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The city and the union representing Guelph Transit workers are set to vote on a second tentative agreement today (Aug. 5) in hopes of ending the lockout and getting buses back on the roads as soon as possible.
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Friday, August, 01, 2014 - 3:03:59 AM
Chickens home roosting at retirement village "What a wonderful idea ... how very special that the residents are able to enjoy watching the hens during the day. It's so good to see Retirement Villages that think "outside the box" for programs and activities that the residents can enjoy!"
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Thursday, July, 31, 2014 - 10:10:25 PM
Lockout silence is golden "Mr. Clark, At no time during this incredibly frustrating turn of events has the union been " mum" about anything. Members authorized to speak to the press regarding the unions position in all of this have been exhaustively interviewed by the media"
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Thursday, July, 31, 2014 - 4:04:16 PM
Don’t call proposal traffic roundabout "The downtown plan which I can't seem to find anymore calls for transit to "serve everyone not just some" and to "serve people looking to go downtown and not just bypass it". We need to have 100 percent of transit riders receiving equal service to the"
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Public will get a chance to see how central square will work
More public consultation on the future of St. George’s Square is being proposed by city staff as part of addressing concerns about how a new type of square would function.
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Don’t call proposal traffic roundabout
Royals open playoff series tonight
The Guelph Royals are to open their best-of-five Intercounty Baseball League series tonight in Brantford.
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Sports Stuff: Local face fronts new football league
The face of a new women’s tackle football league is likely a familiar one to local football fans, and certainly is to players and staff.
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Photo exhibit close to home
The beauty of scenes from around southern Ontario is celebrated in a photography show that runs at 10 Carden St. from Aug. 5 to Sept. 26.
Talent search winner in Eden Mills
he winner of a CBC talent search contest will perform in Eden Mills on Saturday Aug. 2 as part of a summer tour across Canada.
Lockout silence is golden
Guelph Matters column by Chris Clark: Sheesh. Try and take a couple of weeks off and the wheels fall off Guelphtown.
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Community | July 31

Chickens home roosting at retirement village

It’s undoubtedly an unusual sight at a retirement community – an enclosed pen with a tiny cottage in the centre, and roaming freely in and out of its open doors, three contented chickens.

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