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uoguelph.ca
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Great place to experience nature in the city. Check out the great beginner friendly disc golf course.

uoguelph.ca
5
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Beautiful and relaxing place to go to bike, picnic, or just relax. Rich in wild life.

uoguelph.ca
5
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University of Guelph supports local sports in the community and has stepped up as a major sponsor.

uoguelph.ca
5
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This place was amazing. Lots of open room and tons of things to learn and best of all it's all free!

uoguelph.ca
1
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Booked and came all the way here to see an ophthalmologist as my doctor couldn't exactly tell what was wrong with my babys eye. When I came they took me in, did the basic assessment with the student, then the nurse came in and told me I would have to book to see the eye doctor on another day as she's too busy today with appointments. Big long argument about how I had specifically booked an appointment in 2 weeks time to see the eye doctor and that it wasn't my fault if the secretary didn't properly write down the information. In the end the eye doctor seen the bird- said that they couldn't tell what was wrong with him and that was it. They charged me for the appointments more than what the secretary during the booking told me it would be. When I was told to wait in the waiting room for my prescription- me being the only one in the room along with another person - I had waited for 45 minutes until I went up asking for a prescription that I was supposed to get 35 minutes ago. They had it on the counter the whole time. They knew I came for my appointment 2 hours ago - & neither of the two receptionists could ask why I was waiting so long now... It was all so unprofessional. I will never be going back there again. The service from the receptionist are terrible but the angry nurse who thought I had no right to be angry was also just as bad.

uoguelph.ca
5
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Absolutely gorgeous. Well maintained. Loved biking through or walking. Enjoyed Japanese garden.

uoguelph.ca
5
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Grounds are well maintained and the plants are perfectly pruned. Even after heavy rain the water wasn't saturated with puddles. That made it very easy to walk around without getting drenched. The gazebo area has power outlets for electricity and has no steps making it easy for wheelchairs or strollers.

uoguelph.ca
5
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The only place for your furbaby in crisis

uoguelph.ca
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Shame on you for re-instating proven animal abuser Dr Mahavir Singh Rekhi. Your organization should be shut down for good for failing to protect animals and regulate abusive doctors. SHAME ON YOU!

uoguelph.ca
5
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Amazing teaching facility. Great tour and lectures on family and friends day.

uoguelph.ca
1
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This place is very very expensive, and the staff are really rude and snobby!! Don't go here!

uoguelph.ca
5
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umm i know this school is in canada but whats the gpa requirement for this school and also sat scores. thank you

uoguelph.ca
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Reception staff are great, Professional staff are competent and friendly

uoguelph.ca
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Wouldn't recommend going for physio here. I went there earlier this year in the last semester of my undergrad. I had been having some really bad pain in my upper back. I can't remember the physiotherapist's name, but she was young (maybe late 20s/early 30s). I thought she was okay at first, since nothing was getting worse but nothing was going better. Then I noticed she would make 10 minute appointments at times and my back wouldn't be feeling better (she seemed rushed and like she had other stuff in her mind a lot of the time). I spoked with the receptionist to see if this was normal (since I had never had physio before), but she wasnt' much help. Now I'm going to another physiotherapist in Kitchener and he is amazing, right from the beginning he gave me a timeline of when I should stop relying on massage therapy or him for my back and I have seen great improvement in just a few weeks! From day one, he was completely different from the physiotherapist at the school, he asked better questions than she did and I came out of that appointment feeling hopeful and happy that my back problems will be gone. My advice is to search for reviews! Maybe this physiotherapist was young and didn't have much experience, but I feel like I should share my experience so that someone else might not be wasting their money on something that might not work.

uoguelph.ca
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I feel really lucky to have this service available to me through the university. I have been seeing Dr. Chittle for over a year and she has been truly amazing every time I've seen her

uoguelph.ca
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uoguelph.ca
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Should I wanna go here?

uoguelph.ca
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uoguelph.ca
5
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A great institution with many world famous studies and research programs being conducted

uoguelph.ca
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Writing in regards to the Skyway Animal Hospital. The OVG school has been held in the highest regards in the world but you are willing to let this proven abuse slip by with a slap on the wrist. This gives this vet the right to close in St. Catharines and open in any other city. A short course in how to handle animals cannot change a person over night from their beliefs. Please keep your standards high and review the suspension given. This can be done. Take this man’s license to practice away from him. This wasn’t a mild case of hurting an animal. This was animal abuse by a Veterinarian being paid by his clients for trust and care in regards to their pets. Thank you. Jene

uoguelph.ca
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Mahavir Singh Rekhi should be stopped from practicing for good. If Strooband can't do his job he can go too, objective investigation.? What a joke.

