Our letter writer believes that people with language difficulties should have an equal opportunity to participate in the election.
CEO Kitty Pope, of Guelph Public Library, shares her thoughts on the relevance of Public Libraries in today's society.
Guelph's PC Candidate of record responds to Liz Sandals answers concerning the teachers' unions contracts
Motorist concerned not just with speeders but many other bad habits of fellow drivers
One student is concerned about the habit-forming usage of social networking applications and websites in today's society
Michael Chong responds to Michael Carlucci's letter entitled "Local Youths Lose As Anti-Bullying Motion is Defeated."
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- Why Do We Still Need Public Libraries?
- Guelph's PC Candidate Comments on Education Deals
- Motorist Concerned With More Than Just Speeding Habits
- Social Media Usage Concerns Student
- A letter from the Wellington Halton-Hills NDP Youth Chair
- JCTA responds to health unit re: tanning
- Confections for compliance?
- Dan Moziar thanks The Fountain Pen
- Uncle Doug's Glossary of Political Terms
- July message from Michael Chong
- Safety is crucial for busy intersection
- Council does it again!
- May message from Michael Chong