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Linamar Corporation, a supplier of engine, transmission and driveline ...
Ontario, Canada-based, Linamar Corporation is a designer and manufacturer of precision metallic components and systems for the automotive, energy and mobile industrial markets.
Eagle Manufacturing LLC–Linamar creates jobs, earns accolades
Florence-based Eagle Manufacturing LLC–Linamar has grown from a $30 million company in 2010 to an estimated $70 million company by year's end.
Strong Action For Ontario's Economy
The McGuinty government has named the 13 members of the newly formed Jobs and Prosperity Council, who will sit alongside Chair Gordon Nixon.
Guelph's newest splash zone creating some waves...
Ian Panabaker, the city's downtown renewal corporate manager, said that Carden Street is one of the busiest streets in Guelph, with shops, restaurants, and now splash pad activity leading to increased traffic, but that two-hour free parking is still ...
Seniors residences at St. Joseph's put dent in...
GUELPH - The Residences of St. Joseph's Health Centre are officially open, giving seniors in need of affordable housing a long-awaited place to rest their heads.
Guelph's new festival goes with the flow
At the start of the Two Rivers Festival , which pays tribute to the Speed and Eramosa rivers in Guelph, Sunday morning hikers gather at the Riverside Park enabling garden for a trek along the Speed to Guelph's downtown core.
Rick Mercer's 'remarkable' contributions hailed at...
Standing beside interpreter Karen Panchaud, the CBC's Rick Mercer delivers an animated and humorous convocation address for the graduates in the College of Social and Applied Human Sciences on Monday afternoon at the University of Guelph.
Muslim athletes face fasting dilemma as Ramadan...
As he laced up his shoes and headed out to train last summer, Mohammed Ahmed would often end up logging 160 kilometres or more in a given a week - all while fasting.
Haunted man's 'worst ever' valedictory speech...
Regrets? Filmmaker Christopher Richardson has had a few, but the greatest was his 1987 valedictory speech to the University of King's College in Halifax.
Guelph Transit going magnetic
Guelph Transit project manager Conrad Coutts demonstrates a magnetized swipe card riders will soon begin using on city buses. next play/pause pre 1/1.