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Today's date: Monday November 20, 2017 Vol 50 Issue 46
   
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Remembering them across Wellington

Remembering them across Wellington  
On Nov. 11 communities across Wellington County gathered to pay tribute to those who fought and died for their country.

Police looking for man who stole scotch, tequila from LCBO

Police looking for man who stole scotch, tequila from LCBO

FERGUS - Police have released a photo of a suspect they say is responsible for stealing close to $300 worth of booze from a liquor store.

Guelph, Wellington receive almost $1 million to combat opioid crisis

GUELPH - The Ontario government recently granted almost $1 million to three local organizations to combat the opioid crisis in Guelph and Wellington County. Announced on Nov. 9 at Stonehenge Therapeutic Community in Guelph, the $971,000 in funding is part of a larger $2.3-million commitment in the Waterloo-Wellington region.

New LHIN office opens in Fergus to connect with local community

New LHIN office opens in Fergus to connect with local community

FERGUS - The Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) opened a new office here on Nov. 13. As the most northern office for the organization, the Fergus location will allow staff to better serve Wellington residents, providing care closer to home for many patients, officials say.

Mapleton may proceed with water, wastewater projects

MAPLETON - The end of a long-standing development freeze in the villages of Drayton and Moorefield may be at hand.

BUZZ

Erin approves dog licensing increase and system
Celebrate First Night 2018 in Elora
New building department vehicle approved in Guelph Eramosa
Police looking for suspect after shotgun slug flies through house
Victoria Street pedestrian bridge public Information meeting, West Mill streetscape improvements and special council meeting

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EDITORIAL

Chris Daponte: Tired of trolls

Said Again:

“We’ve got to have things in place to get one beyond just managing the acute episode.”

Homewood representative Brian Furlong on regional strategy to combat opioid abuse.

November 17, 2017

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BUSINESS

Ron Cherrey recognized by OMCA

Ron Cherrey was presented with the Ontario Motorcoach Association (OMCA) Lifetime Achievement Award at the Westin Harbour Castle on Nov. 6.

Sports

Aquaflies

Brant Synchro Club, Guelph Synchronized Swimming Club and KW Synchronized Swimming Club announced the creation of the Grand River Aquaflies: three newly combined competitive teams, which are represented by provincial athletes from each of the three clubs.

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