A solidarity rally was held at the University of Guelph in support of the Wet’suwet’en and U.S. President Donald Trump made an address to the nation on Tuesday where he urged Congress to fund his border wall.
Some years ago when I went to the CNE I discovered that they had electric scooters for people with mobility issues, to rent. They requested a piece of ID they could hold, and a small monetary hold on a credit or debit card. The ID was a wonderful idea, as no one would want to leave the area without their drivers license, CNIB card, or whatever else they chose to leave, and while they’re picking up their ID, they might as well drop off the scooter. This was a wonderful way to ensure that visitors with mobility issues got what they needed, and that the items weren’t stolen or misused.
A special Zumba class is taking place at Victoria Road Recreation Centre at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, hosted by Dragonfly Zumba with Joanne.
U.S. President Donald Trump is addressing the United States at 9 p.m. ET on Tuesday via the major television networks, to be followed by responses from Democratic leaders on some channels and by Bernie Sanders on social media.
Good morning, Guelph! It’s January 8th today. Flurries with some snow squalls today; accumulations between 5 and 10 cm. Your Guelph weather report below.
Provincial health officials announced Canada’s first “presumptive” confirmed case of the new coronavirus on Saturday with a male patient in Toronto.
I’m going on record to say that it is my opinion that a lot of people are enamoured with the idea of being something. It could be being a coach it could be being an anything. Whether this is a bi- product of the instant gratification and quick to boredom culture we live in, who knows.
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Executive Summary: Local Geography professor Fred Dahms has written a book that chronicles the problems that Guelph’s municipal government has faced since 2000 to 2015 and how local politicians have responded to them.