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Public safety big concern in the Niska/Kortright area
Dear EDitor: We are concerned residents of the Kortright Hills, Niska Road area.
No economic justification for some big ticket projects
Dear Editor: I hope that Liz Sandals is correct that “GO big issue in election” (Tribune May 6).

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Monday, July, 27, 2015 - 11:11:23 PM
No budget target may give mayor pause now but this story isn’t over "Guthrie shouldn't have made promises he couldn't keep. He is, after all, just one vote on council."
Comment by Tim Allman
Tuesday, July, 21, 2015 - 11:11:38 PM
Guelph residents pressure Elections Canada to reopen robocall investigation "Another very well reported story by Doug Hallett. Although some may argue that this effort is political, an anti-Conservative move, I suggest that the fact this robocall fiasco still hangs around the Con's neck is the failure of the party to come cle"
Comment by Dennis Galon
Tuesday, July, 21, 2015 - 5:05:26 PM
Speedvale recommendation does not include bike lanes "[...] voted 7-5 Monday night to follow city staff’s recommendation that a section of Speedvale east of Woolwich Street be rebuilt with four full-size car lanes – [...]"
Comment by City council votes ‘no’ to road diet on Speedvale | Your community newspaper in Guelph, Ontario
Unique eye to the future
Editorial: Imagine living and perhaps also working in a new community devoted to carbon-neutral development, where the car isn’t king, adaptive reuses are found for structures with cultural heritage value, and a beautiful river valley is protected and integrated into the community.
Look to campus for good bicycle rack facilities
Dear Editor: I have been snapping images with my cellphone of how cyclists in the downtown have been leaving their bikes.
Where’s Gay Pride Week coverage?
Dear Editor: Missed seeing some great news coverage.
It's not mean-spirited citing job performances
Uncommon Sense column by Greg Elliott: I’m feeling Mick Jagger’s pain as he rasps out the title words of the song, “I can’t get no satisfaction.”
Prettying up for parties
Guelph Matters column by Chris Clark: Brazil and the University of Guelph have something in common.
Addressing an eyesore
Editorial: Donation bins that pepper the city have been an irritant to many people for quite some time.
Nothing more basic than water
Editorial: It was an extraordinary sight in February when the four provincial election candidates all came to city hall to support the city’s concerns about how operations at the former Dolime quarry could affect Guelph’s water supply.
Parking cops too vigilant
Dear Editor: With the city’s overnight parking bylaw under review, one would think that when the surveys show that many are looking to shorten the parking restriction season that there would be some leniency on the last day of the restrictions.
Downtown's gone to dogs
Dear Editor: I was shocked to have witnessed a person in the public library downtown walking their dog inside of the library.
East end park overlooked
Dear Editor: My husband and I have lived in our neighbourhood for 10 years now and are raising our daughters in what we feel is a great neighbourhood.
Guelph is well-managed
Dear Editor: In recent letters to the editor some individuals have stated that Guelph’s finances are being mismanaged.
City neon signs a blight
Dear Editor: This letter was originally sent to Mayor Karen Farbridge and Ward 5 councillor Leanne Piper.
Mayor's pay debate a non-starter
A recommendation that Guelph’s mayor get a phased-in pay increase of almost 22% is an easy target for criticism, especially in an election year. But it’s perhaps wiser to see the latest proposed mayoral raise as part of a gradual process of bringing the mayor’s pay up to a more realistic level.
Forced to flee the south end
Dear Editor: Some time ago I read a local article regarding the awful villains who had deliberately moved into areas with large lots, removed the tiny post-war houses and built mansions.
Gummer building winning combo architecturally
Re: Thank goodness for our old buildings (Tribune, May 1)
Some new condo elements work
Dear Editor: Without disagreeing with Chris Clark on the Tricar condo’s lack of distinctiveness (Tribune, May 1), I would like to say something nice about it: the projecting masses on each face, like the buttresses on the sides of gothic buildings, do help it to fit somewhat with the neo-gothic churches and their towers in the downtown core.
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