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Local MP collects condolences for slain Armed Forces members

Local MPP Frank Valeriote is offering people the chance to pass along their condolences following the recent deaths of two Canadian Armed Forces members – Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent and Corporal Nathan Cirillo.

Huge hit for local plant

The Owens Corning plant on York Road is to lose two-thirds of its jobs as the Ohio-based company shifts some production to its Mexican facilities.

Election Day primer

With election Day, Oct. 27, fast approaching, here are a few things that Guelph voters may want to keep in mind about the big day:

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New Highway 7 takes toll on family

The new highway that the province plans to build to Kitchener will make that trip a lot faster for many people, but it comes at a cost to Guelph resident Bob Irwin and his only child, Shelley Irwin.

A first – all mayoral candidates in attendance

Monday’s mayoral debate drew all seven of the registered candidates, including one who was missing from the debate broadcast frequently by Rogers TV on Channel 20.

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Final debate highlights differing philosophies

If there had been an applause-o-meter at this week’s last big mayoral debate, what it would have registered might mean a very tight contest between Karen Farbridge and Cam Guthrie on Oct. 27.

New police check guidelines

The Guelph Police Service is calling attention to changes to its guidelines for police records checks, which went into effect this month.

County policing costs to go down

Wellington County will see its policing costs decrease significantly over the next five years under a new billing model for the Ontario Provincial Police.

Trustees – Upper Grand public board Wards 2,3 & 4

Susan Moziar, Carrie Proudfoot, Aaron Blair, Linda Busuttil and Rob McLean, in this order, respond to the Trib’s Q@A:

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Vote for me because . . .

Cam Gurthrie, Karen Farbridge and Jason Blokhuis respond to “Vote for me because . . .” Cam Guthrie I love this city. Several years ago, as your city councillor, I ran on a platform of: 1) Respecting your taxes. 2) Keeping our community safe and clean. 3) Promising real accountability. 4) Providing proactive communication. 5) [...]

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