City hall says it is making headway in the struggle against underground water leaks, with a lot of help from ultra-sensitive equipment that can “hear” the sound of small leaks in buried water pipes.
The federal government has given Rogers Communications the go-ahead to build a 131-foot-tall telecommunications tower near the intersection of Gordon Street and Kortright Road, over the objections of city council and some area residents.
City hall is planning to clamp down on the driver instruction industry, and it wants to hear what people think of a bylaw amendment proposed to accomplish this.
The dismissal of charges against an architect and an engineer involved in the construction of a south end park washroom where a 14-year-old girl died in 2009 has been upheld by a higher court.
The Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network is coming to the city to meet the people.
The city’s garbage will soon be going to a different landfill, but city hall is also looking favourably at a garbage disposal option that doesn’t involve burying waste.
Wellington-Halton Hills MPP Ted Arnott brought the support of more than 2,200 people this week when he called on the Ontario government to make a Morriston bypass on Highway 6 a priority.
A group of people who provide addictions and mental health services will be gathering at Guelph General Hospital on Friday afternoon to share their knowledge at a special “knowledge café.”
The two hospitals that want to close Guelph’s pacemaker clinic and send local patients to Kitchener have been told to review a number of options, including establishing a satellite clinic in Guelph and using telemedicine with pacemaker patients.
A survey done as part of a major project to gauge the wellbeing of Guelph residents has found they are less than satisfied with the honesty and transparency of the city hall government.