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Water: Going, going, gone

Water: Going, going, gone

Susan McSherry is a citizen of Guelph who is deeply concerned about possible negative environmental impacts from the proposed Xinyi Glass Canada plant
LETTER: An open letter to all candidates

LETTER: An open letter to all candidates

Guelph resident Nicole Abohalka wants all the candidates to remember that, if they are elected, they will take a pledge to serve everyone
LETTER: Greens have the best platform

LETTER: Greens have the best platform

'Mike is dedicated to creating a kinder, healthier, safer, sustainable and more prosperous Ontario.'
LETTER: The proposed Xinyi Float Glass Plant

LETTER: The proposed Xinyi Float Glass Plant

'Residents will be left paying the price to find solutions to a serious problem for which there will be no quick fix.'
Xinyi Canada Glass prez pens open letter to residents of Guelph/Eramosa

Xinyi Canada Glass prez pens open letter to residents of Guelph/Eramosa

Xinyi Canada Glass president Tommy Wong said the proposed site is ideal for the building of a proposed $450-million plant
LETTER: A socially irresponsible waste of a valuable resource

LETTER: A socially irresponsible waste of a valuable resource

Reader concerned that the aquifer serving the City of Guelph and Guelph Township would be emptied of 1.6 million litres of water daily if development goes ahead
LETTER: Save, don't Pave. Expand the Greenbelt into Wellington County

LETTER: Save, don't Pave. Expand the Greenbelt into Wellington County

Reader suggests we need more SmartGrowth and less urban sprawl to protect farmlands, wetlands and natural areas
LETTER: The Xinyi plant proposal

LETTER: The Xinyi plant proposal

Xinyi plant it is not yet a 'done deal'. Reader says there are things you should know
Mayor Guthrie should apologize

Mayor Guthrie should apologize

A Guelph resident concerned about the mayor's conduct in council, says he should apologize to councillors for criticizing their votes on an issue
LETTER: Earth Week tree destruction

LETTER: Earth Week tree destruction

'Young families depend on the shade from the trees as a place for their strollers and to sit with their young ones'