CITY PAGES: Get on GO, Toxic Drugs, and One Tree with One Bench

The City of Guelph, and it’s various partners and agencies, put out a lot of information on a weekly basis, and while it all ends up on the City’s website somewhere, wouldn’t it be easier to just scroll through it all on one easy-to-read article on Guelph Politico here…? Continue reading “CITY PAGES: Get on GO, Toxic Drugs, and One Tree with One Bench”

New Fundraising Effort for Epilepsy Remembers Guelph Girl

March 26 is Epilepsy Awareness Day. According to Epilepsy Canada, it’s a chance to raise awareness, challenge myths, and dismantle the stigmas around epilepsy, a condition that affects over a quarter of a million people in Canada. For this Epilepsy Awareness Day, the Guelph Community Foundation is launching a new fund in honour of a 10-year-old Guelph girl who died of Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP). Continue reading “New Fundraising Effort for Epilepsy Remembers Guelph Girl”

Four Guelph Groups Get Federal Funds for Food Security

There’s been a lot of discussion lately about food insecurity, and how the pandemic has impacted how people can get safe, nutritious and affordable food. To that end, a virtual announcement this morning put the spotlight on four Guelph organizations receiving a combined $60,334 from the Federal government to purchase new equipment for the preparation, refrigeration and storage of food. Continue reading “Four Guelph Groups Get Federal Funds for Food Security”

GUELPH POLITICAST #115 – The Vital Signs Report

What does our community look like? If you’re asked that question, then you surely think of the very literal picture of Guelph in your head, probably Downtown Guelph and the various landmarks of our city core. But less literally, what does our city look like? What kind of people live here? How many live here? What do they do? And are they happy and healthy in Guelph and Wellington County? Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #115 – The Vital Signs Report”