Four people seated against a grey backdrop. They are wearing grey clothing, and staring seriously into the camera. They are all members of the band The Fugitives.


A musical theatre production | River Run Centre

Banner Image (right to left):Dr. Liliana Caballero, Professor, University of Guelph Physics department, Dr. Jesse Popp, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Environmental Science at Ontario Agricultural College, and Katrina Stephany, 2SLGBTQQIA+ Health Research Coordinator.

Iron Willed: Women in STEM

An exhibition from Ingenium Canada | Civic Museum

Lynn Westfall close up painting, poppy and cursive writing

Witnessing War

A McCrae 150 exhibition | Civic Museum

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Land Acknowledgement

honour the land

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History on the Hill

Located in the renovated Loretto Convent, Guelph Civic Museum holds thousands of artifacts that tell Guelph’s story.

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McCrae House is the birthplace of John McCrae (1872-1918), doctor, soldier, and author of “In Flanders Fields”.

Lest we forget
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All aboard

Canada’s most photographed locomotive – a 1940s engine and tender – is on display at John Galt Park.

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