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Council Approves Water Supply Master Plan Changes
City Council has decided to unanimously approved changes the 2007 Water Supply Master Plan
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OPP Charge Impaired Driver - July 31, 2014
A West Grey Township man is charged with Over 80 mgs on wellington Street, near Highway 6
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Centre Wellington OPP Reports - July 31, 2014
Many drivers charged under Liquor Licence Act, impaired driver charged, fatal vehicle collision, and driver charged with possession
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Guelph Police Reports - July 30, 2014
Two man arrested for assault, cyclist struck, impaired driver arrested, theft from vehicles, two break and enters
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Termites Discovered Near John Galt Park Area
The City of Guelph has found evidence of termites on five properties near downtown, near John Galt Park
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Born To Trouble, Take Four: A Gospel Trailer
The fourth and last instalment, A Gospel Trailer, of the Born To Trouble - Four Looks at the Book of Job
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City and ATU To Resume Negotiations This Week
In a joint press release, the City of Guelph administration and ATU Local 1189 agree to meet this week
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Health Canada and Sears Canada announced a product safety recall for the Nevada Moccasins for infants and children
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City is set to begin the re-design the Downtown Square during the reconstruction of Wyndham, Quebec and Baker Streets
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Starting today, Speedvale Avenue will be closed between Elmira Road and Wellington Road 32
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Feature Events
August 01, 2014 - Tea and Tales at the Enabling Garden
will be held Every Friday this summer from 10:30-11:30am at the Guelph Enabling Gardens, 709 Woolwich Street, south end of Riverside Park. For more info contact Sandy Schoen, 519-767-0017. All are welcome to attend this free event.

August 06, 2014 - Arboretum Walk: Science & Research
Time to learn about some discoveries made by scientists in The Arboretum, as well as their many ongoing projects. Cost is $2, children under 5 free. 7:00-8:30pm, starting at the Arboretum's J.C. Taylor Nature Centre.

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