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A community food market in Guelph that allows customers to choose what they pay has been going so well this summer, organizers will open a third location this week. Currently the market is held in downtown Guelph on Tuesday afternoons and outside Ken Danby Public School in the city's east side on Wednesday afternoons. Now, the market will open Thursday afternoons at the West End Community Centre. It is run by The Seed — a project by the Guelph Community Health Centre to help those who are food insecure in the city. "We get a lot of stories, almost every week of people saying they're able to double the amount of vegetables they eat every week because they can get double the amount that they could before or people who couldn't afford to eat vegetables before who come through and get a few things," said Becca Clayton, the community food markets co-ordinator.
Police are investigating after a group of masked thieves repeatedly rammed their vehicle into a Malton jewellery store, ran in and then fled with jewellery worth approximately $100,000, according to its owner. The thieves carried firearms and at least one hammer, and the owner, Baldev Manjania, says one of them even pointed a gun at his wife. Peel Regional Police say they were called to the New Rana Jewellers in the area of Airport Road and Derry Road East just before 7 p.m. Saturday for reports of a robbery.
The HRM is asking for a design incorporating wider sidewalks, safe and comfortable places to wait for buses and “exceptionally robust” street furniture.
Quebec's chief electoral office says it is looking into an erotic company's seduction marketing campaign timed around the October election.