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Another weekend of break and enters
Eight break and enters happened over the course of the weekend.
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Local candidates proud of leaders following debate
The Maclean’s leaders debate on Thursday encompassed a lot of firsts. It was the first debate of the 2015 federal election. It was the first time social media played a huge role in generating discussion (15,000 Canadians were tweeting about #elxn42 and #MacDebate).
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Friday, August, 28, 2015 - 12:12:13 AM
High-ranked bureaucrat leaving Guelph for the Soo "There's something going on at city hall again - why are senior bureaucrats leaving either out the front or back doors? What happened to Bruce Poole?? As a long serving CBO for the City, why is he shown the back door without any explanation??? Seems q"
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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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Retailers lament wine glass half empty at farmers’ market
Despite several wineries’ repeated attempts to entice customers with samples of their best chardonnays, shirazes and merlots, wine sales at the Guelph Farmers’ Market are for the most part doing poorly.
Man arrested for threatening business owner
A man was arrested and charged in the downtown area Wednesday after he threatened a business owner not once, but twice.
Police catch Guelph flasher
Guelph Police arrested the man who allegedly exposed himself to four women in three separate incidents over the course of last fall.
Chief says ‘carding’ part of normal investigative procedure
Of the hundreds of thousands of interactions Guelph Police officers have with the public each year, only “a handful” will end up on a contact card and qualify as a street check, said chief Jeff DeRuyter.
Rolled dump truck closes Wellington Street for several hours Tuesday
Guelph Police blotter for the week of Aug. 2
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Local federal candidates say they're ready for 11-week campaign
All of Guelph’s candidates say they’re ready for the longest federal campaign since 1872.
City wants long-form census reinstated
Council sends letter to federal government.
City approves more parking restrictions
Guelph council has approved a one-year test of new parking restrictions on a stretch of Essex Street near the downtown core.
Local increase in violent crime attributed to 2014 homicides
Guelph's overall crime rate remains low: StatsCan report
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Local thefts of donation boxes possible retaliation over Guelph bylaw, says agency manager
Ten Canadian Diabetes Association Clothesline bins were stolen from Guelph, Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo late last month.
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Nestlé open house eyes Elora water company purchase
Nestlé Waters Canada wants to purchase Middlebook Water Co. to supplement its operations and is holding an Aug. 5 open house for public input.
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Councillor wants to challenge plan to overhaul St. George's Square
A controversial plan to redesign St. George’s Square might be reconsidered by council after all.
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City council considered asking Canada Post to seek permits for mailboxes
Guelph council seeking an immediate halt to installation of community mailboxes.
Graffiti culprit turns himself in
The man who was observed painting graffiti near War Memorial Hall and then fleeing the scene early last week has turned himself in.
Capital renewal fund hit cuts city's prospects on infrastucture
Guelph’s future ability to participate in large provincial and federal infrastructure programs could be at risk due to council’s decision about how to pay for the Urbacon lawsuit settlement.
Infrastructure deficit looming for Guelph
Guelph has to devote more money to capital spending on infrastructure, and it might need to look beyond the regular tax base for funding, city council was told Tuesday.
 
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