Ward 2 Councillors Rodrigo Goller and James Gordon held the first of at least three scheduled town halls they’re planning for 2019 on Saturday, and decided to take a new approach to community input. Continue reading “Ward 2 Councillors Take New Approach for Town Hall”
The local New Democratic Party riding association met at the main branch of the Guelph Public Library on Saturday for their annual general meeting. A new president was elected, leadership positions filled, and plans began for the 2019 Federal Election campaign. Continue reading “Guelph NDP Start New (Election) Year with New Exec Committee”
A power outage affected dozens of commercial and residential customers in downtown Guelph after it struck on Friday morning.
Guelph Mayor Cam Guthrie met with Ontario’s Premier Doug Ford on Monday, where they talked jobs, affordable housing and transportation. What they did not talk about though, was the latest controversy involving Bill 66. Continue reading “Guthrie Meets with Ford, But They Didn’t Discuss You Know What”
Public transportation in Guelph has been an issue for thousands of people across the city for many years, but there are a few ways you can be a courteous rider, for the city and for others that tap into the system. Continue reading “A Few Ways to Help Guelph Transit, For Everyone”
A friendly reminder from the City of Guelph and Guelph Politico. Continue reading “Overnight Parking Restrictions Start Saturday Night (TONIGHT!)”