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LETTER: Open letter to Lloyd Longfield and Justin Trudeau on the Kinder Morgan buyout

LETTER: Open letter to Lloyd Longfield and Justin Trudeau on the Kinder Morgan buyout

On July 22, more than forty people met in Guelph to oppose your government’s 4.5 billion dollar buyout of the 60 year old Kinder Morgan pipeline
<b>LETTER:</b> Welcoming Xinyi Glass Canada

LETTER: Welcoming Xinyi Glass Canada

Xinyi Canada Glass is excited for the opportunity to bring a new manufacturing industry to Canada
LETTER: Xinyi's glass plant and Guelph's water

LETTER: Xinyi's glass plant and Guelph's water

GuelphToday has received the following letter from concerned Guelph-Eramosa Township resident and university professor emeritus Mary H. Rubio who is concerned about possible negative environmental consequences should the proposed Xinyi Canada Glass Ltd. plant go ahead
Letter to the Editor re: Clair-Maltby

Letter to the Editor re: Clair-Maltby

GuelphToday has received the following letter from representatives of five local conservancy organizations concerned with proposed plans to develop the Clair-Maltby area
LETTER: What the proposed Xinyi float glass plant tells us

LETTER: What the proposed Xinyi float glass plant tells us

'Both the President of Xinyi Canada's letter and the troubling actions of Guelph-Eramosa Township's leadership offer reminders of why citizens must remain vigilant,' says concerned Guelph resident
LETTER: Perceptions matter

LETTER: Perceptions matter

We have to face the fact that many taxpayers are weary and wary of new 'taxes', say readers
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.'