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City and county sign on to initiative that aims to house the homeless

Guelph and Wellington County have joined 28 other communities across Canada on an initiative aimed...

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Police and Fire

Man exposed to chemicals in workplace accident

A man was taken to hospital with serious injuries after an accident at a business west of Guelph on...

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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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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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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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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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PEVS Protects

Sporting a hockey jersey with the PEVS Protects logo, Mayor Cam Guthrie poses with former NHLer Rich Peverley next to an automated external defibrillator in city hall during the PEVS Protects launch on Friday. Peverley, who suffered a cardiac incident during an NHL game, started the initiative to raise funds to place AEDs in more locations around the community and train people to use the life-saving devices.

11.22.63

This Guelph location was turned into a post-apocalyptic wasteland last September for filming of the sci-fi miniseries 11.22.63, starring James Franco. Based on the novel by Stephen King, the series is set to begin airing on Hulu Feb. 15.

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.

Old family photo

Pay your parents or siblings a visit to revisit old family albums...and maybe recreate one of your favourite childhood photos!

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.

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.

News From Beyond Guelph

Canada

Human rights in play over tournament exclusion

Player considers human rights complaint after exclusion from basketball tourney

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World

Diplomats agree to Syria cease-fire in a week

Diplomats agree to Syria cease-fire in a week

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Ontario

2 dead, 1 injured in Almonte shooting

1 dead in incident in Almonte, Ont.; 2 others have serious injuries

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Business

CI Financial announces CEO change

CI Financial CEO MacPhail stepping down; Aston Hill's interim CEO taking over

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Canada

Blood, bullet casing found in Bosma truck

Cell phone expert continues testimony at Tim Bosma murder trial in Hamilton

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Canada

NDP riding associations back Leap Manifesto

NDP riding associations back Leap Manifesto ahead of party convention

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Events in Guelph

Noon Hour at Three Willows

Thu Feb 11 | 11:00 AM

Park'n Dance Class

Thu Feb 11 | 1:30 PM

Upcoming Events

Thu Feb 11 | 9:00 PM

Stampede Ranch

Fri Feb 12 | 7:00 PM

Trinity United Church...

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ArtsEntertainment

Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony announces upcoming season the final for its music director

— As Edwin Outwater winds down his 10-year tenure as music director with the Kitchener-Waterloo...

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Ringette tournament colouring local rinks this weekend

The Guelph Ringette Association is hosting its annual ringette tournament this coming long weekend....

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Curling

Provincial university curling championships at Guelph Curling Club

A total of 31 teams are vying for Ontario University Athletics curling championships at the Guelph...

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Men's hockey Gryphons win and lose on weekend

The University of Guelph men’s hockey Gryphons had a regulation time win and an overtime loss in a...

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Women's hockey Gryphons win 'Fight for Kevin' game

The University of Guelph Gryphons women’s hockey team won for the eighth straight time on Sunday,...

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