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Platforms and policy, not personal attacks
I am interested to see that the latest batch of Conservative Party attack ads have been aimed at Andrew Seagram, the NDP candidate here in Guelph.
Attack ad ‘disgusting’
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Friday, August, 28, 2015 - 12:12:13 AM
High-ranked bureaucrat leaving Guelph for the Soo "There's something going on at city hall again - why are senior bureaucrats leaving either out the front or back doors? What happened to Bruce Poole?? As a long serving CBO for the City, why is he shown the back door without any explanation??? Seems q"
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Tuesday, August, 25, 2015 - 8:08:08 PM
Townhouses now proposed instead of condo "Please excuse autocorrect... above should be CANNOT be trusted"
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Tuesday, August, 25, 2015 - 7:07:41 PM
Townhouses now proposed instead of condo "This is such a crock. An out of town development firm playing bully and his last quote just proves it. Do it our way or else. I will never buy anything this firm builds just on principle ... am pretty sure they can be trusted with the stance they ha"
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Larvicide program does the job
The effectiveness of the Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Health Unit’s larviciding program (done three times annually in the summer) in Guelph’s storm sewer systems is, from my perspective/experience, maintaining its aim of preventing larval mosquitoes from maturing into adults thus reducing the number of mosquitoes.
Modern city includes cycling network
Ed Kurys’ July 30 letter proposes the city should only build off road trails because a) cyclists would be safer and b) Guelph has been been built around the automobile, and “market realities” in Guelph do not encourage the use of bikes as a means of transportation.
Upset by use of term ‘mentally ill’
The front page story of the July 28 edition of the Tribune about Guelph General Hospital adding extra security guards to patrol the ER department said they will be keeping an eye out for mentally ill patients.
Taxpayers on the hook for attempt to discredit group
It is with great regret that my husband and I were singled out by the Compliance Audit Committee (CAC) auditor to explain the role of GrassRoots Guelph (GRG) in the October 27, 2014 civic election.
Square redesign illogical
Discussion of the downtown revitalization is underway again. Now I am a big booster of Guelph’s downtown, as I work there and shop there. I really like the new city hall and the water pad, as well as the angled parking.
Keep Niska Road area beautiful
My family and I moved to Niska Road 49 years ago. At that time we could walk with our children along Niska down to the Speed River to enjoy the natural beauty and tranquility of the land and the conservation area, including the Speed River Valleylands.
Local taxpayers pay price for development-bias at OMB
Samantha Beattie’s summary of the meeting between the Anglican Diocese of Niagara and the McElderry Community Group (July 28) highlights the challenges faced by community groups in trying to protect their neighbourhoods from inappropriate development.
Selling Hydro One short sighted
It is a very shortsighted idea to sell off any part of Hydro One.
Writer’s idea of cycling risk is flawed
I wish to respond to the letter “More Risks for Cyclist” from the July 30 Tribune.
Current council was elected to decide what’s best for Guelph
It appears there will at least be some sort of debate about whether the St. George’s Square redesign. And that’s a good thing.
An Uber dilemma lands in Guelph
The dog days of summer are upon us. Traditionally a time when life slows down for various municipal councils, boards and committees; meeting dates disappear as city officials head to the cottage.
Conservation lands deserve protection
Our forefathers had the insight to preserve this land by the Speed River as conservation land.
More risks for cyclists
In the United States, the number of fatalities of cyclists is almost twice as much as is warranted by their numbers of trips, according to the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center.
Turn page on robocalls
Justice Minister Peter MacKay was guest speaker at a breakfast for Conservative candidate Gloria Kovach at Joint Cafe on July 16 with 50 supporters in attendance.
Questioning the numbers
I just received Mr. Lloyd Longfield’s glossy brochure. It boasts that the Liberals “will lower taxes on middle-class Canadians by seven per cent.”
Tribune photo by Doug Hallett
Hillside 2015 a hit, and then some
The 32nd incarnation of Guelph's Hillside Festival succeeded this year by going back to its roots.
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