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Public will get a chance to see how central square will work

More public consultation on the future of St. George’s Square is being proposed by city staff as part of addressing concerns about how a new type of square would function.

St. Geroge's Square

Don’t call proposal traffic roundabout

By Doug Hallett Guelph Tribune After the weighing of public and business feedback,  city hall staff are recommending that St. George’s Square be turned into a central space surrounded by a one-way road. But city staff say the proposed one-way road isn’t the same as a roundabout or a traffic circle. “The creation of a [...]

Local art gallery holds its last show

The Whitestone Gallery has held its last show.


Official Plan gets nod from province

An amendment to the city’s Official Plan aimed at protecting natural features and ecological systems as Guelph continues to grow has come into effect after being approved by the Ontario Municipal Board.

Petition calls for end to loss of transit services

A local resident has started an online petition asking the city to end the Guelph Transit lockout.

Guelph Transit lockout

City, transit try again to reach deal

The city and the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1189 are getting back together to see if they can’t put an end to the transit lockout that is keeping Guelph buses off the roads.

Lockout protest a bust

A protest march against the transit lockout that was planned by a University of Guelph student who is running for city council didn’t get far Friday.

Tribune file photo by Doug Hallett

Museum going big

Guelph Museums is about to get a third site, as well as the biggest item in its collection of historical artifacts, by taking over custody of Canadian National steam locomotive 6167.

Core stores vary in talking lockout

Less than a week after the city locked out its transit workers, most businesses in the core say they haven’t felt much change.

Tribune Photo By Jessica Lovell

Lockout hitting home

The lockout of transit workers that started Monday is causing hardship for some of the most vulnerable people in Guelph, workers for local neighbourhood groups say.

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