uoguelph.ca
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any credibility this college may of had went out the window with a 6 month suspension of a vet choking animals. I call for the closer of this college. Very disturbed that this organization still operates

uoguelph.ca
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OVC Guelph should be ashamed of themselves for the 10 month practicing suspension of Dr Mahavir Singh Rekhi as punishment for the treatment of his patients at the Skyway Animal Hospital in the numerous on line videos posted. As a governing body you have let down the people of Ontario and especially the animals you are here to protect.

uoguelph.ca
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You guys had better get your heads out of your asses & permanently revoke his Veterinary licence. I'm tired of people getting a slap on the wrist for ANIMAL ABUSE!! If his licence isn't permanently revoked you'll make your precious college look just as bad as him!!

uoguelph.ca
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uoguelph.ca
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This is a great University. It is big enough, but feels personal. The professors here (especially in the Classics department) are second to none. Brass Taps (on campus pub) always has something fun going on.

uoguelph.ca
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It's a good school. Beautiful campus in a nice city. The classes are rewarding.

uoguelph.ca
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School filled with great staff as well as a great convocation for sure!! Will recommend it only if you enjoy a good amount of personal time and the choice of being able to be social, it offers both. Great for agriculture related degrees as well as being the safest city in ontario.

uoguelph.ca
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Really great clinic! The doctors are very knowledgeable & always take time to explain the different options available, & in a friendly manner. When some doctors' were not sure, they asked others at the clinic to make sure I got the right stuff. Dr. Caldwell & Dr. Bakker are especially great. Also, the appointments are very punctual.

uoguelph.ca
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uoguelph.ca
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Good service and knowledgeable staff.

uoguelph.ca
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I've been at Guelph for 7 years now, by the time I'm finished phD it could very well be 10. There are things i absolutely love about this school, and of course, thing i just can't stand lol. Like everything in life i suppose. Some of the highlights of this school are: Amazing food and seriously incredible hospitality staff. Nick has been the manager of the UC cafe for as long as I've ever been interested to know (which was before we had poutine and i inquired if it was possible to go to one spot -pizza pizza for fries, and then take it to the grill place-mommas? for cheese and gravy to be added.) He was totally cool with that, so he's basically my hero right there. He always responds so well to any of the Question/comments people leave (they get posted, and i just love reading them for some reason). There are a ton of animals at this school, which to me is just a game changer as i love animals of all kinds. like everyone has puppies they are training to be guide dogs, and the puppies get to go everywhere, so..yay. There are cows and horses and endless amounts of squirrels. Everything looks really old and cool. like all stone and brick everything. Of course that has some downfalls (like all the classes i had in war mem, that building is the pits for air and space. One time i had to race there for a calculus test being late from physics experiment and ran all the way there only to find it completely full except one seat. So i squeeze through to get to the seat- thank god I'm skinny, or i was 7 years ago anyways or else i dunno how it wouldve even been possible- so i go and sit down, and of course its broken and i just fall right on the ground. but what can u do, the test wasn't gunna write itself so i had to sit on the floor lol). another time i was feeling really sick and tried to leave but because of the poor design i was trapped in there and spewed everywhere). The new buildings like ROZ are very nice though. Internet access throughout the years has been...somewhat challenging to say the least. The first half of my academic career i had PC and for some reason they take more work to connect to wifi. Once i got on the macbook train i haven't had any problems. The professors for the most part are amazing. My most memorable being a physics teacher by the name Martin William. Oh man did he ever make us all laugh. I really hate physics, but did i EVER love going to his lectures. People are also very fond of another physics prof by the name "The Great Orbax", he is interesting because of his unusual style and he performs in a circus or something like that lol. Not really my type of humour i guess anyways. There is a ton of resources to help you on this campus. no matter what kind of help that may be. seriously. they have everything. I broke my arm biking around campus and i got to do my physic there which was very convenient. They have doctors you can schedule appointments with and a walk in, and they always help me out a ton. mental health support groups, every kind imaginable- same with clubs. Something for everyone. The only real downside i guess is the lack of organization in the financial aspect of the university, which doesn't even become a problem i suppose unless you're a grad student. I have just had endless problems with random penalties and such, i wont go into the painful boring details but yes i feel ripped off by them more often than not lets just say. Bikes get stolen a lot here so its important to lock up with a U lock on campus and not a cable. But for the most part people are very kind here, always helping each other out. However there is just too many. People that is. There's never any room on the buses (they will just pass u saying sorry bus full), there's never any room in 1st year lecture halls, theres noo parking even though you pay a huge fee for a pass every semester. Poster days in the UC are a complete nightmare. You cannot get through for the life of you, because everyones just staring at posters. Its very odd. The UC seems to sell out the space to the highest bidder lol.

uoguelph.ca
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Sooo any people everywhere. I have managed to avoid the library for the most part for the last 7 years being a student here, and i plan to continue doing so the last 3 years ill be here.

