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Nasty neighbours
A neighbourly dispute turned sour Monday morning after two men allegedly damaged each other’s apartment doors.
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Speedvale recommendation does not include bike lanes
A city council committee is recommending council approve a staff recommendation that would see a section of Speedvale Road East rebuilt without bike lanes.
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Monday, July, 27, 2015 - 11:11:23 PM
No budget target may give mayor pause now but this story isn’t over "Guthrie shouldn't have made promises he couldn't keep. He is, after all, just one vote on council."
Comment by Tim Allman
Tuesday, July, 21, 2015 - 11:11:38 PM
Guelph residents pressure Elections Canada to reopen robocall investigation "Another very well reported story by Doug Hallett. Although some may argue that this effort is political, an anti-Conservative move, I suggest that the fact this robocall fiasco still hangs around the Con's neck is the failure of the party to come cle"
Comment by Dennis Galon
Tuesday, July, 21, 2015 - 5:05:26 PM
Speedvale recommendation does not include bike lanes "[...] voted 7-5 Monday night to follow city staff’s recommendation that a section of Speedvale east of Woolwich Street be rebuilt with four full-size car lanes – [...]"
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Guelph General marking successes
Guelph General Hospital is celebrating its success in a number of areas, including reducing wait times in its emergency department.
Warning issued on fire code regs
The Guelph Fire Department has issued a reminder and a warning to city residents, landlords and business owners about complying with the Ontario Fire Code as well as the municipal fire prevention bylaw, which restricts outdoor and recreational fires.
Lots of thoughts on Speedvale
Close to 50 people have sent messages to city hall weighing in on the future of a section of Speedvale Avenue East, and they are overwhelmingly against a proposal to cut the number of traffic lanes there.
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Downtown free parking reconsidered
A city hall plan to eliminate free two-hour parking on downtown streets as part of a major parking overhaul in Guelph’s core will be discussed at a special city council workshop next Tuesday evening.
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Photos galore
Liberal leader Justin Trudeau, a surprise visitor at Guelph’s Canada Day festivities in Riverside Park, posed for a lot of photos, including this one with Dante Rachiele, 11, at left, and his cousin Aidan Rachiele, 8.
Input sought on Speedvale
Mayor Cam Guthrie is urging Guelph residents to get involved in the debate over a possible narrowing of Speedvale Avenue, so that council hears from both sides before making a decision in July.
Food truck
Arrival of food trucks are an 'OK' away
Food trucks are coming to Guelph in a big way if council approves sweeping changes being recommended by city staff to the way food is sold outdoors in Guelph.
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A monument to human effort and humanity
What Lt.-Col. John McCrae did after he penned In Flanders Fields is as remarkable as the poem itself.
Mayor, city staff not eye to eye on property tax
Mayor Cam Guthrie’s drive to tie property tax increases to the inflation rate isn’t being supported by city staff.
Declining enrolment hits high school staffing
Sixteen high school teaching jobs are being phased out at the local public school board, which expects to have about 500 fewer students in the next school year.
City hopes to mend fences with Wellington County
City council has backed a move by Mayor Cam Guthrie to mend ties with the county that were broken five years ago under former mayor Karen Farbridge.
Swimming top
City hall won’t enforce its swimming top policy
City hall announced Wednesday that it won’t enforce its policy requiring girls over the age of four to wear a swimming top while it reviews the policy.
U of G
A matter of degrees for U of G graduate
In her future office, University of Guelph graduate Kaitlyn McGlade plans to hang her degrees so everyone can see not only her post-secondary education, but also her academic achievements and areas of interest.
Speedvale reconstruction
Speedvale Avenue debate gridlocked
Council is looking seriously at cutting the number of car lanes on a busy stretch of Speedvale Avenue, despite warnings from staff that this could lead to very long traffic queues on Speedvale east of Woolwich Street.
City hall ramps up plans for bike park
Mayor Cam Guthrie is among the enthusiasts for a proposal to have the city build a bike park somewhere in the city where BMX and mountain bike riders can come together and test their skills.
Mump cases continue to climb
Fourteen cases of the mumps have been confirmed, mostly in Guelph’s high school population, says Public Health.
 
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