Niska Road Days Away From Reopening as City Official Cut the Ribbon

Where once there was one, now there’s two. The new two-lane Niska Road Bridge is almost ready to receive cars, cyclists and pedestrians, and the City of Guelph marked the occasion with a special ribbon cutting and the announcement that traffic will start rolling over the bridge again soon. Continue reading “Niska Road Days Away From Reopening as City Official Cut the Ribbon”

Longfield Pleased With Budget, Thinks You Should Be Too

The Federal Budget presented Tuesday night was billed by pundits and pollsters as a “coming attractions” for this fall’s election, but Guelph MP Lloyd Longfield is billing it as good news for seniors, and people concerned about city infrastructure. Continue reading “Longfield Pleased With Budget, Thinks You Should Be Too”

This Week in Lloyd: Infrastructure, Town Hall, and SNC Lavalin

Guelph MP Lloyd Longfield works a ways from the Royal City, but he’s still working for the people in his riding. So what has he been up to lately? This is “This Week in Lloyd.” Continue reading “This Week in Lloyd: Infrastructure, Town Hall, and SNC Lavalin”

Council to Brainstorm How to Get Federal Infrastructure Dollars

It’s an unusual week when there’s two council meetings, but the second gathering of city council next week will be, itself, unusual. On Thursday, the members of city council will go through their list of capital projects to decide which should get the benefit of Federal infrastructure money. Continue reading “Council to Brainstorm How to Get Federal Infrastructure Dollars”