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Forum examines child care issues
Child care is a concern for Guelph families, who rely on a mix of market-based, not-for-profit and public daycare services.
French immnersion
Tytler a school again for French immersion
School board officials are backing a solution to overcrowding issues at Edward Johnson school that they say has the most community support.
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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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U of Guelph hires new vice-president external
The University of Guelph has filled a vice-president’s post that has been vacant since 2012, while adding to the post’s areas of responsibility.
Assisted suicide
Suicide ruling means tough parliamentary challenges: Valeriote
Guelph MP Frank Valeriote believes when it comes to assisted suicide, the community is split down the middle. From his personal experiences, though, he’s against it.
Laptops for all Grade 9 students at Centennial
Centennial Collegiate is the first high school in the Upper Grand District School Board to put a laptop into the hands of every Grade 9 student.
Earlier ‘right sizing’ means schools safe
Despite its declining enrolment, the local public school board says Guelph area residents shouldn’t have to worry about their schools closing.
web-nurses
Striking nurses seek respect and wage hike
All Waterloo-Wellington’s care coordinators say they’re asking for is a small wage increase and respect.
Arkell Road neighbours pleased with new plan
A developer that was accused last spring of trying to cram too many residential units onto an Arkell Road site now occupied by four houses will return to council Monday with a new, scaled-down plan.
Eden Mills Writers' Festival
Eden Mills church donated to writers' festival
A former church has been donated to the Eden Mills Writers’ Festival, leaving it where few such organizations have gone before.
County budget sees 2.8% tax hike
Wellington County council has approved a 2015 budget with a 2.8% increase to the county portion of the property taxes of county residents.
Service continues despite strike
Despite an ongoing nurses’ strike, the Waterloo Wellington Community Care Access Centre says it will continue to provide service to its clients.
Neighbourhood rinks remains in play for now
Mayor Cam Guthrie is hailing what’s being described as an interim solution to the fate of an unauthorized rink built by neighbours on city property in a south end neighbourhood.
Don’t sell to developer, group says
In opposition to the St. Matthias church property rezoning, a south end community group has gone to higher-ups.
French immersion
Board elects group to study immersion
The Upper Grand District School Board has picked five trustees, including all three of its rookies, to serve on a committee that will look at coming up with a new strategy for its French immersion program.
Alleged arson among string of fires
west-end townhouse was allegedly purposely set alight Saturday, making it the third residential fire of the week.
Budget 2014
Mayor backs water increase
The city’s water and wastewater bills will be going up by 4.1 per cent in March, and Mayor Cam Guthrie says this higher-than-inflation increase is justified.
Guelph General Hospital
Guelph General looks into its future
For the first time in 10 years, Guelph General Hospital has embarked on a community consultation blitz as part of forging a new strategic plan that will set the hospital’s focus for the next three years.
City’s new special needs service starts on Monday
BTS Network will replace Red Top as a special needs transportation provider in Guelph.
 
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