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Police

Two vehicles destroyed by fire at Guelph business

Two vehicles parked in a towing company's locked compound on Lewis Road in Guelph were deliberately...

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Police

Quebec man charged with human trafficking in Guelph

Guelph Police have charged a 33-year-old Quebec man with a series of offences related to a human...

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Police

Two Guelph men arrested in separate road rage incidents

An 18-year-old Guelph man is facing a number of charges related to a road rage incident that began...

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Police

Teen arrested for bringing concealed weapons to school

A 16-year-old Guelph boy is facing a weapons charges after he brought a collapsible baton and knife...

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Education

Kortright Hills school creates warm clothes for those in need

Students from Kortright Hills school are working to help local people stay warm this winter....

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Education

Public board plans public meeting on French Immersion changes

The Upper Grand District School Board plans to hold a public meeting in Guelph on March 30 related...

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City Hall

Guelph boutique hotel granted city parking after successful pilot project

A deal to allow guests at a new boutique hotel in downtown Guelph to use a city parkade won praise...

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News

City of Guelph developing new digital tools

City hall wants to know what digital services will make people’s lives easier or their businesses...

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Compassion

Danby Group CEO Jim Estill talks to students at William C. Winegard school during an assembly last Friday about the hardships faced by Syrian families fleeing their war-ravaged homeland and his pledge to donate up to $1.5 million to help support 50 Syrian refugee families to settle in Guelph.

Coyote

The City of Guelph could create regulations in its new Animal Control Bylaw to deter residents from feeding wild animals like deer and coyotes.

Stroke

Stroke myth #1: you are not too young to have a stroke.

Storming the net

The Guelph Storm’s Givani Smith, left, battles for the puck against the Saginaw Spirit on Friday night at the Sleeman Centre. The Storm won the game 4-3 in a shootout before losing to Owen Sound 6-2 the next night on the road.

Love and support

Pam Cummings (right) with daughter Sandra (left), who has been diagnosed with Kawasaki disease, and son Daniel.

Kithio Mwanzia

Guelph Chamber of Commerce president Kithio Mwanzia said consideration of a special levy is premature without city hall first rationalizing city services and completing an asset management plan.

Rising costs

Canadian households that spend an average of $8,631 on food per year (about $2,416 on restaurants), could spend up to $345 more in 2016, according to the University of Guelph's annual Food Price Report.

News From Beyond Guelph

Canada

Sasquatchewan gets attention of Fox Sports

Saskatchewan -- or is it Saskquatchewan? -- gets the attention of Fox Sports

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Business

Sun Life beats 4Q profit forecasts

Sun Life posts 4Q profit of $419.6 million, result tops expectations

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Business

Kinross Gold reports 4Q loss

Kinross Gold reports fourth-quarter loss, misses expectations

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Business

Agnico reports 4Q loss

Agnico Eagle Mines reports fourth-quarter loss but tops expectations

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Business

Auto czar calls for federal investment changes

Auto czar calls on federal government to change automotive innovation fund

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Business

OSFI takes control of Maple Bank branch

Federal regulator takes temporary control of Maple Bank's Canadian branch

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Canada

Feds tout 20 municipal green grants, loans

Federal environment minister announces 20 municipal green grants, loans

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Canada

Dealing with sex assault can be long process

Expert say socialization can affect how women deal with sexual assault

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Lumsden leaving Gryphons for big Brock gig

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The University of Gueph men’s basketball Gryphons hit triple digits on the scoreboard Saturday on...

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Letters

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Guelph can be the example for others

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Wellington County source water at stake

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