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<b>Letter:</b> Small-town thinking in an up-and-coming city

Letter: Small-town thinking in an up-and-coming city

We all know that real estate is about location, location, location, but it appears that the City of Guelph and a local developer have somehow mislaid this wisdom.
<b>Letter:</b> Make every vote count

Letter: Make every vote count

When you receive your postcard in early December, you need to tell your elected representatives, as the majority of Canadians speaking at these forums already have, that some form of Proportional Representation (PR) is what you expect. Here’s why:
Letter: Concerned Residents Coalition thanks supportive residents, officials

Letter: Concerned Residents Coalition thanks supportive residents, officials

'This pause seems to me to provide an excellent opportunity for the expression of gratitude'
Old University Parents Throw Others Under the Bus

Old University Parents Throw Others Under the Bus

As the UGDSB Trustees prepare to review a staff report on how to implement a cap for FI enrollment, parents in the Old University neighbourhood have been ramping up their propaganda so that their children are provided with special access to
UGDSB prevents kids from walking to school!

UGDSB prevents kids from walking to school!

Today is the first day of school. I’m standing out front of our house loading my little girl onto the bus. She starts Junior Kindergarten today and we’re both teeming with nervous excitement.