Guelph among Ontario’s most bicycle-friendly cities City wins silver award at sixth annual Ontario Bike Summit Toronto, ON, April 14, 2014 – This morning, Guelph was among 24 communities to receive a Bicycle Friendly Community Award during the sixth annual Ontario Bike Summit in Toronto, Ontario The Share the Road Cycling Coalition recognized […]
Best wishes to all celebrating Vaisakhi today! This important event has its origins in India, where it is associated with a harvest festival and the New Year for people that identify with the Hindu, Sikh and Buddhist faith and traditions. It also represents the establishment of the Khalsa for those of the Sikh faith.
Here is an update from the City’s General Manager of Public Works from Friday afternoon: As you know, the Public Works team is still busy cleaning up after the severe weather we’ve experienced since the ice storm of December 22nd, 2013. So far, we’ve cleared three of the nine zones across the City. The attached map shows […]
April 11, 2014
We raised a flag at City Hall last week to raise awareness of organ and tissue donation registration. Only 29 per cent of Guelph residents with health cards have registered as organ donors – slightly better than the provincial average of 24 per cent, but not good enough. What better way to show our stripes […]
April 7, 2014
This is National Volunteer Week – a time when we give thanks for the many volunteers who make our community such a connected, liveable, and caring place. The City of Guelph is fortunate to have the support of more than 1,700 volunteers who, in 2013, collectively contributed more than 48,700 volunteer hours toward the delivery of […]
April 1, 2014
This short film was made and premiered in Guelph last weekend. Help raise awareness of autism by sharing this excellent film.