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Water protection changes explained
People will have a chance to learn more about an amended provincial plan to protect drinking water sources at an April 9 meeting where they can also provide feedback.
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Wednesday, November, 12, 2014 - 10:10:19 PM
A loss of identity in Canada, now Guelph "I guess I have been living under a delusion in Canada all these years. I was always taught that the essence of democracy was debate and every opinion having the chance to be represented. I am seriously disturbed by the response of the followers of "
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Jaywalking big problem in Guelph "There is no doubt that there are pedestrian/traffic problems in Guelph. The city has doubled since I moved here, and we all feel the growing pains in different ways. As a historical note, did you know that the term "jaywalker" was coined by the auto"
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Guelph Water Services
Freezing temps could see more water line woes
The 257 temporary water lines installed across the city could freeze this weekend, as temperatures drop to well below zero degrees Celsius.
East end school boundary review a go
A boundary review is set to start to determine the boundary for a new French immersion school on the east end’s Couling Crescent, which is expected to open in September 2017.
Bill C-51
Having their say
Lee Wisener hoists one of many signs held high during a rally against the proposed Anti-Terrorism Act, Bill C-51, at the old city hall on Saturday.
Guelph Transit
Transit service re-think
Apparently for the first time ever, Guelph Transit intends to vary its frequency of service depending on the route, as part of a proposed major revamping of the bus system.
Town hall meeting tackles climate change
Guelph residents and businesses are invited to share their perspectives on the province’s newly released Climate Change Decision Paper.
Former mayor remembered as a good person and businessman
A celebration of the life of former Guelph mayor John Counsell, who died last Wednesday at the age of 89, will be held this Friday at St. George’s Anglican Church at 11 a.m.
Swath of trees get the chop for development
About 1,700 trees are to be cut down from a site in the city’s west end before migratory birds begin nesting this spring.
Nurses to join police on car patrol
Mental health nurses will go in police cars in Guelph to respond to mental health emergencies as part of new mental health spending announced by the province.
New hospital parking rates
Guelph General Hospital will have free parking for those parking for 20 minutes or less under a new, more flexible parking system that goes into effect March 24.
Driver not aware his car was on fire
There were no injuries after a car travelling down Alma Street North caught fire Tuesday evening.
Rally fights anti-terrorism bill
A rally against the passage of the proposed Anti-Terrorism Act, Bill C-51, will take place March 14.
Guelph Humane Society
Pet project for U of G students and humane society
The Guelph Humane Society’s new home will be as pleasing to humans as it is to the animals it’s sheltering.
Gueplh 2015 budget
Guthrie stands by budget cut
Mayor Cam Guthrie says he doesn’t think there will be any need this year for the city’s integrity commissioner to investigate the behavior of any member of council.
Frozen pipe issues on decline
The number of properties in Guelph without running water due to frozen pipes was reduced over the weekend to 161, the city says.
2015 Guelph budget
Council up against tough budget choices
When council finalizes the city’s 2015 budget on March 25 it could have trouble sticking to the 3.05% tax increase recommended by city staff, let alone reducing the tax hike to the rate of inflation.
Petrie building
Petrie building buyers are big on restoration
The historic downtown building that was listed last year as one of Canada’s “Top 10 Most Endangered Places” has a new owner with big plans to restore it to its former glory.
 
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