Guelphites Stand With Ukraine on First Anniversary of Russian Invasion

Although the war still rages in Ukraine, over 200 people came out to Guelph City Hall on a cold Friday night to send the message that we haven’t forgotten. Hopes and prayers were offered that there won’t be a similar vigil at the same time in 2024, but there was also gratitude for the outreach and support, and a special message from a Ukrainian woman who now lives in Guelph after escaping the war back home. Continue reading “Guelphites Stand With Ukraine on First Anniversary of Russian Invasion”

CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE – Chetna Robinson, Ward 6 Councillor

“I adore Guelph! It is such a charming city and I want to make sure that we don’t grow into a cookie cutter suburb. Ward 6 has seen explosive growth which means the next few years will be critical in making sure we have the infrastructure to keep our quality of life.” Continue reading “CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE – Chetna Robinson, Ward 6 Councillor”

Guelph Rallies to Support Ukraine and Pledges to Do More

About 300 people come out on Sunday to show solidarity with Ukraine, and Guelph’s Ukrainian community. In front of a sea of yellow and blue, several speakers came out to say that the events half-a-world away are having an effect on people right here in Guelph too. From the request for financial support, to the invitation to settle refugees here, the message was loud and clear that the Royal City stands with Ukraine. Continue reading “Guelph Rallies to Support Ukraine and Pledges to Do More”