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Not going to be fooled again
Dear Editor: The Tribune headline story “Grassroots group draws line in sand” (Tribune, Sept. 23) raises questions.
Politics of division and anger
Dear Editor: The Sept. 23 Tribune features a lot of coverage of the GrassRoots Guelph group, and the language is not at all pleasant: “line in the sand,” “no middle ground” and so on.
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
Mix it up in debates
Editorial: They’re off.
Say what? A promise is kept
Editorial: The government announcement that Metrolinx is buying a 53-kilometre section of CN track through Guelph for $76 million is a happy case of an election promise quickly kept.
The Guelph Factor is a positive
Dear Editor: While in B.C., I recently gave a couple the lowdown on Guelph. They had been living in Squamish for about a dozen years but missed Ontario.
Taxes enrich communities
Dear Editor: I have been hearing many people talking about high taxes.
Should be good debate
Editorial: Civic election debates moderated by the Guelph Chamber of Commerce’s president and televised repeatedly on Rogers channel 20 start tonight (Sept. 23).
And on the right side of fence
Guelph Matters column by Chris Clark: I left the GrassRoots Guelph barbecue last week pleasantly surprised.
Election signage a blight dwarfing real civic debate
Dear Editor: Guelph is embarking on a municipal election in October which has resulted in the predictable signage spree by electoral hopefuls. I understand that signage, without a doubt, can generate votes.
Look down the highway to see where city headed
Dear Editor: Guelph’s comparative economic success over the last two decades has been due to a number of fortuitous events, none of them owing to whatever political machine has been at 1 Carden Street.
Window of opportunity to fix Wyndham St. bridge
Dear Editor: Re: Wyndham St. bridge.
Dwindling provincial test scores
Editorial: Parents with children in local public schools deserve answers to a couple of big questions in light of the Education Quality and Accountability Office’s latest board and school-by-school results in the EQAO’s annual “3Rs” testing.
Development association stand curious
Dear Editor: The Guelph and Wellington Development Association’s ‘advertorial’ (Tribune, Sept 11) provides for interesting reading, but raises more questions than information provided.
Large number of cats missing in west end
Dear Editor: I am writing to alert people living in the west end of Guelph that there has been an extraordinary number of cats go missing in the Westwood/Willow and surrounding area.
Beautiful city gardens money well spent
Dear Editor: Through your paper I would like to thank the people responsible for the city gardens.
Politicians must give voters a reason to go to the polls
The View From Here column by Alan Pickersgill: People in Scotland voted in an independence referendum today. As I write this, I have no idea of the vote outcome.
Colourful cast of characters
Guelph Matters column by Chris Clark: Municipal candidates are colouring our world with all the election signs sprinkled throughout the city.
School boards big part of our lives
Editorial: There is little glory or money these days in being a school trustee.
 
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