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Another traffic trouble spot
Dear Editor: I’m pleased to see a reduction in speed limits around schools (Tribune, April 1).
Fast track to Scotland
Dear Editor: I am so grateful to the Guelph Tribune for helping me to trace the Frame family and for the speed in which you did it (Tribune letters, April 1).
Recent Comments
Monday, April, 07, 2014 - 8:08:42 PM
Kovach retires after 23 years on council "Actually news of Kovach's retirement was exclusively reported by Guelph Today. http://guelphtoday.typepad.com/guelphtoday/2014/04/after-23-years-gloria-kovach-to-retire-from-guelph-council.html"
Comment by ScottJTracey
Sunday, March, 09, 2014 - 1:01:19 PM
Make election laws more inclusive: Mayor "Given that the federal government has little to do with cities and is desperately trying to divest themselves of any residual contact with this level of government, citizenship seems to be a meaningless criterion for voting in municipal elections. Pe"
Comment by Tim Allman
Thursday, March, 06, 2014 - 4:04:42 PM
Make election laws more inclusive: Mayor "I think Guelph joining Toronto and hopefully Kitchener in this petition would be brilliant. Permanent "Residents" reside among us, paying the same taxes and sharing the local concerns of citizens. Of course they should have a vote in municipal electi"
Comment by Dennis Galon
Status quo is not an option
Editorial: City hall scored a shining success with its makeover of Carden Street and creation of the adjacent Market Square, which bustles with free skating in winter and splash pad activity in summer.
Changing of the guard
Guelph Matters column by Chris Clark: It’s always sad when shopkeepers shutter their businesses.
Political ideology not part of concerns about council
Uncommon Sense column by Greg Elliott: itizen, taxpayer, rent payer, ratepayer, candlestick maker.
A big blow to city hall
Editorial: It was no surprise to city hall that it faced a lawsuit from Urbacon Buildings Group after the city fired the general contractor in September 2008 from the twin projects to build a new city hall and turn the old one into a courthouse.
Spring ahead of its time
Guelph Matters column by Chris Clark: Even though we have enjoyed a couple of relatively warm days under sunny skies, I am not letting my dukes down.
No parking on side streets can be good thing for some
Dear Editor: Kiel Moreau’s lament over an abrupt loss of free parking on New Street strikes me as typical of the entitlement assumptions so common today (Tribune letters, March 27).
Looking for dear old friend who emigrated to Guelph
I wonder if Guelph Tribune readers could help me contact a very old dear friend I lost contact with some years ago.
Bin system heads her way, how did you cope this winter?
Dear Editor: I have been wondering how people have been managing their garbage bins this winter.
Bylaw seems to be working
Editorial: In late March of 2013, city council embraced one part of a proposed public nuisance bylaw.
Spring awakening shows how good city’s got it
Dear Editor: My grandchildren were a blessing in this time of change in Guelph.
Infrastructure should be city’s top concern
Dear Editor: I am wondering how we can continue to bounce around on some of the worst roads in the province and yet there is talk of a new recreation centre for the south end (Tribune, March 18).
Spolight on sore sight
Editorial: It’s hard to deny it’s a really cool-looking building.
Communication 101: Be on same page
Up for Debate column by Jessica Lovell: WTF? Why the fuss?
Sudden parking enforcement discriminatory
Dear Editor: I am one of many residents who unfortunately do not have a driveway
Lots of questions about new Guelph police HQ
Dear Editor:The front-page article “All options on the table for future police HQ” (Tribune, March 14) is an interesting read, to say the least.
Guelph should be alarmed by short-term loan stores
Dear Editor: A recent article in the U.K. Guardian newspaper spoke about the huge increase in high-street businesses selling short-term loans.
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