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Laza Food & Beverages Inc. launched their popular honey-sweetened Hibiscus Tea in ready-to-drink 473ml bottles on Canada Day at Riverside Park. Flavours include: Sweetened; Unsweetened (no honey); Ginger; Mint; and Moringa
Be At THE Fashion Event of the Year!
-New York- Paris Fashion Show Season comes to GUELPH!
Spectacular Avant Garde clothing and Hair Design, Runway! Lights! Music! Scotch Tasting! Live Auction! And more. See the professionals work their magic in the latest hair and fashion trends .
Held at the Hanlon Convention Centre, Tickets are $75 per person and Doors will open at 6:30 P.M.
News Release: Canadian Business and PROFIT today ranked LifeLearn No. 413 on the 27th annual PROFIT 500, the definitive ranking of Canada's Fastest-Growing Companies. Published in the October issue of Canadian Business and at PROFITguide.com, the PROFIT 500 ranks Canadian businesses by their five-year revenue growth.
The employee benefits insurance business is highly competitive with many brokers focused on getting contracts with large companies, but Guelph broker Michele Mactaggart has set her sights on the smaller prize.
Manon Gagne-Kellman, C.Tr. and owner of MGK English-French Translation Servies is pleased to announce that she has acquired her accreditation as a Certified Translator. She holds a Certificate in Translation from the University of Toronto and has over 35 years experience
For 40 years Ren's Pets Depot has been passionate about pets and the people they own. "It's true," says Colin Job, Ren's Pets owner. Job should know - he's worked at the family owned business since he was about eight.
Linamar's plant in Guelph is set to receive $100M in funding thanks to a partnership between the federal and provincial governments. Linamar is also investing $400 million of its own money to create 1,200 new jobs at its facility over 10 years. The money will also enable the company to produce new, more environmentally friendly transmissions.
Guelph has been yoga-rich for 20 years, and a celebration is taking place to mark the occasion. Studio director Jayelle Lindsay established Living Yoga and Health downtown in 1995. That was long before yoga was as popular as it is today, said a news release.
Frank Hasenfratz, who turned a one-man operation in his basement shop into a global corporation and the biggest Guelph-based company, has been named to the Order of Canada.
Skyline, a Guelph-based real estate acquisitions, management and investment firm, has won three industry awards.