Women In Crisis Teaming Up with Guelph Market for Fundraiser

In this pandemic year, it’s been very hard for a lot of charities and non-profits to make the money they need to help people, and these challenges also come at a time when people need more help than ever. For this reason, Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis is teaming up with Guelph Market to raise some funds this holiday season to help women in need in the Guelph and Wellington County community. Continue reading “Women In Crisis Teaming Up with Guelph Market for Fundraiser”

Please Support Local News and Journalism

Back in August, Guelph Politico sent out a call for help to save itself. This #GivingTuesday, Guelph Politico is going to ask you again for assistance to reach its fundraising goal of $3,000 per month. It’s Christmas time, it’s a pandemic, there’s an economic downturn, so there’s a lot of competition for your hard-earned dollars, but can you think of a better time to help boost local journalism. Continue reading “Please Support Local News and Journalism”

Friends of the GPL Desperate for Space for Book Sale

Unless they have some very good luck very soon, there may be no 12th annual Friends of the Guelph Public Library used book sale. A lack of a space big enough to organize and hold the sale may scuttle the annual event unless an appropriate venue can be found in the very, very near future. Continue reading “Friends of the GPL Desperate for Space for Book Sale”

Longfield Dares Other Guelph Candidates to Take Only Guelph Money

In a peculiar moment in last night’s debate, Liberal candidate Lloyd Longfield challenged his fellow candidates to only take money from local donors in terms of fundraising. There’s been a lot of money talk this campaign, but is there a serious influx of outside Guelph cash in the campaign in the Royal City? Continue reading “Longfield Dares Other Guelph Candidates to Take Only Guelph Money”

Guelph Citizen Digs Into Campaign Expenses

Doing their due diligence on the money front from last fall’s Municipal Election, Andy Best at the Guelph Citizen posted a breakdown of how much the current members of council spent in order to win their seats. For council candidates, the spending limit is between $16 to $18,000 depending on the ward they’re running in, while there’s a $82,000 limit for mayor. For the most part, the candidates didn’t get near their spending limits, but the numbers, as pointed out by the Citizen, do show some interesting trends. Continue reading “Guelph Citizen Digs Into Campaign Expenses”