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What's the fuss about?
I have read the long, literate, passionate letters complaining about the Bell utility box at the edge of St. George's Park (Tribune, Oct. 23).
New mayor, new moniker
During the 2014 mayoral campaign, Cam Guthrie's first platform pledge was: Limiting tax increases to the Rate Of Inflation Or Less (ROIOL) by controlling excessive spending and borrowing.
Recent Comments
Thursday, October, 23, 2014 - 5:05:48 PM
Two wrongs don't make a right "[The ad, while in very poor taste, appears to be within legal bounds. ] Really? [[There is no requirement that the sponsorship of an ad be revealed as part of the ad.] There certainly is, and under two Ontario Acts. Here’s from the Ontario M"
Comment by stephen
Tuesday, October, 21, 2014 - 2:02:47 PM
Attack ad enflames mayoral debate "I was really surprised to see Farbridge take out that dirty attack ad. She has always taken the high road and I wonder if desperation has set in. I also heard she fired her campaign manager. As a former Farbridge supporter I can't vote for someone th"
Comment by doormansonny
Monday, October, 20, 2014 - 1:01:19 AM
Mayor didn't answer condo call "Gary - Who are the so called experts that you claim to quote? You moved into a condo and didn't like the cost and now blame the city? Funny that Guthrie's platform is taxation and how he will magically make it fair. BTW - you live in a city where a"
Comment by jamie561
Not a very promising start
Looking at the Trib last night (Oct. 28), I can’t help but be dismayed at the way things are being portrayed already.
Stop with 'us versus them'
I am very disappointed with Coun. Leanne Piper.
Editorial: Prospects intriguing
Guelph voters have delivered an intriguing ballot-box message, defeating three-term mayor Karen Farbridge while also electing several of her supporters – perhaps enough of these so-called “progressives” to hold majority power, if they choose to exercise it, in a city hall where Guelph’s new mayor will have just one vote among 13.
Guelph Matters: Changing of the guard
Congratulations to Cam Guthrie on being elected the next mayor of Guelph.
All’s left is the voting
Guelph Matters column by Chris Clark: Well, this is our last edition before Monday’s election.
Debates and slates
Editorial: At Monday’s last big debate for mayoral candidates, Karen Farbridge noted during her closing remarks that most Ontarians voted in June’s provincial election “against the austerity agenda” of Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak.
Last volley of election letters to the editor
Eight letters to the editor ranging from GrassRoots Guelph to Mark Twain.
Two wrongs don't make a right
Guelph Matters column by Chris Clark: Trib world blew up real good last week when we ran an unattributed Karen Farbridge advertisement slagging mayoral foe Cam Guthrie.
Early turnout holds promise
Editorial: Guelph’s first test of online voting seems to be going well. Online votes already outnumber the 3,036 votes cast in person at the advance polls that closed Sunday.
Election Letters to the Editor
Nine letters to editor covering everything from attack ads to weak arguments in the Guelph and Wellington Development Association advertorials on housing in Guelph:
Nasty bit of business
Editorial: How much of a factor will the so-called “Guelph Factor” be in the outcome of the Oct. 27 civic election?
Sidewalk takes painful tolll
Dear Editor: I want to add my concern about Guelph’s sidewalks.
City hall action needed on overhead air traffic
Dear Editor: I’m writing about Waterloo airport noise complaints.
Election Letters to the Editor
Three letters covering debate absenteeism, robocalls and Guelph library compared to others:
A most civil discourse
Guelph Matters column by Chris Clark: Where’s the juice?
The will of what people?
Dear Editor: I am responding to the GrassRoots Guelph ad in the Oct. 9 Guelph Tribune.
 
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