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By Doug Hallett Guelph Tribune A Guelph man who says he didn't get mail at his community mailbox for a couple of weeks late last summer after it was invaded by buzzing insects has finally received a response to his complaint to Canada Post's ombudsman.
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23 hrs ago | Guelph Tribune
Local commuters who ride the GO train won't get to head home early on Christmas Eve.
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No final cost for the project has been announced, but the consortium believes that installing a second track for two-way service along the Kitchener Line would cost $396 million.
Where mental health is concerned there is still an overwhelming discrimination attached that makes it uncomfortable to talk about.
Guelph Police Traffic Investigators are looking into the circumstances surrounding a five vehicle collision on Gordon Street that occurred Friday December 13, 2013.
The new funding will reinforce U of G's reputation as a leader in education innovation and reform, said Maureen Mancuso, provost and vice-president .
On December 11, 2013 at approximately 1:20 a.m., officers from the Wellington County Ontario Provincial Police were driving along Clair Road, near Gordon Street, Guelph and conducted a traffic stop.
It was a tough week for my wife and I as we had to say goodbye to one of our cats and then ship another off for surgery to remove a brain tumor.
Guelph, Canada December 13, 2013 Seasoned financial advisor Rolf Eliason draws upon his wealth of experience to publish his new personal finance book, titled "The Lake of Two Rivers."
About 20 dancers will be on stage when Dancetheatre David Earle presents the main local production of its current season, a dance piece that's a modern-day fable, on Dec. 14 and 15. The Shepherd's Tale, which sold out six studio shows when it debuted locally in 2012, returns this year as a larger production incorporating a cast of youth, apprentice ... (more)
Ward 4 councillor Cam Guthrie will hold a town hall meeting Tuesday at the West End Community Centre.
It's been years in the planning, but mental health services for the Wellington County area will be joined under one roof with a new $10-million, three-storey head office building here.
Pictured in the photo that adorns the cover of the Sound Guelph book are, left to right: Adrian Stickland, Nancy Dickinson, John Dowling, Karen Cowan, Rob Black, John Morrison, Laura Ward, Steve Mitchell and Cosmo the Cat.