Ward 2 News: The Deuce

A LETTER REGARDING COUNCIL'S DECISION ON THE VICTORIA MEADOW

LRG3 PRESS RELEASE DECEMBER 10 2014 CITY COUNCIL BLUNDERS IN RUSH-TO-JUDGEMENT ON VICTORIA MEADOW  The  December 9 1:30 a.m. decision by Guelph City Council to approve a subdivision of 18 luxury homes on one of Guelph’s most scenic natural areas is a bad blunder according to LRG3 spokesperson Hugh Whiteley.  Despite a plea from the

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Ministry of Education Proposing New Process for School Closures

This could have an impact on some of our older Guelph Schools: JG December 9, 2014 Ministry of Education Proposing New Process for School Closures The Ministry of Education is revising the Pupil Accommodation Review Guidelines (PARG) that governs the local school board process to consider school closures. There are a number of significant proposed

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Join us for Guelph Public Library's Evening for Book Lovers – seeking sponsors, donors,and guests

From GPL. Hi Friends! Join us for Guelph Public Library’s annual Evening for Book Lovers fundraiser – a dinner, silent auction, and entertainment in support of the library on Saturday February 28th 2015. Over the past three years, this evening has grown into a much anticipated community event, helping to raise important funds for our organization.

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Cool Neighbourhood Christmas activity in Exhibition Park area

Living Advent Calendar 2014  Exhibition Park Neighbourhood Group invites you to enjoy our advent windows — a new one revealed every evening! www.epng.ca– A combination of Ward 2 and Ward 3 addresses. One New Window revealed every night.. Dec 1st: 51 Exhibition Street Dec 2nd: 43 Mctague Dec 3rd: 21 McTague Street Dec 4th: 46 Mont

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Findlay's last Deuce post

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the residents of Guelph for their continuing support over the last 8 years. It has been my honour and privilege to represent Ward 2. I started this blog early in my first term to engage our community in something new called social media. It was the first

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Exciting news for addressing poverty and food issues in Guelph

From the Guelph Mercury Guelph community food hub gets $267,000 Guelph Mercury By Rob O’Flanagan GUELPH—A $267,300 seed has been planted to grow a new organization aimed at eliminating poverty and food insecurity in Guelph in a new way. Seed Community Food Hub Project, known as The Seed, received the Trillium Foundation funding Friday. Guelph MPP

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#SecretSantaGuelph

http://www.elfster.com/apps/feeds/partial_page/EmbedFeed.aspx?groupID=13153010 Elfster.com – Secret Santa | Wishlists | Social Gift Giving

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A Long, Long Journey into Spring Theatrical Fundraising Event

GPL press release. The Guelph Public Library along with To Be Determined Theatre Company are thrilled to announce another exciting fundraising theatrical event, A Long, Long Journey into Spring, on Saturday, January 24th at 2:00PM in the Main Library (100 Norfolk Street). Mischievous Jack Frost has struck again, this time stealing the sun and banishing

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City announces Ward 3 recount results

Press release. Today the City of Guelph completed the recount of all Ward 3 ballots as directed by City Council at yesterday’s meeting. Recount of contest – Ward 3 Phil Allt – 2,299; 22.40% June Hofland – 2,050; 19.97% Craig Chamberlain – 2,045;19.92% Maggie Laidlaw – 1,861; 18.13% Bob Moore – 1,131; 11.02% Jason Dodge

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City Hall reorganizes to deliver services better

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

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Guelph Public Library Evening for Book Lovers Tickets on Sale!

GPL press release. Evening for Book Lovers 2015 Hi Friends! Tickets for Guelph Public Library’s annual Evening for Book Lovers fundraiser are now on sale. We hope you will be able to join us on Saturday February 28th 2015 for an evening of dinner, entertainment, and auction in support of the library. Tickets are $85 per person / or $600

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