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OPP targetting speeders misses mark
Dear Editor: Today I read an article that stated: “OPP officers laid nearly 300,000 speeding charges across the province in 2013.
Majority government not a relief for some
Dear Editor: No doubt the majority government is a huge relief for Liz Sandals and the Ontario Liberal party (Tribune, June 17).
Recent Comments
Friday, August, 01, 2014 - 3:03:59 AM
Chickens home roosting at retirement village "What a wonderful idea ... how very special that the residents are able to enjoy watching the hens during the day. It's so good to see Retirement Villages that think "outside the box" for programs and activities that the residents can enjoy!"
Comment by Tea Time Designs
Thursday, July, 31, 2014 - 10:10:25 PM
Lockout silence is golden "Mr. Clark, At no time during this incredibly frustrating turn of events has the union been " mum" about anything. Members authorized to speak to the press regarding the unions position in all of this have been exhaustively interviewed by the media"
Comment by rbritton
Thursday, July, 31, 2014 - 4:04:16 PM
Don’t call proposal traffic roundabout "The downtown plan which I can't seem to find anymore calls for transit to "serve everyone not just some" and to "serve people looking to go downtown and not just bypass it". We need to have 100 percent of transit riders receiving equal service to the"
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Voters look to future rather than the past
The View from Here column by Alan Pickersgill: There were no big surprises in the June 12 provincial election results.
Statue new city hot spot
Guelph Matters column by Chris Clark: Guelph has a new icon in the form of a mythical creature called a Gryphon on the northeast corner of Gordon Street and Stone Road.
Future of fund as budget item
Editorial: It’s no great surprise that the proposed Guelph Economic Investment Fund, which was much ballyhooed at a special city council meeting in February, wasn’t even discussed at last Wednesday’s follow-up meeting.
Glad buses out of square
Dear Editor: In response to Brian McMullens letter to the editor (Tribune, June 19), I find it incredible that anyone would want the buses back in St. George’s Square.
Guelph Gryphon statue
Online chat about Gryphon statue
The unveiling of the University of Guelph’s newest piece of art was not without a little controversy.
Protecting city heritage
Editorial:With council set to make a final decision by September on creating Guelph’s first heritage conservation district, the city will hold a public open house on Tuesday June 24 at city hall.
City sidewalks marked, now it is time to fix them
Dear Editor: For the last three years, someone from the city works department has come along Candlewood Drive and spray-painted orange paint on all the raised edges of the sidewalks.
Help core businesses, get buses back in square
Dear Editor: When the city held its recent preview of plans for St. George’s Square, the public once again rose up with complaints and business owners with concerns about further loss of business (Tribune, June 5).
Now's the time for Sandals to make her mark
Editorial: After a hard-fought campaign, Liz Sandals ended up Thursday night where she has been every election night starting in 2003 – with over 40 per cent of the vote in Guelph and everyone else eating her dust.
Vote for who you want rather than against who you don’t
Dear Editor: From what I’ve heard, the surprising shift in seats after Thursday’s election was mainly attributed to strategic voting.
Shout-out to Guelph workers who came to the aid of picnic
Dear Editor: Our special education department had the opportunity to enjoy a beautiful day at Exhibition Park with a group of our dynamic teens and their ever-devoted Best Buddies.
Wonderful surprise in mailbox
Dear Editor: I have never done this before. But I was hoping to maybe have a little thank you note in the paper.
Guelph Matters
Countryside jaunts uncover old haunts
Guelph Matters column by Chris Clark: One of our guilty pleasures is going for Sunday drives, as they were once known.
Anniversary should be real ball
Editorial: The 50th anniversary of the University of Guelph is hitting its peak, and quite a peak it is.
City should lead by example
Dear Editor: I’m wondering if someone at city hall can tell me why the whole of downtown Guelph was sprayed with the toxic pesticide Fiesta.
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