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Posted Friday, November 17, 2017

Parade GuelphThis Sunday is the annual City of Guelph Santa Claus Parade that will begin down Woolwich Street near Powell Street and continue into the downtown core. Traffic will be affected along the entire Parade route and roads will be blocked off from 1pm to 4pm.
For more information on specific streets that will be affected please visit the City of Guelph information page here .
The weather forecast is calling for a windy day with the chance of some flurries. Bundle up and enjoy...

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Posted Friday, November 17, 2017

At approximately 12:35am today, a female patron at a downtown bar was escorted outside by staff and once outside, she assaulted a staff member. When police were called, the female was located nearby and taken into custody. While in custody the female then also assaulted an officer.
Samantha Lynne Marshall, a 19 year old female from Burlington was charged with assault, assault peace officer and being intoxicated in a public place. She was later released to appear before the...

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Posted Thursday, November 16, 2017

On November 15 th , 2017, Wellington County OPP and the Guelph Police Service launched the festive RIDE campaign.  Officers from both the OPP and the City of Guelph conducted RIDE lanes on Wellington County Rd. 18 and during this initiative, 275 vehicles were checked.  As a result, one roadside breath test was conducted which resulted in a PASS.
This program will be running through the Holiday Season at all times of day at different locations in the area. The Guelph...

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Posted Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Sometime between 4am and 5:30am on November 14 th , a male entered a Mason Court home through an unlocked sliding door and made off with electronic equipment. The male was later identified by police from surveillance video.   
At approximately 3:55am this morning, police received a call about a suspicious person in the area of Waterloo Avenue and when they arrived, they located male walking away from a residence. This person was the male responsible for the Mason...

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Posted Tuesday, November 14, 2017

On November 5, 2017, the Guelph Police Service’s Traffic Unit began a two week enforcement initiative named Project “CORRIDOR”. This project targets unsafe driving, cycling, and pedestrian activities on Gordon Street from Clair Road to Waterloo Avenue.
This approximately seven (7) kilometer stretch of roadway is the main north/south municipal corridor to the downtown area.  Gordon Street has seen an increase in commercial and residential development...

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