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Local artists facing off for fundraiser on Saturday
Local artists will not only put their work on display, they’ll put themselves on display this Saturday night in the second annual Brush Off fundraiser at Old Quebec Street in support of art therapy.
Organic Conference and Expo
Taste of spring
The University Centre at the University of Guelph was the place to go over the weekend to learn about all things organic – from organic cotton underwear to organic farming practices, seeds and foods.
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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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Winter-rific fun
Ivan Ricketts, 9, makes a break for the puck during a friendly game of hockey on the outdoor rink at Lyon Park.
Look into your future at psychic expo
Crystals, palm readings and psychic demonstrations are what the future holds at the annual Guelph Psychic Expo, Feb. 7 to 9 at the Best Western hotel.
Cast your vote and see ideas come to fruition
A collaborative project that aims to help local organizations and community members develop ideas to make Guelph a better place is ready to share some of those ideas with the public.
Hockey team effort major in save life of teammate
Nineteen recreational hockey players were honoured at a city council meeting this week for the way they responded to a potentially fatal heart attack suffered by a fellow player at a west end rink.
Eating disorders panel discussion on Feb. 5
The Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Eating Disorders Coalition will host its annual Faces of Recovery community panel discussion on eating disorders on Feb. 5 at the Best Western Royal Brock Hotel and Conference Centre.
Water Brothers at symposiym
The Water Brothers, Alex and Tyler Mifflin, stars of an eco-adventure documentary series, will give a free talk at the University of Guelph as part of the 20th annual Environmental Sciences Symposium.
Gigglefest helps three Guelph groups
hree Canadian comedians will come together to support three charitable causes in a night of laughs Feb. 1 at the Evergreen Seniors Community Centre.
Walk target within reach
The Alzheimer Society of Guelph-Wellington is well on its way to its goal of raising $50,000 after a successful fundraising walk over the weekend.
Theology on tap on Tuesday
Catholic theologian Josie Lombardi will be the featured speaker at the next in a series of local gatherings for reflection and celebration at the Albion Hotel called Theology on Tap.
Coach houses and barns on Guelph talk topic
A recently released book on the city’s historic barns will be the subject of the Guelph Historical Society’s next Evenings with History lecture, taking place Feb. 4.
Public art
Four sculptures to land in core
When artist Ted Fullerton first saw that Guelph was looking for an artist for its first public art commission, he almost didn’t apply for the job.
Action Read offers course on customer service
Action Read Community Literacy Centre has launched a training program to help younger workers get better at customer service and handling cash.
'Fracking -- What's the problem?'
The local chapter of the Council of Canadians will be taking on the issue of fracking – a controversial process for extracting natural gas from rock – at its annual general meeting on Jan. 29.
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Youth's mental health work reaps honour
A 16-year-old Guelph girl who has devoted herself to a youth initiative of the Canadian Mental Health Association is one of 12 winners of this year’s Ontario Junior Citizen of the Year Awards.
Public art downtown
Sculptor chosen for installations in downtown
This summer, Guelph’s downtown will be getting a series of new public sculptures by Canadian artist Ted Fullerton.
Stormwater funding input wanted
The city, which is looking at different ways to pay for stormwater management, will hold the first of two public open houses on the issue on Thursday Jan. 30.
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