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Guest Editorial – Making Guelph a Better Place
In many ways, Guelph is a great city with committed people dedicated to ensuring we have a strong economy, good social and health services, educational opportunities, a healthy environment, and a vibrant arts and culture scene.
Not sweetest of sentiments
Guelph Matters column by Chris Clark: Guelph lost a unique bird when Sue Richards died over the long weekend.
Recent Comments
Wednesday, August, 27, 2014 - 9:09:35 PM
Guelph is not Toronto "let's put the taxpayer first...sounds good to me"
Comment by george gary carere
Tuesday, August, 26, 2014 - 3:03:50 PM
Guelph is not Toronto "Yes, he sounds an awful lot like Rob Ford. Toronto's experience shows that one Rob Ford is more than enough."
Comment by Tim Allman
Monday, August, 25, 2014 - 2:02:49 PM
Seventh hat in ring "Wow, does this guy ever need a dose of reality! He sounds like Stephen Harper -- discredited ideology trumps facts every time."
Comment by Tim Allman
Privatization not a good idea
Dear Editor:In response to Robert G. Crook, saying that Guelph Transit should be privatized (Tribune, July 19), I don’t know where he gets the idea that a private corporation could do better in providing a transit system for Guelph.
Cleanup a community effort
Dear Editor: I am the organizer of the first Adopt Niska Road cleanup initiative.
Merit in shared housing report
Editorial: In the latest city hall report on the contentious issue of whether or not to license shared rental housing, staff make a convincing case for an alternative approach – and for an additional $150,000 a year needed to make it work well.
Locomotive restoration all for naught?
Dear Editor: With the multi-year restoration of Locomotive 6167 now on display on Farquhar Street (Tribune, July 24), one item that has been a cause for concern for many Guelph residents recently is the lack of a fence around the locomotive.
Leave Quarrie out of city hall mess
Dear Editor: As a citizen and former Ward 2 councillor (from 2003-2006), I am disgusted by part of the public City of Guelph apology approved by nine current city councillors at the July 14 council meeting regarding the costs of the new city hall.
Lockout silence is golden
Guelph Matters column by Chris Clark: Sheesh. Try and take a couple of weeks off and the wheels fall off Guelphtown.
Shiny new HQ it’s not
East enders should know coyote prowling for prey
Dear Editor: You may be interested to know that a coyote has been seen in the Grange Hill area this past week.
Canada geese ruining park as playground experience
Dear Editor: Our son and daughter-in-law came to Guelph to visit yesterday with our two grandchildren, one 17 months old and one six weeks old.
Locked out transit workers being bullied by city hall
Dear Editor: The unionized workers at Guelph Transit are not being treated fairly by city hall.
Bus riders left in the lurch
Dear Editor: I am a regular transit user. I am bewildered how city hall decides on a Sunday night to lock out Guelph Transit workers and suspend bus service on Monday morning.
It's not collective bargaining
Dear Editor: I am extremely disappointed with the way that Mayor Karen Farbridge, CAO Ann Pappert and the City of Guelph have vilified the Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 1189 in the media for rejecting the city’s offer.
Privatize Guelph Transit
Dear Editor: The time has arrived for the City of Guelph to sell off 100 per cent of Guelph Transit to a totally private corporation.
Too much ado about a parking spot at new store
Up for Debate column by Jessica Lovell
Let's get city buses rolling
Editorial: Let’s hope Monday’s joint announcement that the two sides in the current transit lockout will meet this week is the beginning of the end of the Guelph Transit shutdown.
An eye-opening experience
My First Hillside column by Laurie Snell: It’s not very often that in one weekend I try tightrope walking, juggling, dancing, attend multiple concerts, see a group of violinists, eat way too much food or go on a mini-hike.
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