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Safe Semester returns to Downtown Guelph this September

News Release Guelph, Ont., September 1, 2016 – On September 9, the annual Safe Semester project kicks off to create a safe and enjoyable downtown environment for students and patrons. The project involves the coordination of road closures and additional amenities in the city’s core to improve road safety, and decrease instances of littering, public […]

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Guelph Transit offers earlier morning service to connect with GO train as well as Co-Fare Rate

Starting Tuesday, September 6, Guelph Transit is offering early morning shuttle service for residents looking to connect to GO Transit’s newest early morning train service. The new early morning shuttle service will begin at 4:30 a.m., arriving at Guelph Central Station in time for GO Transit’s first train at 5:48 a.m. The shuttle is a […]

Events Newswire

Smartphone photo contest guelPhonography now on until the end of August

Guelphonography is an annually-run photo contest held in Guelph that promotes creativity in capturing beautiful images of our fair city. It runs throughout August and finishes with a gallery showing at the The Bookshelf/eBar (where contest winners are announced) and Atmosphere Cafe+etc guelPhonography celebrates the creativity of residents, expressed through the lens of their smart phone. […]

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Getting over the River: Guelph looking at pedestrian bridges over the Speed (Updated)

The City of Guelph has initiated several Class Environmental Assessment (EA) studies for proposed pedestrian bridges over the Speed River. These include connecting Emma Street to Earl Street, a future active transportation trail along the GJR tracks from Macdonell to Huron Streets through St. Patrick’s Ward, a bridge connecting the Metalworks development and downtown, and proposed improvements to the […]