uoguelph.ca
5
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Beautiful campus, nice, friendly students & professors. I wonderful place to attend for post secondary education. I will truly forever be a Gryphon.

uoguelph.ca
5
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A wonderful place to go for a walk among a variety of trees and gardens. Nearby trails offer an excellent place to train for x-country running.

uoguelph.ca
5
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This school has awesome engineering faculty and amazing student life/atmosphere. I loved my time at UoG and recommend it to everyone.

uoguelph.ca
5
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Great food! Nice teachers and a beautiful campus. Wonderful school.

uoguelph.ca
5
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Gorgeous location , beautiful views, perfect for events or just a stroll around.

uoguelph.ca
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My home away from home. I love the entire UofG experience! I have many, many fond memories of the campus and spent my formative years there. The campus is smaller than most universities, but within that size beats a superior education and lifestyle environment.

uoguelph.ca
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uoguelph.ca
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Been to a few different post secondary institutes and by far this is probably the easiest one to learn the lay of the land. Professors are interested in sing you successes where others they don't care as much. The Turf (DTM) program is consider by industry leaders to be the top for Canada and is second to Penn State world wide.

uoguelph.ca
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I'm biased because I've spent 7 years of my life at this university through two completely different programs. The campus is beautiful and filled with a wider variety of plants than most people realize. Top-notch profs are open to talking with students and doing guest lectures for student organizations. Research done here is known worldwide - especially in biology/ecology, biochemistry, agricultural sciences, and landscape architecture. Social activism on campus is uplifting and rarely do we see hate thrown around, but when we do everyone around jumps in to defend the victim. We also are privileged with having a BEAUTIFUL arboretum, university choirs, Curtain Call Productions, and we'll have a brand new athletics center this fall. The city is just as fantastic as the university too. I love Guelph :)

uoguelph.ca
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The Arboretum is the gem of the University and is free to everyone. A series of formal gardens can be found near the Arboretum Centre, including the Japanese Garden, English Garden, and Italian Garden. Another notable set of gardens are the Gosling Wildlife Gardens by the J.C. Taylor Centre, which are set up as a series of example backyard and are accompanied by interpretive boards. Other features to check out is the World of Trees trail, Wild Goose Woods trail, Victoria Woods trail (blanket of Trilliums in later April), and the frisbee golf course. The Arboretum also hosts a series of fantastic workshops every year that are worth every penny, and birding in the Arboretum is a dream. Enjoy.

uoguelph.ca
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uoguelph.ca
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Seemed like a nice place with plenty of student workspace and places to eat

uoguelph.ca
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uoguelph.ca
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Was here for a wedding. Road in can be hard to find and had lots of pot holes, but the building was quite nice and cozy.

uoguelph.ca
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Would rather remain in pain and suffering than having to deal with the miserable people that work at this clinic again...

uoguelph.ca
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uoguelph.ca
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uoguelph.ca
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This is to be my future school in 7 - 8 years

uoguelph.ca
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uoguelph.ca
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uoguelph.ca
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Amazing running trails, national cross country is run here and it's no question why.

uoguelph.ca
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The Arboretum is the jewel of Guelph. I love jogging here or sitting in the Japanese Tranquility Garden and reading a book while squirrels play in the trees above me. I used to come here on school trips as a kid and was recently pleased to see the old maple syrup shack is still there, and still making syrup!

uoguelph.ca
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I cannot speak for the learning itself but the campus is amazing! A really pretty place with so much to see and do!

uoguelph.ca
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Nice library, clean and spacious etc but it's literally always packed. Tough to find a place to sit and study.

uoguelph.ca
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University of Guelph sounds like a "Great University".I might go there one day to finish school.

uoguelph.ca
5
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Excellent 9-hole disc golf course in Guelph

uoguelph.ca
5
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Great place. I have taken a few open learning classes here. Professors and instructors are knowledgeable, professional, and willing to help. Excellent location as well.

uoguelph.ca
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I have had a fantastic time at this University. The campus is beautiful, the people are kind, and the faculty is engaged and fair. All of my classes persisted to be interesting and informative, and my time spent here has, overall, been a benefit to me and my life.

uoguelph.ca
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Beautiful green space

uoguelph.ca
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If the University of Guelph were a country, this rez would be the hard-working immigrants who built its infrastructure. Not really respected but great in its own way.

