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Last call for overnight parking input

City hall is seeking public feedback to possible bylaw changes that would put new restrictions on overnight street parking, but would also cut the winter street-parking ban to four months from the current six months.

Guelph notches bicycle-friendly silver

Guelph has received an award recognizing its progress in becoming more of a bicycle-friendly community.


West end community centre uses new technology

The combined heat and power plant to be built in the Hanlon Creek Business Park isn’t the only such project happening in Guelph.

‘Small-scale plant’ good for business

A Guelph Hydro subsidiary plans to spend about $20 million to build a natural-gas-fired plant to generate electricity for Ontario’s power grid and also heat and cool buildings in the city’s new business park.

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Students bemoan tuition hikes

A protest by a couple of dozen University of Guelph students outside of Thursday’s board of governors meeting failed to make an impact, as the board approved a tuition increase of nearly three per cent.

Termites in downtown for first time

The city plans to inspect about 300 downtown properties for termites this spring after finding an infestation inside the River Run Centre and in adjacent John Galt Park.

South end rec centre options part of Tuesday public meeting

Options for a potential new south end recreation facility will be discussed at a public meeting on Tuesday.

Gas thefts on the rise

With the rising price of gas, police are noting a rise in gas thefts.

Guelph Hydro no longer accepts Visa

“Will that be Visa or Mastercard?” no longer applies for customers of Guelph Hydro.

Valeriote travels to Vimy to mark 97th anniversary

Guelph MP Frank Valeriote, who recently became the Liberal party’s veterans’ affairs critic, is travelling to France this week as part of the government delegation going to commemorate the 97th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge.

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