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Yesterday | The Fountain Pen
Guelph, ON, March 7, 2014 Guelph will once again celebrate Canada Water Week with a variety of events and activities sure to please all ages.
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Yesterday | The Fountain Pen
On March 7, 2014 at 1:11 a.m., the Guelph Police conducted a traffic stop with a vehicle on Research Lane.
Friday | ChartAttack
Canadian music fans collectively blew off confetti cannons and threw their arms in the air in a resounding "Fuck yeah!" when this past February, Guelph, Ontario's beloved Springsteen-punks the Constantines announced that they'd be reforming to play shows in run-up to the reissue of their Sub Pop debut Shine A Light for its 11th anniversary.
Friday | CNews
Four Ontario men face charges after police in Guelph, Ont., broke up was appears to be a province-wide child porn ring.
Friday | Canada.com
UBC Sauder school of Business graffiti: Long before controversial frosh-week chants seeming to endorse non-consensual sex surfaced this past week at the University of British Columbia and St. Mary's University in Halifax, post-secondary institutions across Canada were wrestling with what many student leaders and educators say is a pervasive "rape ... (more)
If you've never watched Epic Meal Time , an online cooking show produced out of Montreal, each episode follows the elaborate construction of extremely high calorie bacon-infused meals, always involving large chunks of meat, especially bacon, and anything else that will help drive up the fat and calorie count.
Guelph, ON, March 3, 2014 A new online service request portal is now available on guelph.ca, making it quick and easy for residents to report fallen tree branches, potholes and potential bylaw infractions, and make requests for overnight parking exemptions, tree replacement, and a number of other City services.
Families can busy themselves all day in Downtown Guelph during March Break. There's skating at the Market Square rink, interactive exhibits and special events at the Civic Museum, $5 movie matinees at The Bookshelf, and a family dance party at the Ebar.
"When there is an act of intolerance in our community, we are quick to speak out," said Mayor Karen Farbridge.
The group's online survey asks people whether they support a community centre use of the farmhouse and what sort of programs and services they'd like it to offer.
On March 4, 2014, the Guelph Police Service Drug Enforcement Unit entered into a cocaine trafficking investigation near the downtown area of the city.
Sarah Boston, D.V.M., D.V.Sc., waited four weeks for pathology test results to confirm that she had thyroid cancer.
A former Saultite now residing in Guelph, Ontario will make her network television debut this evening.
Each month in the run-up to the municipal election on October 27, Torontoist will profile one of the 64 people who served as Mayor of Toronto-people who shaped the city, displayed colourful personalities, or managed to do both.
The government forced an inevitable end Tuesday to a lone NDP MP's committee filibuster over contentious new election legislation, paving the way for long-awaited testimony on the government bill from Canada's Chief Electoral Officer Marc Mayrand.