uoguelph.ca
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My review is for the School of English and Theatre Studies department at Guelph. If you are a prospective graduate student, do yourself a favour and skip this school. Go to York, Toronto, Alberta, Manitoba, but do not go to Guelph. A good department for undergraduate students, but SETS (School of English and Theatre Studies) treat their grad students like shit. Poor funding, no help or support from faculty, in fact, some try to sabotage their students...a condescending and unhelpful grad secretary who only sends out e-mails, and a power-tripping administrative assistant who takes it upon herself to set department policy...yes, the administrative assistant, I am not lying. Nasty, rude, will ignore your e-mails if you do need anything. Professor Jade Ferguson told us to "be nice to the staff, so that they will help you if you need it." Even if students are not "nice" the staff have jobs to do and need to start doing them, regardless of real or perceived slights. A graduate coordinator, Julie, who needs to ask the administrative assistant about well, everything, because the AA has taken it upon herself to set policy, the AA needs to be asked whether or not PhD students can be provided office space. The department has it, they refuse to allow the students to use it. Easy to avoid the department politics by just staying away from the offices, granted, but faculty does not fight for us, they throw us under the bus, and really, they do not think much of their grad students anyway. Disrespect is constant. Stay away!

uoguelph.ca
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I don't think that there is a university there.

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Ontario Veterinary College

Gordon St, Guelph, ON N1G 2W1, Canada
(519) 836-3510

Animal Health Laboratory

Guelph, ON, Canada
(519) 824-4120 ext. 54530

Controlled Environment Systems Research Facility

University Of Guelph, Guelph, ON N1G 2W1, Canada
(519) 824-4120

Ontario Agricultural College | University of Guelph Campus d'Alfred

31 Saint Paul Street, Alfred, ON K0B 1A0, Canada
(613) 679-2218

College D'Alfred de l'Université de guelph

31 St Paul, Brantford, ON K0B 1A0, Canada
(613) 679-2218

Ontario Agricultural College | University of Guelph Kemptville Campus

830 Prescott St, Kemptville, ON K0G 1J0, Canada
(613) 258-8336

Kemptville College

830 Prescott St, OXFORD-ON-RIDEAU, ON, Canada

Prairie Hall

Guelph, ON N1G, Canada
(519) 824-4120

Student Housing Services Maritime Hall - South Residence

50 Stone Rd E, Guelph, ON N1G 2W1, Canada
(519) 824-4120

Avian and Exotic Service, Health Sciences Centre, Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph

28 College Ave W, Guelph, ON N1G, Canada
(519) 823-8830

Avian and Exotic Service, Health Sciences Centre, Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph

28 College Avenue West, Guelph, ON N1G, Canada
(519) 823-8830

Ontario Agricultural College, University of Guelph

50 Stone Road East, Guelph, ON N1G 2W1, Canada
(519) 824-4120

University Of Guelph

Campus Drive, Kemptville, ON K0G 1J0, Canada
(613) 258-3999

Ontario Agricultural College | University of Guelph Kemptville Campus

830 Prescott Street, Kemptville, ON K0G 1J0, Canada
(613) 258-8336

Health And Performance Centre

John T. Powell Building, 2nd floor, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON N1G 2W1, Canada
(519) 767-5011

University of Guelph Ridgetown Campus

120 Main St E, Ridgetown, ON N0P 2C0, Canada
(519) 674-1500

Smith Lane Veterinary Clinic - OVC HSC

48 Smith Lane, Smith Lane, Guelph, ON N1G 4S7, Canada
(519) 840-0100

Ontario Veterinary College

Gordon Street, Guelph, ON N1G 2W1, Canada
(519) 836-3510

University of Guelph Library

50 Stone Road East, Guelph, ON N1G 2M7, Canada
(519) 824-4120 ext. 53617

Child Care and Learning Centre

20 Arboretum Rd, Guelph, ON N1G 2W1, Canada
(519) 824-4120 ext. 52682

University Of Guelph Beekeeping Lab

308 Stone Rd E, Guelph, ON N1G 2W1, Canada
(519) 836-8897

Student Health Services

University Centre, 50 Stone Rd E, Guelph, ON N1G 2W1, Canada
(519) 824-4120 ext. 52131

The Arboretum

College Ave E, Guelph, ON N1G 2W1, Canada
(519) 824-4120

Kemptville College

830 Prescott St, OXFORD-ON-RIDEAU, ON K0G, Canada
(613) 258-8336

University Of Guelph

Campus Dr, Kemptville, ON K0G 1J0, Canada
(613) 258-3999

Ontario Agricultural College | University of Guelph Campus d'Alfred

31 St Paul St, Alfred, ON K0B 1A0, Canada
(800) 267-2483

Mills Hall

Mills Hall, 61 College Ave E, Guelph, ON N1G 1Y4, Canada

New Liskeard Agricultural Research Station

340 Armstrong St N, New Liskeard, ON P0J 1P0, Canada
(705) 647-8525

Ontario Veterinary College

Gordon St & College Ave W, Guelph, ON N1G 2W1, Canada
(519) 836-3510

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117 College Ave E, Guelph, ON N1G 2W1, Canada
(519) 824-4120

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64 Dundas Ln, Guelph, ON N1G, Canada
(519) 824-4120 ext. 58124