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Attend public meeting to keep Guelph great
Dear Editor: City hall is doing a great job by working on the driver education issue (Tribune, May 23). This is a very serious matter.
Dancing for dollars
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Wednesday, August, 27, 2014 - 9:09:35 PM
Guelph is not Toronto "let's put the taxpayer first...sounds good to me"
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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."
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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
Fireworks are terrifying
Dear Editor: I just returned from another walk with my greyhound that left her terrified and shaking. She is afraid of the sound of fireworks.
Remedy for nasty allergies
Dear Editor: Thank you Jessica Lovell for sharing my allergy grief (Up for Debate, Tribune, May 16).
Sickening sense of entitlement
The View from Here column by Alan Pickersgill: I am growing increasingly sickened by the bloated sense of entitlement going around these days.
Expending good energy
Editorial: It’s nice to see that the price of hauling and disposing of Guelph’s nonrecyclable and noncompostable waste will go down, not up, in a new 10-year contract that goes to council for approval next Monday.
Sad city developments
Dear Editor: Who will bear this albatross of the City of Guelph’s decision to ‘grow the city’ regardless of disappearing water supply, increasing (and potentially unmanageable) sewage requirements and its decision not to pipe in required water supplies.
MPP out to lunch? Yes
Dear Editor: Two issues have been in the works for a long time now, and Guelph provincial and city politics are in life-blind mind-lock on each.
Optimism to the fore
Editorial: Although Guelph-based Linamar Corp. continues to roll along in impressive fashion, recent years have generally not been good for the manufacturing industry in Ontario.
Bad allergies and a cold to boot
Up for Debate column by Jessica Lovell: ’ve never had an allergy test, but the way I suffer, I can’t imagine that there is much in the category of seasonal, air-borne allergens that I am not allergic to, and this year I’ve been hit hard.
Health care not just matter of efficiencies
Dear editor: We have been following with interest the many public comments and news editorials on the closure of the pacemaker clinic at Guelph General Hospital.
Two acts of kindness show city's a special place
Dear Editor: I want to thank two thoughtful and resourceful strangers who have helped me recover some lost items.
Guelph loses some good'uns
Guelph Matters column by Chris Clark: Guelph recently lost a trio of community stalwarts in Ross Irwin, Sandra Bond and Gordon Hall.
City founder fans rejouce
Editorial: His statue has stood in front of the old city hall (now a courthouse) since 1979, but official recognition of city founder John Galt has been a bit spotty.
Scramble for daycare users
Editorial: You have to feel sorry for the 55 families affected by the closing – again – of the Willowdale Child Care and Learning Centre.
Background check experience unprofessional
Dear Editor: I want to comment on some experiences I had while undergoing a required local background check to travel for work.
Quarry issue is political
Dear Editor: Letter writer Tom Klein Beernink is angry that Mike Schreiner, the Green Party leader for Ontario and the candidate for the Guelph riding, has tried to claim ownership of the Dolime quarry issue for political gain (Tribune, May 7).
Cutbacks pain park-goer
Dear Editor: To all Guelph park lovers: it has been brought to my attention that there are large cutbacks to keep up our parks – to the tune of $50,000.
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