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Pollination Guelph symposium on April 5
Pollination Guelph is buzzing about its annual Pollination Symposium, taking place this year on Saturday April 5 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Trinity United Church.
Festival grants
Festivals score nearly $224,000
A trio of Guelph festivals and two in the county are getting a total of almost $224,000 from the province’s Celebrate Ontario program for 2014.
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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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Live Free Day totals shy of $45,000 target
Though Live Free Day was officially the last day of February, the campaign’s not over.
Workshops help grieving families
Hospice Wellington is inviting families to take part in an interactive workshop series on connecting, listening and learning about illness and death in a family.
It's that BugFeast time of year
The Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory is hosting its annual BugFeast this March break, promoting the idea that eating bugs could help save the planet.
Student wins visual arts award
John F. Ross high school student Phoebe Thompson has received top honours from the union representing secondary school teachers.
Baccalaureate program at GCVI rolls out this fall
One hundred and twenty students will enter an internationally recognized academic program that starts at Guelph Collegiate in the fall of 2014, the Upper Grand District School Board says.
Screenwriting award
Guelph native Ramona Barckert Barckert won a Canadian Screen Award on March 5 for “Best Writing in a Children’s or Youth Program or Series.”
Dance Market seeks area talent
Guelph Dance is inviting local health, movement and dance practitioners to apply by April 1 to be part of the second annual Dance Market on the morning of Saturday May 31.
Thomas King tops literary field
Guelph’s Thomas King has won a top Canadian prize for literary non-fiction for a book that paints an alternative picture of Canada’s history with its native people.
Riding association hosts dinner event
The Guelph Riding Association of the Conservative Party of Canada hosts its annual Sir John A. Macdonald dinner on Friday March 21 at the Wellington County Museum and Archives.
Talk on how to save those old windows
People who own older houses with old wooden windows may be interested in an upcoming public talk offered by the local branch of the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario.
Speaker looks at young learning habits
Family Relations and Applied Nutrition assistant professor Jess Haines will be the next speaker in the University of Guelph’s United Nations International Year of the Family Speaker Series.
College Royal
U of G students put out College Royal welcome mat
College Royal, which describes itself as North America’s largest student-run university open house, is expected to draw 30,000 people to the University of Guelph this weekend.
Ontario Junir Citizen of the Year
‘Amazing day’ for Junior Citizen of Year
Sarah Jones had plenty of support when she went to Toronto last week to be honoured at the 32nd annual Ontario Junior Citizens of the Year Awards ceremony.
Pickle ball
All the rage
Bob Langham hits the wiffle ball during pickleball play last week at the West End Community Centre.
Premier visits Guelph
Premier talks empowering women
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne addresses a room of mostly women at a roundtable discussion on women’s economic empowerment at the Holiday Inn in Guelph.
Fabric wanted for GoGo Grandmothers fundraiser
The Guelph GoGo Grandmothers want to get their hands on your unused fabric and yarn for their fundraising sale.
 
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