GUELPH – After a report to the board concluded there’s no room for a consolidated French immersion (FI) program in West Guelph, Upper Grand District School Board (UGDSB) trustees are asking for further information to address gaps in the report.
WELLINGTON COUNTY – Local school board officials say while staff members who don’t comply with board vaccination disclosure procedures could be placed on unpaid leave, failing to abide likely won’t result in termination.
GUELPH – The smell from the sacred fire wafted across Royal City Park and the sight of several hundred people wearing orange shirts was striking. The first Truth and Reconciliation Day, on Sept. 30, was marked in Guelph with a sacred fire and drum circle in Royal City Park.
GUELPH – With COVID-19 cases rising in schools, Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health (WDGPH) associate medical officer of health Dr. Matthew Tenenbaum says children aged 11 and under are among the most vulnerable.
GUELPH – The Wellington Water Watchers embarked on another walk from downtown Guelph to Blue Triton in Aberfoyle – this time to draw attention to the dangers of climate change and to support Six Nations of the Grand River and their desire to get their land and natural resources back.
GUELPH – While the province left volunteers, coaches, instructors and sport officials out of its proof of vaccination requirement, the region's top doctor has ordered that these individuals must show proof of vaccination at facilities in Wellington, Dufferin and Guelph.