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Guelph Sports Hall of Fame

The Guelph Sports Hall of Fame was established in 1992 with sponsorship from the City of Guelph and the Kiwanis Club of Guelph. It is a non-profit organization. The Hall recognizes and honours the achievements of Guelph individuals and teams who have attained prominence and distinction in any field of sport and those who have made […]


What’s the Best Place for a Bus Stop?

In a recent article for Citylab, Aarian Marshall reports on McGill University doctoral candidate Ehab Diab and the transportation planner and associate professor Ahmed El-Geneidy study that suggests there’s a best—and cheapest corner for passenger pickups. The ideal bus stop placement has been a matter of debate for many. Some believe the best place to […]

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Drive-In Classics – A look at Guelph’s Mustang Drive In Theatre

Article By Steven Petric Ah, the drive-in movie. There is something about hearing the ‘Beach Boys’ playing from the speakers inside a vintage ’50’s era snack bar. There is no mistaking that feeling of a different era, especially at the Mustang Drive-In in Guelph. The Mustang’s owners have been promoting that feeling of retro at the 1959 […]


Neighbourhood groups strengthen the city

Neighbourhood groups strengthen the city Did you know, that in your immediate area, there are people working to make your neighbourhood a better place? There are actually several established community neighbourhood groups that are working together with partners to make your neighbourhood a strong and vibrant place to live, work and play. In the past […]


Guelph Transit Priority Project

  The Guelph Transit Priority Project is about the big-picture items along with smaller details, all of which could shave minutes from routes which can add up to hours system-wide. In 2015, Guelph Transit undertook a Transit Priority Project to gain insights on improvements that would enhance transit within Guelph. The study looked at the […]