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COBOURG -- A driver hit Metro store on Elgin Street on Sunday afternoon. No serious injuries were reported. April 19, 2015
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Driver smashes into Cobourg store

Karen Longwell

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Nearly 200 people gather in downtown Guelph to oppose Bill C-51

It wasn’t out of fear of terrorism that motivated nearly 200 people to gather in front of old city hall on Saturday...

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Kristina Kingsley

Little Rangers fan was ‘bubbly, outgoing’

Kristina died Thursday morning at Grand River Hospital

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Survivor: Smugglers locked hundreds in hold of capsized boat

Europe shocked as smuggler's boat sinks off Libya; survivor says hundreds were locked below

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Parents, teachers discuss problems with elementary school math

About 20 parents and teachers sat in a Bluevale Collegiate Institute classroom on Saturday morning wearing name tags and...

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EARTH DAY TREE PLANTING

Nature numbers: 400 people, 1,000 trees

More than 400 people planted 1,000 trees in Churchill Park, enjoying beautiful weather on Saturday morning.

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Elderly man killed in Middlesex Centre crash

Elderly man killed in Middlesex Centre crash

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FOOD TRUCKS IN PARKS

Food trucks not too hungry for spots in city parks

City staff is recommending a small expansion to a pilot project giving food trucks access to certain city parks.

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