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Shaky start to the year
Editorial: It’s early days yet, so it may be difficult to tell whether Project Safe Semester is having the desired impact on alcohol-related rowdiness in the city.
New central library’s role benefits all city branches
Dear Editor: Bullfrog library user Judith Wilkins misunderstands the relationship between a central library and its branches (“Library Thinking Wrong,” Aug. 26) in her response to public library CEO Kitty Pope’s excellent piece about the benefits of library systems especially in this electronic age (Tribune Aug. 12)
Recent Comments
Thursday, September, 18, 2014 - 6:06:59 PM
Residents want Niska Road area to be preserved "Not just the residents - I love having this area close to work. It's a place of serenity one is able to reconnect with nature and oneself. Seriously, STOP PAVING OVER OUR GREENLANDS!"
Comment by ruseeryus
Thursday, September, 18, 2014 - 5:05:22 PM
Politicians must give voters a reason to go to the polls "It seems fairly obvious who you speak highly of, while attempting to degrade Cam Guthrie and his campaign at the same time. I prefer to speak of optimism. I went to Cam Guthrie’s free BBQ last week. I got the chance to shake his hand ask some qu"
Comment by stuburke
Wednesday, September, 17, 2014 - 4:04:52 PM
School boards big part of our lives "Trustees are closest to children's needs and parents' concerns - we need all their input and more - our system was built on the work of trustees, Vote for sure"
Comment by george gary carere
Homeowner blindsided by no notification of costly bill
Dear Editor: I have been getting phone calls from Reliance Home Comfort trying to talk me into staying with them or not to trust the other company coming to my door.
Let plane complaints fly
I think Chris Wood’s response to the airplane noise complaints is misleading (Tribune, Aug. 26).
Time to take city back
Dear EDitor: What was the point of having city council vote on St. George’s Square with no substance to it other than “it’s round”?
Campaign rhetoric begins
Dear Editor: Well, here we go.
Debt and taxes worrisome
Dear Editor: As a homeowner and landlord paying extremely high taxes in Guelph, it scares me that this city is putting every taxpayer further and further in debt with unnecessary building projects and frivolous spending (Downtown roundabout, sculptures? Really?)
Square up for debate
Editorial: One of the final votes of this term of council came last week when a vision for a redesigned St. George’s Square was endorsed 7-5, with Coun. Lise Burcher absent.
New-look council a lock
Guelph Matters column by Chris Clark: Okee-dokee all you political junkies.
Accident spotlights road dangers
Dear Editor: I would like to thank the witness who stopped and the people who came out of their houses with food and beverages for the people involved in an accident Aug. 22 at the corner of Edinburgh Road South and Paisley Road.
‘Big picture’ politics reaps rewards
Dear Editor: Recently, David Suzuki recognized Guelph as one of four Canadian cities leading the way in taking action on climate change (Beacon News, July 24, 2014).
Program tried and true
Editorial: It’s a sure sign that fall is approaching when it’s announced that the “Safe Semester” program of road closures and other measures in the downtown bar district is again going into effect.
It's a bird – no, a plane
Editorial: The evidence might be only anecdotal at this point, but Guelph residents are noticing more noise from airplanes these days.
Library thinking wrong
Dear Editor: In response to CEO Kitty Pope’s call for a new downtown mega library (Tribune, Aug. 12), I propose a major expansion of the north end Bullfrog Mall branch.
Guelph is not Toronto
Dear Editor: I recently received a robocall from Councillor Cam Guthrie.
Why the lack of concern about coyotes?
Dear Editor: While glancing through the Guelph Tribune I was surprised to see a letter about a coyote in the Guelph city limits (Tribune, Aug.12).
Editorial: Long road to civic vote
It seems a long time ago that Coun. Cam Guthrie emerged with badly reddened ears from an outdoor news conference on a bitterly cold day, where he announced in his west end ward that he’s running for mayor.
Letter to the editor: Etiquette expectations not same across board
I am responding to Mr. Evan Supple’s letter, “Restaurant dress code perpetuates inequality” (Tribune, Aug. 14).
 
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