he was able to harvest from the tree-tops thanks to a boom lift loaned to the facility by Skyjack.
Help wanted shoring up city’s river systems
The Ontario Public Interest Research Group in Guelph and the local River Systems Advisory Committee are looking for volunteers to help them plant trees and shrubs in York Road Park on Sunday.
Celebrate the World Next Door
Immigrant Services Guelph Wellington and the Exhibition Park Neighbourhood Group are partnering to host an event meant to promote intercultural awareness in the community.
GCVI seeks help finishing project
Guelph Collegiate is seeking financial help from alumni and the public to get a 1,500-pound wrought-iron archway mounted this fall on top of limestone pillars that have been installed on the school’s grounds.
It’s a first Gift of Gratitude
Though he’s not the first person to be grateful for the work of the caregivers at Guelph General Hospital, local high school teacher Jeff Warner is officially the first patient to offer up a “gift of gratitude.”
Eden Mills’ turn for book sale
The seventh annual Eden Mills Book Sale Plus fundraiser is set to take place on Saturday Oct. 25 at the Eden Mills Community Hall.
Guelph author in running for top prize
Local children’s author Kira Vermond is in the running for the 2015 Red Maple Non-Fiction Award, part of the Ontario Library Association’s Forest of Reading program.
Lourdes honours Dallaire
Our Lady of Lourdes high school will hand out two Lourdes National Leadership Awards during this school year to well-known figures from Canada’s armed forces and national police force.
Free wills help out area charities
Lawyers in Guelph will be writing up wills for free this October in an effort to support charity in a unique fundraising event.
Banners highlight downtown’s diversity
The Downtown Guelph Business Association is highlighting its shops, restaurants and services with a new series of banners on display on Gordon Street.
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