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1 hr ago | The Hill Times

Elections commissioner ends robocalls investigation, but opposition...

A report from a three-year Elections Canada investigation that found insufficient evidence of widespread attempts to mislead voters with fraudulent telephone calls in the 2011 federal election nonetheless supports calls to beef up the federal election commissioner's investigative powers, opposition MPs say.

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5 hrs ago | MacLeans

5 at 5: Ukraine moves in on separatists, despite Russian warnings

Ukraine moves in on pro-Russian separatists . Tensions continue in eastern Ukraine, where Ukrainian forces moved in on Russian separatists in the city of Sloviansk Thursday.

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Related Topix: Vladimir Putin, Canada,

9 hrs ago | The St Paul Journal

Elections commissioner halts robocalls probe, says no evidence for charges

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13 hrs ago | The Wellington Advertiser

Daffodil Luncheon held in Clifford

The ladies of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League from the St. John's Lutheran Church in Clifford teamed up with Laverne and Gloria Stinson of the Harriston Branch of the Wellington County unit on April 9 to present the annual Daffodil Luncheon in support of the Canadian Cancer Society.

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14 hrs ago | Canada.com

Elections Commissioner says there are insufficient grounds for charges on robocalls

The Commissioner of Canada Elections, Yves Cote, has concluded after an investigation into robocalls during the last federal election that there are insufficient grounds to believe an offence was committed and that charges should be laid.

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14 hrs ago | CBC News

Robocalls made across Canada in 2011 won't bring charges

An investigation into misleading and nuisance robocalls made to voters across Canada didn't find an intention to prevent them from casting ballots, so no one will be charged, Elections Canada said today.

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17 hrs ago | Erie Times News

Otters tickets on sale today for Game 6

The Erie Otters begin selling tickets for Game 6 of the OHL's Western Conference finals against Guelph today at 10 a.m. The game will be played Saturday at 7 p.m. at Erie Insurance Arena if the Otters win Game 5 Friday at Sleeman Centre in Guelph, Ontario.

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22 hrs ago | The Wellington Advertiser

Living wage options explored at meeting hosted by anti-poverty task force

The Guelph and Wellington Task Force for Poverty Elimination held its second community conversation on the "living wage" at the Ontario Early Years Centre in Stone Road Mall on April 16. The event examined housing-related costs within the living wage calculation and the very real impact these costs have on peoples' lives .

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Wed Apr 23, 2014

The Fountain Pen

OPP Charge Speeder On Highway 6 - April 23, 2014

On April 21, 2014 at approximately 12:14 a.m., a Wellington County Ontario Provincial Police officer was watching northbound traffic on Highway 6, near Stone Road, Guelph.

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The Wellington Advertiser

Volunteers come out to clean up off-leash dog park in Fergus

Approximately 25 dog owners came out April 12 to give the local off-leash park and adjacent private property a good spring cleaning.

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Market Wire

Guelph & Area Walk for Muscular Dystrophy

On Saturday, April 26th Guelph & Area will be coming together to make muscles move in an effort to fight against muscular dystrophy.

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Spin

Constantines' Revered, Intense 'Shine a Light' Gets Vinyl Reissue

Constantines are marking the 10th anniversary of their most influential album on its 11th anniversary.

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Globe and Mail

Academics call on Tories to drop Fair Elections Act

Democratic Reform Minister Pierre Poilievre defended the Fair Elections Act Tuesday evening as a 'common sense bill.'

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Related Topix: North America, Canada, World News, Stephen Harper,

Guelph Tribune

Sunshine list poor means of comparison

I'm emailing in response to the article wherein the Canadian Taxpayers Federation's Ontario director, Candice Malcolm, grades the City of Guelph based on the growth in the number of employees on the annual sunshine list .

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Related Topix: Canada, Opinion

Tue Apr 22, 2014

Switched

Canadian Strip Club Doubles As Church

A gentleman's club in Guelph, Ontario, is holding church services right on the stage next to the stripper pole.

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Seaway News

Kemptville College gets one-year reprieve

Students already enrolled in the campus's associate diploma programs in agriculture, equine care, and food science will be able to complete their programs in Kemptville for 2014-15.

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The Fountain Pen

Guelph Police Reports - April 22, 2014

On April 20, 2014, the Guelph Police were monitoring speeds of motor vehicles with a stationary radar device on Watson Parkway North due to residents in the area complaining of vehicles travelling at excessive speeds.

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BlogTO

The top 10 music festivals in Ontario for 2014

The top music festivals in Ontario for 2014 will take you all around the province.

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The Ontarion Newspaper

Theatre Prof Judith Thompson Acting in Play She Wrote

It's been about 35 years since she last appeared on stage, but noted Canadian playwright Judith Thompson will perform this spring in a new one-woman play written by herself.

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Related Topix: North America, Canada, Suicide,

Mon Apr 21, 2014

The Fountain Pen

Watermain Clening To Start April 21, 2014

Guelph, ON, Guelph Water Services will begin the spring phase of its Watermain Cleaning Program on Monday night.

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