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Coronavirus: Guelph’s camps, programs, events cancelled until September

Coronavirus: Guelph’s camps, programs, events cancelled until September
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The City of Guelph, Ont., says it has cancelled all programs, performances and events at city-run facilities until September due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Recreation centres, libraries, museums and theatres remain closed in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus.

“If provincial emergency orders change or we get updated advice from local health officials, we may be able to offer some in-person programs and events before September,” deputy CAO Colleen Clack said in a statement.

Clack added that the city will be refunding any fees it has collected.

Anyone who has registered for programs or classes, rented a sports field or the city’s amusement rides, booked a picnic shelter or reserved any other recreation facility before Sept. 8 will receive a refund.
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