GUELPH – The annual Take Back the Night march usually focuses on safety for women and marginalized people, but this year, in the aftermath of the reversal of Roe vs. Wade in the United States, officials talked about gender equality and bodily autonomy for everyone.
WELLINGTON COUNTY – After three weeks of steady decline, confirmed COVID-19 cases are up significantly in the Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health (WDGPH) region this week, while local hospitalizations are down for the second straight week.
GUELPH - The Wellington County Social Services Department is providing digital devices and connecting Ontario Works clients and new immigrants to close the digital divide and bring about greater digital equity.
GUELPH – A recent Ontario Land Tribunal ruling allowing Wellington County to proceed with turning a vacant Guelph building into transitional housing for the homeless has some Guelph residents rattled and the municipalities celebrating.
GUELPH – The needs in the community are great and the radical recovery isn’t over. But United Way Guelph Wellington Dufferin is sensitive to the pressures inflation has thrown on everyone – from those with disposable incomes to regular families trying to get by.
GUELPH – The Grove Youth Hubs will present an information series for parents and the first topic is often the most difficult for parents to address - How to have tough conversation with your youth on safe sex.
GUELPH – The new COVID-19 “bivalent” vaccine is expected to arrive in the region in the coming weeks. And when it gets to Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health, officials will be ready, says the local medical officer of health.