I have read the long, literate, passionate letters complaining about the Bell utility box at the edge of St. George’s Park (Tribune, Oct. 23).
During the 2014 mayoral campaign, Cam Guthrie’s first platform pledge was: Limiting tax increases to the Rate Of Inflation Or Less (ROIOL) by controlling excessive spending and borrowing.
Looking at the Trib last night (Oct. 28), I can’t help but be dismayed at the way things are being portrayed already.
I am very disappointed with Coun. Leanne Piper.
Guelph voters have delivered an intriguing ballot-box message, defeating three-term mayor Karen Farbridge while also electing several of her supporters – perhaps enough of these so-called “progressives” to hold majority power, if they choose to exercise it, in a city hall where Guelph’s new mayor will have just one vote among 13.
Congratulations to Cam Guthrie on being elected the next mayor of Guelph.
Guelph Matters column by Chris Clark: Well, this is our last edition before Monday’s election.
Editorial: At Monday’s last big debate for mayoral candidates, Karen Farbridge noted during her closing remarks that most Ontarians voted in June’s provincial election “against the austerity agenda” of Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak.
Eight letters to the editor ranging from GrassRoots Guelph to Mark Twain.
Guelph Matters column by Chris Clark: Trib world blew up real good last week when we ran an unattributed Karen Farbridge advertisement slagging mayoral foe Cam Guthrie.