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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.

Should council reconsider the St. George's Square redesign approved last year?

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Tuesday, August, 04, 2015 - 10:10:58 PM
Councillor wants to challenge plan to overhaul St. George's Square "Bob Bell needs to be held in conlfict of interest in anything to do with bicycle infrastructure in this city. He owns a business that is dependent on cyclists. If that isn't a conflict I don't know what is!"
Comment by DJN
Tuesday, August, 04, 2015 - 4:04:21 PM
Nestlé open house eyes Elora water company purchase "water like air belongs to every citizen and should not be for sale..."
Comment by george gary carere
Saturday, August, 01, 2015 - 4:04:58 PM
Cops injured in hospital disturbance "Our Police Officers have enough to worry about without having to deal with violent people. THROW THE BOOK AT HIM AND MAKE EVERYTHING STICK!"
Comment by psonoski
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.
Outraged by tax hikes
No budget target may give mayor pause now but this story isn’t over
Mayor Cam Guthrie faced a council vote Monday directly related to his campaign pledge. And he lost.
Bike-lane recommendation goes against city master plan
City staff has recommended that bike lanes not be included in the rebuilding of Speedvale Avenue East between Riverview Drive and Manhattan Court.
Church teamwork sets a great example
Thank you for Samantha Beattie’s heartwarming article on the collaboration between Westminster-St. Paul’s and Third Day Worship Churches.
Get Guelph in the Greenbelt
My wish is to hear the mayor, city councillors, residents and everybody involved enthusiastically support the idea of integrating Guelph in the Greenbelt.
Are bike lanes on Speedvale worth it?
I felt compelled to reach out and provide some input from a resident who lives on Stevenson Street North.
Speedvale not the dilemma it’s been made out to be
It sure seems like council has its hands full with the Speedvale Avenue project on the books.
Taxes to CPI push resonated with voters
As the campaign manager for Mayor Cam Guthrie during last year’s municipal election, I can attest to the fact that one of, if not the, main issues was the continual increases in property taxes under the former mayor’s leadership.
New editor, new look for Guelph Tribune
For those of you who may have missed the announcement in last Tuesday’s edition, here I am, the new editor of the Guelph Tribune.
From the Stands: Royal City loses loveable local legend
The beautiful fabric that makes Guelph a wonderful city in which to live lost an important thread last week.
Can’t win for losing in this debate
Editorial: Council is facing a no-win situation when it comes to a design for rebuilding a stretch of Speedvale Avenue.
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