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Tax Tips for Creative Workers

By Jane Litchfield

Most of us don’t find tax time fun, and being self-employed doesn’t help, so here are a few tips for creative workers to take the edge off.

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Photo credit: Acharaporn Kamornboonyarush from Pexels

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Guelph Artist Laurie McGaw uses Portraiture to Celebrate Black History Month

February is Black History Month and Canadians are invited to celebrate and acknowledge the achievements and stories of Black Canadians. Reflecting and honoring the legacy and contributions of the country’s Black communities both past and present, acclaimed Guelph portrait artist and GAC member Laurie McGaw shares her portrait paintings along of African Canadians featuring familiar faces in Guelph and Canadian greats like jazz pianist Oscar Peterson. The group exhibition featuring Laurie McGaw and guest artists was held in her studio at 28C Douglas St earlier this month.

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Portrait exhibition celebrating Black History Month at Laurie McGaw Gallery, 28C Douglas St
Photo credit: Barbara Salsberg Mathews 

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Satisfy your nosey factor at Doors Open Guelph

By Barbara Salsberg Mathews

You can open some new doors and discover our fine city on April 25, 2020, from 10 am to 4 pm during Doors Open Guelph. This popular event celebrates Guelph’s finest buildings and historically or architecturally relevant sites. Heritage advocate and site coordinator Susan Ratcliffe says Doors Open fulfills the “nosey factor,” allowing people to see inside buildings not normally open to the public.

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Poster design by Gareth Lind

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