Movies and More at Market Square this Summer

Movies in the Square returns for another summer offering a variety of family-friendly favourites. Taking place on select Fridays throughout the summer and beginning at 9 p.m., families, friends, and movie fans are invited to bring a lawn chair (and blankets if cool) and cozy up for a drive-in experience minus the car.  If it […]


Canadian Environment Week in Guelph

Canadian Environment Week, June 5th to 11th, is a period for grassroots activity to save, ensure and reestablish our surroundings. This yearly occasion gives all of us a chance to commend the advancement that has been made and additionally to energize further endeavors throughout the entire year. Canadian Environment Week happens on the first week […]


Guelph’s chief administrative officer leaving

Ann Pappert, Guelph’s top government employee, has told the city she won’t recharge her agreement. Mrs. Pappert joined the City of Guelph in 2008 as the Executive Director for Community and Social Services and was named the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) in September of 2011.  “Council thanks Ms. Pappert for her years of service to […]


City seeks input on food vehicles in Guelph

Guelph, Ont., May 13, 2016 – Community members are invited to a public open house about food vehicles, which include food and ice cream trucks and food carts, in Guelph. Participants will have an opportunity to provide input on where they would like to see food vehicles in the city. Proposed changes to the Zoning […]

Vintage Guelph

Long gone street names of Guelph

The Guelph Public Library’s Historically Guelph/Guelph Then and Now Blogs have an excellent article about the various street names of old Guelph. “Fleet, Manchester, Devonshire…what do these names have in common?  They’re the former names of Yorkshire, Glasgow and Dublin Streets, south of Waterloo Avenue.  But Waterloo wasn’t Waterloo, it was called Market Street back in the […]