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  1. Plant-based protein becomes more popularRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Western Producer

    A rising consumer interest in meat alternatives is being seen in Western Canada as a number of pea processing plants are under construction or already operational. Canadians are showing more interest in reducing meat consumption while increasing their purchases of plant-based proteins, according to data compiled in the latest Food Price Report from the University of Guelph and Dalhousie University .

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  2. Ditching the plastic leads to $30,000 cheque for equine researchRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Horsetalk

    Doing away with plastic membership cards has led to a Canadian equestrian organisation donating $30,000 to equine research this year. In 2017, instead of spending $1.50 per member on the production of membership cards, Ontario Equestrian directed the funds to a research topic at Equine Guelph voted on by the membership.

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  3. From Surviving to Thriving: Imagining Cambridge 2031, Part 2:...Read the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Waterloo Region Record

    ... a deep road of depression and suicidal thoughts after her fianc took his own life, Radke's aunt and uncle invited the Guelph resident to move to Cambridge four months ago to live with them. Now, feeling well enough to live on her own, she's run into ...

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  4. OHL This Week: East the beast, this season at leastRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The London Free Press

    ... East willing to take a run at them in the playoffs. There's London and then no one is quite sure if Sault Ste. Marie, Guelph and Owen Sound have enough to take them down or even want to try. There is little question this isn't a long-term thing. The ...

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  5. Have we reached peak chicken?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | MacLeans

    ... is a finicky balance of supply and demand. "It's hard for us to keep up," explains Jamie Cooney, CEO of Rowe Farms in Guelph, Ont., "and it's exponentially more difficult for the big guys." A decade ago, Rowe Farms, which operates seven retail ...

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  6. Canada's 10 worst cities for hate crimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | MacLeans

    ... Canada data supplied to Maclean's shows. Police services covering Hamilton, Peterborough, the York region and Guelph all recorded hate crime rates per 100,000 that put their cities among the top 10 highest in the country in 2017, the most recent ...

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  7. Stolen vehicle swerves, heads towards police cruiser in GuelphRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Guelph Mercury

    On Dec. 12, at approximately 1:19 a.m., Guelph police observed a stolen 2018 white GMC Sierra pickup truck with Ontario licence plate AW 14601, going south bound on Norfolk Street. The vehicle was stolen out of Fergus, said a news release.

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  8. Muhammad in Peel, Maverick in the Soo - a look at top baby names across OntarioRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Brampton Guardian

    ... spot for boys. Across Ontario, other girls' names in the top five include Nora in Kitchener, Isla in Ottawa, Aria in Guelph, Avery in London. In Windsor, Fatima sits at number four.

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  9. Guelph driver involved in two crashes few minutes apartRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Guelph Mercury

    A Guelph man faces has been arrested after being involved in two vehicle crashes a few minutes apart on Tuesday. On Dec. 11 at approximately 3:21 p.m., Guelph police were called to the intersection of Imperial Road and Speedvale Avenue in regard to a motor vehicle collision.

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  10. Guelph mayor against using Bill 66 to override public consultation, environmental protectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Guelph Mercury

    Mayor Cam Guthrie says that while Guelph may be open for business, it should not be at the expense of the city's water supply or public input. The comments come following the province's announcement of a new bill that, if it becomes law, could potentially give municipalities the power to override some provincial legislation for developments that would create more jobs.

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  11. Ardenton invests in ShaftecRead the original story

    Wednesday | PE Hub

    ... support with a longterm view on value creation. Ardenton has offices in Canada (Vancouver, Edmonton, Toronto, Guelph), the United States (Dallas, Philadelphia, Chicago) and the United Kingdom (Manchester, London). For more information, please visit ...

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  12. 40 organizations ask Catherine McKenna to keep 'stringent' pollution standards for automakersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | CBC News

    A group of 40 organizations, including a General Motors car dealership in Guelph, says Canada needs to keep tough vehicle pollution standards and move towards a zero-emission vehicle strategy. More than 40 organizations, including a car dealership in Guelph, Ont., are asking Catherine McKenna to keep 'stringent' pollution standards for automakers.

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  13. Waterloo's Nathan Schnarr says signing with Arizona Coyotes is...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 11 | The Waterloo Region Record

    ... feeling. The centre, who stands at six-foot-three and weighs 190 pounds, is enjoying a standout season for the Guelph Storm of the Ontario Hockey League, leading the team in scoring with 40 points in 26 games. Schnarr says the feeling of signing his ...

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  14. Sarnia-born Chief Justice subject of biographyRead the original story

    Tuesday | Sarnia This Week

    ... frowned-upon career field of playing piano at silent movie houses. He becomes a lawyer, then a Crown Prosecutor in Guelph, before being named a High Court Justice of Ontario in 1932. In 1935, the man reaches the pinnacle of his profession by being ...

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  15. Princess Sofia of Sweden wears same dress as Nobel Prize winnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Daily Mail

    She's one of the most stylish royals around, but it seems Princess Sofia of Sweden has finally met her match in a glamorous Nobel Laureate. The perennially chic princess, 34, wore an almost identical outfit to physics prize winner Donna Strickland, 59, from Guelph, Canada at last night's state banquet at Stockholm's City Hall.

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  16. Storm Watch: Merkley models his game after a Pittsburgh PenguinRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 11 | Fear The Fin

    ... remember it, kind of just blacked out. You're so fired up. You're body goes numb. It's an unreal feeling. As for Guelph's weekend that was on the ice, the Storm went 0-1-0-1 on a Northern Ontario road trip, losing 4-3 to the Greyhounds in Sault Ste. ...

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  17. Guelph police investigate stabbing, calling it a 'targeted attack':A...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 11 | The Guelph Mercury

    A young Guelph man remains in hospital after what police are calling a "targeted attack" in the city's west end. On Monday at 3 a.m., Guelph police went to Whitelaw Road in response to a call about a 24-year-old man who was found with serious stab wounds.

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  18. Canada's Donna Strickland, UWaterloo prof, collects Nobel Prize for PhysicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | 680News

    ... short-pulse, high-intensity lasers and became the crucial component to corrective eye surgery. The 59-year-old from Guelph, Ont., made the discovery in the 1980s, while completing her PhD at the University of Rochester in New York, and shares half ...

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  19. Stafford says Rafferty transferred to medium-security prisonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | Woodstock Sentinel Review

    ... was driving the car and the couple took Tori to the wooded area of a farmer's field near Mount Forest north of Guelph, where the girl was raped and beaten to death with a hammer, her body hidden in garbage bags. McClintic pleaded guilty to ...

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  20. Guelph council hears pitch for new south end townhouse developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | The Guelph Mercury

    ... said traffic studies do take into account projected population growth in the area. Gordon Street was marked as one of Guelph's intensification corridors in the province's growth targets, and thus it has seen a number of residential development ...

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