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Electricity demands match record as stiffling heat, humidity remain
Guelph Hydro is urging its customers to conserve energy during the current heat wave to relieve some of the stress on the system.
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Guelph man cashes in to the tune of $3 million
Two Guelph men are richer, and one of them is much richer, after winning top lottery prizes.
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Kovach retires after 23 years on council "Actually news of Kovach's retirement was exclusively reported by Guelph Today. http://guelphtoday.typepad.com/guelphtoday/2014/04/after-23-years-gloria-kovach-to-retire-from-guelph-council.html"
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Make election laws more inclusive: Mayor "Given that the federal government has little to do with cities and is desperately trying to divest themselves of any residual contact with this level of government, citizenship seems to be a meaningless criterion for voting in municipal elections. Pe"
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Make election laws more inclusive: Mayor "I think Guelph joining Toronto and hopefully Kitchener in this petition would be brilliant. Permanent "Residents" reside among us, paying the same taxes and sharing the local concerns of citizens. Of course they should have a vote in municipal electi"
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One-of-a-kind bicycle unveiled Saturday
What’s being described as the world’s first two-wheel bicycle that converts instantly into a stroller will be unveiled and demonstrated in downtown Guelph on Saturday morning.
Quarry water petition hits 1,500-plus names
Ontario Green Party leader Mike Schreiner, who will run in Guelph in the next provincial election, has gathered 1,575 names of local residents on a petition demanding that the province do more to protect the city’s water supply from operations at the Dolime quarry site.
West end stabbing sees son charged
A west end resident was taken to hospital with multiple stab wounds Monday, and her 21-year-old son is facing a charge of attempted murder.
Pair of tourism services proposals come in to city
The proposals are in and the city now has two potential choices for organizations to run its tourism services.
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City hall savings a toughie
City hall staff don’t seem to be having an easy time finding $500,000 worth of efficiency savings in the city’s budget this year, as they were told to do when council set the 2013 operating budget last December.
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Late August still target for completion of market renovations
With an on-budget proposal from a contractor in hand, the city is one step closer to completing renovations to the Guelph Farmers’ Market building.
Heat alert for sizzling city
With the regional health unit having issued a heat alert, city hall is reminding people seeking relief that they can go into air-conditioned city facilities and libraries.
Elora teen's body found
Police have recovered the body of an Elora boy who went missing while tubing with friends last Wednesday.
Costco closer to fast-tracking construction
A city council committee is recommending that Costco get a weekday-evening exemption to the city’s noise bylaw to help it build a new warehouse big box store before the busy Christmas shopping season.
Daycare remains homeless
A Willow Road daycare centre is still without even a temporary home after it closed its doors because of asbestos two months ago.
Biodiversity centre gets bigger, better
A global hub for DNA barcoding research on the University of Guelph campus is now even bigger with the July 5 official opening of the Centre for Biodiversity Genomics.
Dairy research at U of G gets boost
The Dairy Farmers of Ontario is putting up $3 million for the University of Guelph to keep Ontario and Canada at the forefront of dairy production.
W.C.Wood
Neighbours of W.C. Wood development approve of changes
The Ward Residents’ Association, which has been involved for over three years in plans for redevelopment of the former W.C. Wood industrial property on Arthur Street, says it is largely satisfied with the developer’s latest proposals.
Warning to stay away from rivers
The banks of the Speed and Eramosa rivers are overflowing near Royal City Park and Silvercreek Park, city hall warned Tuesday afternoon.
Downtown Guelph
Wednesday market downtown in works
The Downtown Guelph Business Association plans to start a Wednesday outdoor market in St. George’s Square as a way to help downtown businesses hurt by the temporary move of the Guelph Farmers’ Market to Exhibition Arena.
Ward 3's Laidlaw not running again
When the smoke clears after the civic elections in October of next year, Ward 3 will have a new face and a new top voter-getter.
 
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