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Guelph Horticultural Society thinks spring
The soil is frozen through and will likely remain that way for a while, but this doesn’t mean it’s too early to prepare for the gardening season.
Alzheimer walk on Sunday
Guelph will take part in the province-wide Alzheimer Society Walk for Memories on Jan. 25 to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s disease care, support and education.

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Monday, August, 31, 2015 - 5:05:54 PM
High-ranked bureaucrat leaving Guelph for the Soo "Bad management starts at the top. Mr. Guthrie might be the first to look at for a reason."
Comment by Tim Allman
Friday, August, 28, 2015 - 12:12:13 AM
High-ranked bureaucrat leaving Guelph for the Soo "There's something going on at city hall again - why are senior bureaucrats leaving either out the front or back doors? What happened to Bruce Poole?? As a long serving CBO for the City, why is he shown the back door without any explanation??? Seems q"
Comment by paul smith
Tuesday, August, 25, 2015 - 8:08:08 PM
Townhouses now proposed instead of condo "Please excuse autocorrect... above should be CANNOT be trusted"
Comment by greatday
Pit bull rehabilitator back from second go
At this time in 2013, Jason Shute had just returned home to Guelph from a six-week trip to the Philippines.
Guelph Civic Museums
Museum hosts weekly tours
The Guelph Civic Museum doesn’t just open its doors for people to roam – it also conducts weekly tours of different parts of its permanent exhibitions.
Robbie Burns Day at museum
The Guelph Civic Museum will celebrate Robbie Burns with traditional Scottish foods, storytelling, music and dancing on his birthday, Jan. 25.
Abuse survivor reaches out
Three-quarters of proceeds from Alone Together, a book about overcoming abuse, will be donated to Women in Crisis and Hope House.
Waldorf opens its doors
Families have a chance to learn about Waldorf education at the Trillium Waldorf School open house Jan. 31
Catholic students help Third World
One hundred senior students from three Catholic high schools in Guelph are travelling to Peru and Nicaragua in January and February on a charitable mission to help orphaned and abandoned children.
And the award recipients are . . .
The Guelph Arts Council has announced that its 2014 Youth Opportunities Award will be shared among three applicants who will offer various opportunities for children and youth in Guelph-Wellington County to become engaged in the arts.
Organic conference coming up
Organic experts from across Canada and the United States will speak to hundreds of attendees at the 34th Guelph Organic Conference from Jan. 29 to Feb. 1.
Women Who Care make donation
It’s the pregnant and parenting young women staying at Michael House who will benefit from the latest 100 Women Who Care meeting.
Not chopped liver for Guelph chef
Becky Hood of Guelph will be competing on the Food Network’s Chopped Canada program on Jan. 24.
Walk helps homeless, hurting
A winter walk will raise awareness and funds for the hungry, homeless and hurting in Guelph.
Grants help groups green up area
Groups looking for a way to get started on conservation or naturalization projects can now apply for grants from the Grand River Conservation Authority.
Guelph firm ships strawbale portables to the United States
A Guelph-based company says it is setting an international first by exporting school portables made from strawbale walls, which will be used by a Native tribe in northern California.
Snow tires
College Heights high school
Dogone good project
Grade 12 student Ty Miller is building a shelter for dogs living in Aboriginal communities near James Bay.
Full steam ahead for Project Neutral
Guelph’s Project Neutral is helping 100 households track and ideally cut back their carbon footprint this winter.
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