I love it when a plan comes together.
A bridge too short. Too bad about trucks hitting the safety barrier of the bridge at Wyndham and Carden streets.
The Heffernan Street footbridge celebrates its 100th anniversary next year.
Coun. Cam Guthrie is opposed to a new main library (Tribune, Nov. 28).
I attended the “community engagement meetings” about the proposed rental housing licensing program. At the first meeting, attendees were asked how many people were in favour and against a proposed licensing program.
Guelph Matters column by Chris Clark: It had been some time since I darkened the door of a church.
Editorial: The Guelph Chamber of Commerce upped the stakes when it told council Thursday that the city needs to do better in controlling costs and improving productivity, in order to keep city budget increases minimal.
Editorial: We’re happy to see that council wants a pause on planning for a $34-million upgrading of Guelph Police headquarters.
Dear Editor: I am a landlord, Guelph homeowner and life-long resident of Guelph.
Dear Editor: Regarding the downtown police station (Tribune, Nov. 24):