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Today's date: Sunday February 19, 2017 Vol 50 Issue 07
   
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WWLHIN creating patient experience program

WATERLOO - The Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network (WWLHIN) will create a new patient experience program for the organization.

GYMC presents annual free Medieval Festival for Family Day - sponsored by TD

GUELPH - The Guelph Youth Music Centre will be holding a Medieval Festival, KnightsFest on Feb. 20 from 10am to 3pm. It’s a family fun event with lots of activities for everyone to enjoy.

Wellington Catholic school busses go wireless

GUELPH - The definition of homework is taking on a new meaning for some bussed students at St. James Catholic High School with the launch of a pilot project that will equip several buses with wireless internet.

ROI to launch soil-focused leadership course next month

GUELPH - The Rural Ontario Institute (ROI) is launching the Ontario Soil Network, a unique soil-focused leadership course that is being piloted in southwestern Ontario in 2017.

OMAFRA Report

A weekly report prepared by the staff of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA). For more information, call the Elora Resource Centre at 519-846-0941. Office hours: 8:30am to 4:30pm. For technical information, call the Agricultural Information Contact Centre at 1-877-424-1300 or visit ontario.ca/omafra.

High school students take on college apprenticeship program

GUELPH - Two Wellington County students will be joining an elite group beginning post secondary education before they’ve even graduated high school.

Guelph Synchronized Swim Club off to a winning start

Guelph Synchronized Swim Club off to a winning start

GUELPH - The Guelph Synchronized Swim Club (GSSC) has had a winning start to the 2017 competitive season.

World champs

World champs

A mother and son team in Guelph have conquered the martial arts world. Nathan Skoufis and his mother Sophie have been named world champions for 2017.

Movie follows family struggles in technological age

GUELPH - Screenagers is coming to Guelph on Feb. 23.

Advertiser nominated for OCNA awards

TORONTO - The Advertiser is being recognized by the Ontario Community Newspapers Association (OCNA) for its “outstanding work.”

Managing Trees Workshop March 4

CAMBRIDGE - The Grand River Conservation Authority’s Managing Trees on Your Property workshop will answer landowner questions and help them develop skills and strategies to maintain and improve their trees.

Police, fire officials launch investigation into 14 suspicious fires

Police, fire officials launch investigation into 14 suspicious fires

WELLINGTON CTY. - Several police and fire departments in the region are collaborating with the Ontario fire marshal on an investigation into a rash of suspicious fires.

OPP investigate break-ins at Erin, Mount Forest businesses

WELLINGTON CTY. - Police here are investigating several break-ins at businesses across the county.

Census 2016: Centre Wellington,  Erin see most population growth

Census 2016: Centre Wellington, Erin see most population growth

WELLINGTON CTY. - Centre Wellington and Erin have had the largest population increases in Wellington County since 2011, according to new census data.

Bowl for Kids off to great start in north Wellington

Bowl for Kids off to great start in north Wellington

MOUNT FOREST - Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Wellington launched its 41st annual Bowl for Kids campaign on Feb. 12, with 188 bowlers from the Minto and Mapleton communities raising nearly $12,000.
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Belwood town hall meeting addresses growth, communication
Census 2016: Centre Wellington, Erin see most population growth
Girls make a difference helping homeless veterans
Wellington North proposes 3.5% tax levy increase

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