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Richard Vivian

Richard Vivian

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Residents behaving badly: City breaks down bylaw complaints

Residents behaving badly: City breaks down bylaw complaints

On-street parking is by far the most complained-about offence
Non-profit housing tenants seek relief from mould

Non-profit housing tenants seek relief from mould

'I would be the stupidest parent in the world to bring my kids back here'
In 11-1 vote, council sets south end development 'palette'

In 11-1 vote, council sets south end development 'palette'

Clair-Maltby Secondary Plan regulates density, building heights, housing types and more
Housing help is on the way, pledge three major party candidates

Housing help is on the way, pledge three major party candidates

Candidate forum on housing hosted by the local Ontario Real Estate Association chapter Monday morning saw three of the four main party candidates in attendance
Trapped in a never-ending cycle of poverty

Trapped in a never-ending cycle of poverty

More than 3,000 Guelph residents receive payments from the Ontario Disability Support Program; the money can be barely enough to survive, never mind get ahead
Gas station coming to busy intersection in city's north end

Gas station coming to busy intersection in city's north end

City issued permits for interior and external renovations, as well as construction of a gas bar canopy
Thieves blamed for missing memorial plaques at downtown park

Thieves blamed for missing memorial plaques at downtown park

Bolted and glued to cement bases, removed plaques ‘not of any value,’ says city rep
Candidates call for change during social justice town hall

Candidates call for change during social justice town hall

Five of seven candidates participated in virtual event
Co-housing development on Speedvale Avenue sees no public opposition

Co-housing development on Speedvale Avenue sees no public opposition

'This is a really innovative project and ver courageous for someone to take on,' says Coun. Downer
Townhouse development approved for behind Woolwich Street Beer Store

Townhouse development approved for behind Woolwich Street Beer Store

Project unanimously approved by city council on Monday evening