Newswire

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 […]

Newswire Transit

Moving Guelph Forward: The future of Transit in the Royal City

Summary Below courtesy of Robert Mackenzie – Transit Toronto Guelph is one of several medium and smaller municipalities in the Greater Golden Horseshoe area that have made major changes to their transit systems over the past few years. (For the record, the others are Barrie, Burlington, Niagara Falls, Oakville and Peterborough.) Some of these network reviews have […]

Events Newswire

Guelph Multicultural Festival celebrates 30 years this weekend

This year Guelph & District Multicultural Festival celebrates its 30th Anniversary. From Friday June 10th to Sunday June 12th at Riverside Park you can take in cuisine, art, and performances from community representatives of cultures across the globe. There’s a Children’s Tent with activities and interactive performances geared towards little ones, and a spacious tented dining […]