City and Dolime Quarry owners reach proposal to protect Guelph’s drinking water

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Proposed solution would replace quarry with residential neighbourhood Key Facts Media release Guelph, Ont., October 1, 2019—The City of Guelph and the owners of the Dolime Quarry have reached a potential solution to address the City’s concerns about how operations at the quarry could affect Guelph’s drinking water. Learn more about the proposed solution to […]

Take a moment to have your say and shape Guelph

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Hello Neighbours! Rodrigo here. Just wanted to take a moment to remind you that the City of Guelph has a community engagement platform called ‘Have Your Say Guelph’ ( haveyoursay.guelph.ca ), where the City regularly hosts opportunities for community members to speak up, be heard and help shape the direction we take as a growing […]

City Hall reorganizes to deliver services better

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Press release. Last evening, Guelph’s Chief Administrative Officer informed Council of changes she is making to the City’s organizational structure to enhance the way the City operates by creating a more practical, straightforward structure. The changes are expected to improve service delivery and result in quicker, more responsive outcomes for the community and Council. “Local […]

Paramedics using new drill for easier vascular access in patients

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Press release. Guelph-Wellington Emergency Medical Service has purchased a potentially life-saving device for each of its frontline ambulances. The EZ-IO drill, put on ambulances earlier this week, enables paramedics to access a patient’s intravascular system by drilling into a patient’s bones in either the arm or leg. This technique is used in emergency situations to […]