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Guelph General Hospital

Guelph General looks into its future

For the first time in 10 years, Guelph General Hospital has embarked on a community consultation blitz as part of forging a new strategic plan that will set the hospital’s focus for the next three years.

City’s new special needs service starts on Monday

BTS Network will replace Red Top as a special needs transportation provider in Guelph.

Fitness club thief nabbed

A man who stole personal property from local fitness club lockers was arrested Dec. 17 and will appear in court Feb. 2.

Guelph Transit

Put ‘rapid’ in Guelph Transit, says report

Guelph Transit has big plans to put the rapid in bus transit

Buses can detect when running late

If Guelph Transit buses are given priority over cars in terms of traffic signal operations, the drivers of the buses won’t have anything to do with how the lights change.

Ward 5 residents not buying plans for former church

All community feedback in Ward 5 about the possible rezoning of the former St. Matthias church property from institutional to residential has been in opposition, says Ward. 5 Coun. Cathy Downer.

Burcher off and running

Former city councillor is officially launching her bid for the Liberal nomination to run in this year’s federal election at a downtown event today (Jan. 27).


Hep case last straw for restaurant

Marj’s Village Kitchen is closing. In part the decision is based on a hepatitis A scare, said owner Keith McLean in an email response to a Tribune inquiry.

Gielph budget 2015

Guelph budget target ­– Ontario cost of living index

Mayor Cam Guthrie says his target for this year’s city budgeting is to keep the 2015 budget increase to no more than about 2.4 per cent – Ontario’s average inflation rate for 2014.

Budget motion called unnecessary posturing

The budget motion passed by council Monday on 9-2 vote is unnecessary and could be seen as political posturing, says one of the councillors who voted against it.

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