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Guelph was founded on St. George's Day, April 23, 1827, the feast day of the patron saint of England. Our town was named to honour Britain's royal family, the Hanoverians, who were descended from the Guelfs, the ancestral family of George IV, the reigning British monarch; thus the nickname The Royal City.

From the Fountain Pen Guelph
- Information Session for Stevenson St Residents
- Province Making Changes To Legal Aid Accessibility
- Guelph Police Reports - Oct. 31, 2014
- Food Recall - Rolling Acres Cider Mill In Waterloo
- Provincial Bill 8 Starts Second Reading
- Paramedicine Program Receives Funding
- Water Advocacy Group Seeking Board Members
- Reciprocal Driver's Licence Agreement With Ireland
- Wellington County Wins Psychological Safety Award

South Wellington
- Province Making Changes To Legal Aid Accessibility
- Food Recall - Rolling Acres Cider Mill In Waterloo
- Provincial Bill 8 Starts Second Reading
- Paramedicine Program Receives Funding

Centre Wellington
- Province Making Changes To Legal Aid Accessibility
- Fergus Woman Charged wih Fraud - Oct. 31, 2014
- Food Recall - Rolling Acres Cider Mill In Waterloo
- Provincial Bill 8 Starts Second Reading

North Wellington
- Province Making Changes To Legal Aid Accessibility
- Update - Serious Crash in Maplton Township
- Food Recall - Rolling Acres Cider Mill In Waterloo
- Provincial Bill 8 Starts Second Reading

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