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Maribeth Murray, director of the Arctic Institute of North America at the University of Calgary, is shown in a handout photo. Murray is taking a trip...
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Old sailing logbooks examined for climate clues

Researcher examines old logbooks for climate clues

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Guelph children’s book author wins national literary prize

The Canadian Children’s Book Centre announced the winners of its seven English-language children’s book awards last week, and...

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Guelph artist wins national prize

Patrick Cruz, a graduate student in the University of Guelph’s art program, was named the national winner of the 17th Annual...

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Special Olympics seeks volunteers

Anyone looking to get involved in the Special Olympics 2016 Games that Guelph is hosting this spring can now sign up to...

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Plowing match

A rainy day for the Niagara South Plowing Match

Autumn doesn’t just mean the leaves are changing colours and falling to the ground. Fall means plowing match time. The...

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Townhall set to discuss privatization of Hydro One

A public meeting to discuss the province’s decision to privatize Hydro One is taking place next Wednesday.

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St Thomas equipment drive

Waterdown students help kids get in the game

Once again this year, Grade 3-4 students at St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Elementary School collected a sizeable amount of...

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Carr praises Alberta carbon reduction

Federal energy minister meets with oil industry officials in Calgary

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