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Bike thefts remain high
Guelph Police received 32 reports of stolen bicycles in October and have received four reports of such thefts so far for November, a news release said.
Paramedic programs aim to help out seniors
Guelph is getting $220,000 from the province to create programs that will see paramedics working to improve access to home care and support services for seniors and patients with chronic conditions.
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Tuesday, August, 25, 2015 - 8:08:08 PM
Townhouses now proposed instead of condo "Please excuse autocorrect... above should be CANNOT be trusted"
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Tuesday, August, 25, 2015 - 7:07:41 PM
Townhouses now proposed instead of condo "This is such a crock. An out of town development firm playing bully and his last quote just proves it. Do it our way or else. I will never buy anything this firm builds just on principle ... am pretty sure they can be trusted with the stance they ha"
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Tuesday, August, 25, 2015 - 4:04:02 PM
Distracted driving fines get more severe "I hope the new rule concerning the pedestrian crossing will prompt the City of Guelph to review the timing of traffic lights. Under the present rules, if you are the third vehicle in cue, it can take 2 lights to clear the Neeve/Wellington intersectio"
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Down goes trustee pay
The downward trend in what trustees at the Upper Grand District School Board earn will continue in 2015, reflecting an ongoing decline in student enrolment at the board.
Foul play not suspected in death
Police do not suspect foul play is involved in the death of a 71-year-old woman who was found outside the west parkade on Monday evening.
Innovation Guelph expands
Outgoing Guelph Chamber of Commerce president Lloyd Longfield is one of three new entrepreneurship experts being added to the roster of business mentors hired by Innovation Guelph.
New device for ambulances
The local ambulance service has equipped its vehicles with a device that can be used as a last resort in certain emergency situations.
Greyhound bus routes remain intact but trip frequencies cut back
Greyhound bus riders who’ve noticed they can’t catch a bus out of Guelph at the same time they used to have low ridership to blame.
Guelph council
Council votes of 7-6 should be rare, says Wettstein
Re-elected Ward 6 councillor Karl Wettstein says he doesn’t consider himself part of a “progressive team” that might wield the balance of power in the next term of council through a series of 7-6 votes – with mayor-elect Cam Guthrie on the losing side of such votes.
New plaque at McCrae House
The John McCrae Memorial Gardens and Cenotaph is getting a new historical plaque to commemorate In Flanders Fields author Lt. Col. John McCrae.
Halloween no treat
Halloween weekend turned out to be a busy one for police dealing with impaired driving in the city.
Guelph and Wellington Task Force for Poverty Elimination
Task force asks employers to think about living wages
This week is national Living Wage Week, and the Guelph and Wellington Task Force for Poverty Elimination is asking local employers and residents to consider what it costs to live reasonably in the community.
Guelph votes
Recount dictates balance of power
A recount to be done by the end of November to verify a Ward 3 spot on council could determine the balance of power in the new council headed by mayor-elect Cam Guthrie.
City buoyed by healthy voter turnout
Guelph saw a big jump in voter turnout in 2014.
Wellington county election results
Wellington County has released unofficial results for Monday’s civic elections in its seven townships, including the people elected from the townships to sit on county council for the next four years.
GrassRoots Guelph laments divisions
The head of the GrassRoots Guelph political action organization is disappointed with the results of the race for ward seats on the council that will serve along with the city’s new mayor, Cam Guthrie.
Tribune Photo By Jessica Lovell
Guthrie looks to build bridges with new council
Mayor-elect Cam Guthrie says he plans to be a leader who will give equal account to the ideas of all councillors, not just those whose vision aligns with his.
Tribune Photo By Doug Hallett
No regrets for Farbridge
Karen Farbridge, who became Guelph’s first female mayor in 2000, thanked her supporters Monday for helping her serve as the city’s mayor for a total of 11 years.
Rookie candidates survey the landscape
Some new friendships were made, unique people met and some long laneways were travelled along the campaign trail of the 2014 municipal election.
 
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