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Gielph budget 2015
Mayor Cam Guthrie says his target for this year’s city budgeting is to keep the 2015 budget increase to no more than about 2.4 per cent – Ontario’s average inflation rate for 2014.
Pit bull rehabilitator back from second go
Museum hosts weekly tours
TouchDowner! Ex-Gryphon yucks it up
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Guelph gets third area code in 2016
Along with area code numbers starting with 519 or 226, Guelph and area residents will soon encounter those starting with 548.
City looks for new park input
City hall is seeking the community’s help in developing a master plan for a new neighbourhood park in the north end.
Tribune Photos By Ned Bekavac
Full-time football for Fitzy winner
This gridiron man is an ironman.
Tribune Photo By Ned Bekavac
Hat trick of golds for locals
Guelph wrestlers earned three senior gold medals at the Guelph Open championships on Saturday.
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An evening with pair of authors
Award-winning Canadian authors Alan Bradley and Thomas King will read from their latest books next Tuesday in the River Run Centre’s Co-operators Hall.
Guelph Civic Museums
How sweet it is at museum
Guelph Civic Museum will open its doors in the evening for a free concert and the opening of new two exhibitions on Jan. 23, with free admission from 5-9 p.m.
Guelph budget now has a target
Editorial: An uptick in inflation in Ontario last year could make it easier for the new council to go along with Mayor Cam Guthrie’s election promise to keep property tax increases at or below the inflation rate – at least for the 2015 budget.
Former church would be an ideal community centre
Dear Editor: Recently, the City of Guelph has been touted as being “age friendly.” If I lived in the north end of the city I most certainly would agree.

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Knitting club

Community | January 22

Grandparents wanted

The Knitting Club is a real hit at Sir Isaac Brock elementary school, so much so that it’s looking for grandparents to help teach students how to knit every Monday during afternoon break. P

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