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School boards big part of our lives
Editorial: There is little glory or money these days in being a school trustee.
It's best Urbacon suit is over
Editorial: How the Urbacon lawsuit affects the civic election remains to be seen, but it’s good that the city and the fired contractor have reached an out-of-court settlement.
Recent Comments
Tuesday, September, 16, 2014 - 11:11:14 AM
Election negativity troubling "I thank John Buttars for his thoughtful contribution to the discussion around Guelph's civic election. Respectfully, I would not describe Cam Guthrie's campaign as one of negativity. Instead I think any negativity Mr. Buttars is perceiving from can"
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Sunday, September, 14, 2014 - 12:12:50 PM
Kovach exits with last call "I wish to offer a large and very sincere THANK YOU to Coun. Gloria Kovach for her many years of service to the citizens of Guelph. As a long-time follower of council I did not always agree with Coun. Kovach's stand on every issue, but I always respe"
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Wednesday, September, 10, 2014 - 2:02:28 PM
Farbridge lashes out at naysayers – Guthrie included "I've carefully reviewed Cam Guthrie's campaign materials and his plan for a Better Guelph, and I have also questioned him at length, and I don't see any reference to "cutting our way to a better city". Nor would I characterize Guthrie as one who is"
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Guest Editorial: Making Guelph a Better Place
I do a lot of things in this city.
Shaky start to the year
Editorial: It’s early days yet, so it may be difficult to tell whether Project Safe Semester is having the desired impact on alcohol-related rowdiness in the city.
Square up for debate
Editorial: One of the final votes of this term of council came last week when a vision for a redesigned St. George’s Square was endorsed 7-5, with Coun. Lise Burcher absent.
Guelph election candidates be warned
Editorial: Comments made by Coun. Jim Furfaro when he announced Wednesday that he won’t seek a second term on council should get some notice.
Program tried and true
Editorial: It’s a sure sign that fall is approaching when it’s announced that the “Safe Semester” program of road closures and other measures in the downtown bar district is again going into effect.
It's a bird – no, a plane
Editorial: The evidence might be only anecdotal at this point, but Guelph residents are noticing more noise from airplanes these days.
Library thinking wrong
Dear Editor: In response to CEO Kitty Pope’s call for a new downtown mega library (Tribune, Aug. 12), I propose a major expansion of the north end Bullfrog Mall branch.
Editorial: Long road to civic vote
It seems a long time ago that Coun. Cam Guthrie emerged with badly reddened ears from an outdoor news conference on a bitterly cold day, where he announced in his west end ward that he’s running for mayor.
Guest editorial: Making Guelph a better place
Guelph’s eMERGE has a new partner.
Guest Editorial – Making Guelph a Better Place
Why do we still need a public library in the 21st century?
Guest Editorial – Making Guelph a Better Place
In many ways, Guelph is a great city with committed people dedicated to ensuring we have a strong economy, good social and health services, educational opportunities, a healthy environment, and a vibrant arts and culture scene.
Merit in shared housing report
Editorial: In the latest city hall report on the contentious issue of whether or not to license shared rental housing, staff make a convincing case for an alternative approach – and for an additional $150,000 a year needed to make it work well.
Shiny new HQ it’s not
Let's get city buses rolling
Editorial: Let’s hope Monday’s joint announcement that the two sides in the current transit lockout will meet this week is the beginning of the end of the Guelph Transit shutdown.
Hillside great smorgasbord
The 31st Hillside Festival, which takes place this weekend at Guelph Lake Island, is about more than music.
Lots to like about Larkin
Outgoing police chief Bryan Larkin made a big impression in a small amount of time as head of the Guelph Police Service, as shown by the reaction to the news this week that he’s moving on to become the new chief of the Waterloo Regional Police Service.
 
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