1 to 18 of 500
Trib #2 in the province
The Guelph Tribune has been named the second best newspaper in Ontario in its circulation class.
Town hall
Residents air beefs to city police
The first of three police town hall meetings got off to a slow start Thursday evening, with seven officers easily outnumbering residents
Recent Comments
Monday, May, 25, 2015 - 1:01:42 AM
Commenting Guidelines "mac instigator lipstick review 423355... sac balenciaga bandoulière 115344 oakley g40 photochromic lens 504512 hogan scarpe italia 511303 full makeup brush set mac 400252 ray ban wayfarer rose 210231 oakley flak jacket xlj bronze polarized 431552.."
Comment by mac instigator lipstick review 423355
Friday, May, 22, 2015 - 12:12:24 PM
Skateboard parks aren’t a need "This is just ignorant. I'm really finding it difficult to believe that in this day and age people are still going to argue that our kids don't need skateparks. They do. Just like you need roads or bridges or an over-priced entertainment center built "
Comment by John Jantunen
Thursday, November, 27, 2014 - 4:04:03 AM
Vote recount flawed system "Alan I don't see any flaw in the counting process, though perhaps in the reasoning for a recount. All parties knew that the counting method was going to be exactly the same as last time. What did they expect to happen? Einstein said "Insanity: doin"
Comment by Rob Dunn-Dufault
Ash borers
City says check for emerald ash borers
The city is asking Guelph residents to help manage the emerald ash borer infestation by checking their ash trees.
Last call for federal Conservative nominees
Anyone considering running to be the Conservative candidate in Guelph in this year’s federal election has until Thursday to file nominations papers.
Royal Gardens
John F. Ross can dig it
Rosslyn Bentley leaving hospice
Hospice Wellington executive director Rosslyn Bentley is resigning as of June 8.
Road construction
Five construction areas you might want to avoid
It’s the season for roadwork, which promises progress but can mean short-term headaches for drivers.
Grade 10 civics project gives street level lessons
Centennial Collegiate students transcended the classroom and became advocates for their community through a civics project. It resulted in them awarding $5,000 to Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis.
Experiences and work treating Cystic Fibrosis part of public meeting
Cystic fibrosis survivor and professional body builder James Cameron will speak about his experiences with the deadly disease at a public talk May 25.
Locally-written book celebrates every day heroes
Local author Kevin Cahill will launch his inspirational book about the power of compassion and kindness on May 27.
Carbon Bubble author gives talk
Economist and author Jeff Rubin will share his thoughts on climate change, tar sands and Canada’s environmental future at Lakeside Hope House May 27.
Guelph Little Theatre season finale
Guelph Little Theatre’s supernatural thriller, An Inspector Calls, will open May 22.
Guelph harpist gives free concert on Friday
Harpist Shannon Kingsbury will play a free concert at the civic museum May 22, as part of the Fourth Friday series.
Performance arts adventure Sunday
A “performance arts walk” to raise funds for the Old Growth Forest project at the Ignatius Jesuit Centre happens on Sunday.
Youth orchestra plays Musicland for All
The Guelph Youth Symphony Orchestra will perform a show called “Musicland for All” on Saturday at Harcourt Memorial United Church.
Celtic orchestra closes season
The Guelph Celtic Orchestra holds its season finale performance and Ceilidh dance on Friday May 22 at the Red Chevron Club.
Dress up, dress down, celebrate
A Toronto band known as Kalmplex will entertain at a free show Friday at Heritage Hall, 83 Essex St.
An invititation for young singers
Guelph Youth Singers is hosting a “Bring-A-Friend To Rehearsal” event on Tuesday June 2.
1 to 18 of 500
Guelph Top Jobs