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Longfield steps down as chamber president

The board of directors of the Guelph Chamber of Commerce has accepted the resignation of Lloyd Longfield.

Hanlon Creek Business Park

European companies set up shop in Guelph

A big Danish company that is setting up a Guelph office is among a number of international firms being drawn to the city largely because of its focus on innovative energy and sustainability policies, says outgoing Guelph Chamber of Commerce president Lloyd Longfield.

Record numbers at Conestoga College

Conestoga College says it has attracted a record number of students this fall.

Ward 6 & Puslinch Upper Grand District School Board Trustee candidates

Here are Ward 6 and Puslinch trustree candidate Marty Fairbairn and Christopher Cassel’s responses to a Trib Q&A.

Labour platform gets the nod from Farbridge, 12 candidates

Mayor Karen Farbridge and 12 of the 37 candidates running for ward seats on council have endorsed a platform put forward by the Guelph and District Labour Council for the Oct. 27 civic election.

Guelph Lake Nature Complex

Big boost for nature complex

Local businessman Bob Desautels is showing he values environmental education for children by donating $50,000 toward the new Guelph Lake Nature Centre complex.

Car seats remain big problem during OPP seatbelt campaign

Incorrectly used car seats were the most common error noted by police during the Wellington County OPP’s fall seatbelt campaign.

Guelph Election 2014

About St. George’s Square

In this order, mayoral candidates Cam Guthrie, Karen Farbridge and Jason Blokhuis answer the question: Why is the proposed redevelopment of St. George’s Square a good idea – or not?

Bike-friendly pledge gets majority support

wo-thirds of the 44 candidates running for ward councillor or mayor of Guelph on Oct. 27 have signed a pledge to back policies that support cycling and other forms of active transportation.

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