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Priject Serve
Students serving agency needs
These four young men – from left, Philip Wu, Andrew Kegel, Justin Rother and Graeme Puskas – were among several University of Guelph students who spent three hours Saturday afternoon working at the Guelph Food Bank as part of the university’s annual Project Serve
A paddling we go
Kate Savage’s dress is dusted with wood shavings as she works to further refine the paddle she will use on her upcoming canoe trip with the Trillium Waldorf School.
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Tuesday, September, 16, 2014 - 11:11:14 AM
Election negativity troubling "I thank John Buttars for his thoughtful contribution to the discussion around Guelph's civic election. Respectfully, I would not describe Cam Guthrie's campaign as one of negativity. Instead I think any negativity Mr. Buttars is perceiving from can"
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Kovach exits with last call "I wish to offer a large and very sincere THANK YOU to Coun. Gloria Kovach for her many years of service to the citizens of Guelph. As a long-time follower of council I did not always agree with Coun. Kovach's stand on every issue, but I always respe"
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Farbridge lashes out at naysayers – Guthrie included "I've carefully reviewed Cam Guthrie's campaign materials and his plan for a Better Guelph, and I have also questioned him at length, and I don't see any reference to "cutting our way to a better city". Nor would I characterize Guthrie as one who is"
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Saturday jamboree an ode to fresh water
This Saturday will mark the seventh year for the Fresh Water Jamboree Festival, an annual one-day music festival aimed at raising awareness about fresh water in Wellington County, in Ontario and across Canada.
Arboretum plant sale goes Saturday
The annual Arboretum Auxiliary Plant Sale is back Sept. 13 at the U of G’s R.J. Hilton Centre.
GiveBackVillage initiative merges with Kitchener group
Local non-profit social enterprise is getting set to merge its online shopping portal under the banner in October, and it is holding an upcoming event to notify people about the change.
Talk on Bitcoin currency
Transition Guelph is hosting ‘An Introduction to Bitcoin: A platform for sustainable economics’ on Sept. 17 to discuss the emerging digital currency.
Spirit Walk
Meet the man behind this factory
Residents will get the chance Saturday to meet the man behind the above Bell Organ and Piano Company that was located on the northwest corner of Carden and Wyndham streets.
Event at Evergreen evaluates your treasures
Area residents are getting a chance to learn the approximate value of their treasures at an event in town next Wednesday.
School mural
School spirit
Rachelle Wayne, a Grade 10 student at Bishop Macdonell high school, spent part of her summer designing and painting this spiritual mural on the office wall at her former elementary school
Pull up a pew, er, bar stool
“Why some of the best theology is done in pubs” is the topic of the night at a legendary local watering hole on Tuesday Sept. 16.
Jazz Vespers on Sunday at Trinity United
People can worship in a different way at Trinity United Church this Sunday.
Never too early to plan the Santa Claus parade
Organizers of the 2014 Guelph Community Santa Parade are inviting local business and community groups to be part of the big bash and to help entertain the thousands who will be on hand watching.
U of G students descend to help Guelph groups
Hundreds of University of Guelph students will be volunteering within the local community on Saturday Sept. 13 during the 16th annual Project Serve Guelph event.
Smiling Blue Skies Walk
Top dogs
Doggies and their two-legged friends walk along York Road Park during the first annual Smiling Blue Skies Walk to End Canine Cancer event on Saturday morning.
Suicide bereavement support group meets
Hospice Wellington is hosting an eight-week suicide bereavement support group for adults beginning Sept. 18.
Library sale shifts incorreclty reported
In a Sept. 2 item about the Friends of Guelph Public Library Giant Book Sale, it said volunteer shifts are six hours.
Tribune Photo By Ned Bekavac
Jazzin' it up
Members of the Sun Ra Arkestra play some music and parade through Market Square during the Guelph Jazz Festival on Saturday afternoon.
Up to five a day marry at city hall
Marilyn Hoffman loves her job. Officially, she’s administrative assistant to the city clerk, but she has another title as well. As marriage officiant, in any given week Hoffman may preside over as many as five wedding ceremonies.
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