This Week in Press Releases – September 18-22, 2017

Every week, the City of Guelph and other groups send out notices to announce new events, imperatives, and information that you need to know. Here is this week in press releases. Continue reading “This Week in Press Releases – September 18-22, 2017”

Follow-Up: CUPE Still Preparing For a Fight on Private Waste Collection

Monday’s special council meeting brought the first report of the City’s first service review, and members of Guelph’s labour community were spoiling for a fight over privatization. The topic didn’t come up too often in conversation around the horseshoe, but the president of the Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 241 isn’t letting his guard down. Continue reading “Follow-Up: CUPE Still Preparing For a Fight on Private Waste Collection”

Scientology Coming to Guelph?

If certain sources are to be believed, the answer is yes. Edward Pickersgill, who runs a mobile version of the Out of Poverty Centre just outside its old headquarters at 40 Baker Street, says that the Church of Scientology has rented the entire building, and they’re moving in. Continue reading “Scientology Coming to Guelph?”

“Dark Clouds” Loom on an Otherwise Sunny Labour Day Picnic

Members of the CUPE (Canadian Union of Public Employees) Local 241 couldn’t enjoy their Labour Day as much as they would have liked, for they’re concerned that some members might be looking at their last Labour Day as employees of the City of Guelph. Continue reading ““Dark Clouds” Loom on an Otherwise Sunny Labour Day Picnic”

This Week in Press Releases – August 25-September 1, 2017

Every week, the City of Guelph and other groups send out notices to announce new events, imperatives, and information that you need to know. Here is this week in press releases. Continue reading “This Week in Press Releases – August 25-September 1, 2017”

City Council Recap: What Happened from June and July 2017?

In case you’re more of a reader than a listener, or maybe you just want to reference back to something quickly, over the next three weeks, Guelph Politico will post a recap of the first seven months of 2017 at city council in three parts. This third part covers June and July… Continue reading “City Council Recap: What Happened from June and July 2017?”

City Council Recap: What Happened from April and May 2017?

In case you’re more of a reader than a listener, or maybe you just want to reference back to something quickly, over the next three weeks, Guelph Politico will post a recap of the first seven months of 2017 at city council in three parts. This second part covers April and May… Continue reading “City Council Recap: What Happened from April and May 2017?”

RECAP: Mayor Guthrie Facebook Town Hall – August 15

This evening, Mayor Cam Guthrie held a town hall on the Facebook group “Guelph This & That” live from his hotel room in Ottawa. The 90-minute Q&A covered a wide variety of topics, so in case you missed it, just want the highlights, or are not a part of the “This & That” group, here’s the blow-by-low of what the mayor discussed, and what questions were asked. Continue reading “RECAP: Mayor Guthrie Facebook Town Hall – August 15”

City Council Recap: What Happened from January to March 2017?

In case you’re more of a reader than a listener, or maybe you just want to reference back to something quickly, over the next three weeks, Guelph Politico will post a recap of the first seven months of 2017 at city council in three parts. This first part covers January through March… Continue reading “City Council Recap: What Happened from January to March 2017?”