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New U of G facility saves the loss of plant diversity
A research facility where scientists can preserve and restore threatened plants was officially opened at the University of Guelph on Wednesday.
Urbacon
City hall call on appeal of Urbacon suit due mid-July
A decision by city council on whether to appeal the Urbacon judgment won’t come until at least mid-July.
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Saturday, July, 12, 2014 - 3:03:02 PM
Guest Editorial: Making Guelph a Better Place "Yes! And support your local Arts Council! As Astero says "arts improve a community's well-being.""
Comment by Pandora
Saturday, July, 12, 2014 - 1:01:14 AM
City lockout of transit workers begins at 12:01 a.m. Monday "LOL amazing how they don't tell you all they are taking away... it's a two page list. If anyone actually thought for a second that all they are doing is giving money out is a joke"
Comment by vio
Wednesday, July, 09, 2014 - 12:12:28 AM
Foes of Guelph Transit ads should respond with their own "What is wrong with people?? To say that the abortion ads on the Guelph transit is disgusting is taking it to the extreme. One of the ad states, "Why abortion when there are alternatives!" Where is the wrong in that??? I agree with you Julian if t"
Comment by crystal
Parking proposals far-reaching
These are the seven changes being proposed by city staff to make the city’s parking operation self-sustaining, along with the projected additional revenue over 20 years for each change.
Downtown parking
Hefty price to pay for parkades
An end to free on-street downtown parking, a permit system for parking on nearby residential streets and a new levy on downtown property owners are among proposals in a highly ambitious parking plan under development at city hall.
Great Dane attack prompts advisory
Police are reminding dog owners that it is their responsibility to control their pets at all times after a two-year-old child was attacked by a Great Dane on Vanier Drive.
Second degree murder charge
Police have charged a man with second degree murder in relation to the death of his baby boy nearly two years ago.
World Fair medal
Sleeman medallion up for auction
It’s a little piece of Sleeman family and Sleeman brewing history and it’s up for sale.
Baket Street
Investment fund for Baker Street fading
City hall has taken its foot off the gas pedal and is not pushing forward now with an economic investment fund to be used in redeveloping the Baker Street Parking Lot.
City takes time to mull ruling, possible appeal
The city now has the reasons that it was found liable in the Urbacon court case, but the city has no plans to comment on those reasons just yet.
Guelph Heritage District
Meeting answers heritage district questions
People living within and near the proposed Brooklyn and College Hill Heritage Conservation District can find out how it would work and provide their comments at a community meeting on Tuesday.
July start for farmhouse demolition
Demolition of the Wilson farmhouse is expected to start in July and should be finished by early August, city hall says.
Police warn pet owners the heat's on
Guelph police are warning of the dangers of leaving pets in cars on hot days, after responding to three complaints of dogs left in cars on Monday, bringing the total to 10 this month.
Guelph election roundup
Incumbents running again in Ward 6; Two candidates in Ward 1 and Veteran teacher vies for seat on Catholic board
City to streamline holding companies
City council has approved in principle the amalgamation of Guelph Hydro Inc. with the city’s municipal holding company, Guelph Municipal Holdings Inc.
Evening tackles political apathy
Michael Macmillan, the co-author of a book about politics in Canada, will be at The Bookshelf eBar on June 25 for a discussion on the need to become more politically aware and politically active.
Gryohon statue unveiling Saturday
A new statue at the corner of Stone Road and Gordon Street that will greet visitors to the University of Guelph will be unveiled Saturday morning.
MP aims to streamline after-death related rules
Local MP Frank Valeriote wants the federal government to make it easier and cheaper for Canadians to deal with the government in the aftermath of a death.
1014 provincial election
Majority government big relief for Sandals
Liz Sandals says she’s looking forward to four years of majority government instead of a Liberal minority government situation that could have been “quite horrifying.”
 
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