A group of people wearing winter clothing stand together on a ice and snow covered grassy area located in front of Zavitz Hall at the University of Guelph. Several signs are held by the smiling participants and read "Honour The Treaties", "Idle No More Guelph", "Oh Canada, Our Home On Native Land", and "Settlers In Support of IdleNoMore".

Ten Years Later – Idle No More Movement made history in Canada and Guelph in 2013

Ten years ago, in 2013, the Idle No More movement marked a turning point in modern Indigenous history in Canada. The grassroots movement began in November 2012 and quickly swept across Canada, organized largely through social media. It changed the discourse about Indigenous people and empowered a new generation of organizers in Canada and in Guelph.

Hilltop Shop logo overlaid on a black and white faded photo of the Hilltop Shop store.

Great Savings on Guelph Gifts!

It’s time to ring in the holiday season with our last Hilltop Shop Sale of the year! From Saturday, December 17 to Sunday, December 18, members receive 25% off and non-members receive 15% off storewide!

Museum Store Sunday Sale

Shop local, support museums, and save big! To celebrate Museum Store Sunday we’re offering a storewide sale all weekend long. From Friday, November 25 to Sunday, November 27, members receive…

Travelling Exhibition Iron Willed: Women in STEM comes to Guelph Museums

Iron Willed: Women in Stem, a travelling exhibition from Ingenium Canada, arrives at Guelph Museums September 17, 2022. The exhibition recognizes the crucial role of women in STEM. Through text…

Garden on the Hill Civic Museum. Pik flowers ae shown in a sea of green. A blue sky is in the background.

The Garden on the Hill: Wild by Design

A lush, diverse landscape in the heart of downtown Guelph Have you ever walked by the Civic Museum’s garden on the hill and thought “this looks wild”? If so, you’re…

Witnessing War: Marking 150 years since the birth of John McCrae

Witnessing War, a new exhibition at Guelph Civic Museum, is the first in a series of initiatives to commemorate 150 years since the birth of Lt. Col. John McCrae. An…

In the Footsteps of John McCrae 2018 tour, group photo at Vimy Memorial

Guelph Museums to guide McCrae 150 Memorial Tour of Belgium, France, and Netherlands this summer

This year marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of Lt. Col. John McCrae. To commemorate the occasion, Guelph Museums will lead a guided tour through Europe from August 19…

Guelph stories unfold on screen in Moving Histories, Neighbourhood Mysteries

Moving Histories, Neighbourhood Mysteries, a new exhibition at Guelph Civic Museum, marks the culmination of a multi-year collaboration with Guelph Film Festival, that explores three Guelph neighbourhoods – Two Rivers,…