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Richard Vivian

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College Royal goes virtual for 2021

College Royal goes virtual for 2021

Annual University of Guelph event to feature live activities, pre-recorded demos and more
No more yard waste in your green bin

No more yard waste in your green bin

Council approves change, precursor to bi-weekly yard waste collection
Independent facilitator to address 'strained relations' between city staff and Heritage Guelph

Independent facilitator to address 'strained relations' between city staff and Heritage Guelph

Council agrees to bring someone in at cost of $10,000; approves controversial cultural heritage action plan
Council approves fifth storey for former Northern Rubber building

Council approves fifth storey for former Northern Rubber building

Project would see 30 affordable housing units on the fifth floor
Traffic, overflow parking among concerns with Victoria Road townhouse proposal

Traffic, overflow parking among concerns with Victoria Road townhouse proposal

Plan would see 24 three-storey stacked townhouses built beside elementary school
Fire victim stresses need for fire extinguishers in kitchens after close call

Fire victim stresses need for fire extinguishers in kitchens after close call

'I saw the very good side of Canada after it happened'
'Mistrust' between city staff and Heritage Guelph prompts call for independent facilitator

'Mistrust' between city staff and Heritage Guelph prompts call for independent facilitator

‘I think this has been brewing for a while,’ says Coun. Cathy Downer
Facilitator may be brought in to clarify Heritage Guelph's role

Facilitator may be brought in to clarify Heritage Guelph's role

Heritage Guelph chair declines to run for position again and vice-chair isn't interested in it either
The people have spoken! Metrolinx rules out Margaret Greene Park for power substation

The people have spoken! Metrolinx rules out Margaret Greene Park for power substation

‘Concerns were heard loud and clear from the community,’ says spokesperson
Random COVID-19 tests could help stop spread: U of G researcher

Random COVID-19 tests could help stop spread: U of G researcher

Study shows testing could prevent outbreaks in schools and other congregate settings