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Guelph Election 2014

Ward 5 candidates seek your vote

The six candidates in Ward 5 are Cathy Downer, Leanne Piper, Dimitrios ‘Jim’ Galatianos, Alex Green and Scott Butler.   In this order, here are their responses to a Trib Q&A: Cathy Downer OCCUPATION                                                                                                                                Mediator HOW WILL YOUR BACKGROUND HELP CITY COUNCIL? My community knowledge and experience as a mediator and former councillor bring the [...]

Drive aims to dispel myths about food bank

The Guelph Food Bank has launched its Thanksgiving Food Drive with a long list of items it needs to stock its shelves to help feed people in need in the community.

Ward 5 candidates were ready to debate but . . .

Ward 5 candidates are all atwitter over GrassRoots Guelph’s decision to cancel debates it was planning to hold for those running for council in each of the city’s six wards.

Election sign warning

Police are reminding the public that it is a crime to steal election signs, after receiving several complaints about damaged or stolen signs in Guelph.

University, faculty reach tentative deal

The University of Guelph says it has reached a tentative contract agreement with the union that represents about 800 faculty members, librarians and veterinarians.

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New U of G president lauded as right person to lead the way

The University of Guelph’s new president, who was officially installed in the post Saturday, was described as someone well positioned to lead the U of G into the future.

Guelph Public Health

New health facility grand opening

The Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health will celebrate the grand opening of its new Guelph facility on Wednesday Oct. 1 starting at 11 a.m.

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Concussion concerns now board policy

A new policy for preventing, recognizing and dealing with concussions suffered by students in local elementary and high schools is set to go into effect.

Guelph United Way

U of G United Way campaign eyes two lofty goals

The University of Guelph’s United Way campaign leaders announced two lofty goals when they launched their annual fundraising campaign on Thursday.

City not going door-to-door selling water treatment systems

The city and the Guelph Police Service are warning residents to beware of door-to-door salespeople after learning of a possible scam operating in the city.

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