Tag Archives: Downtown Merchants

Guelph’s Farmers’ Market

The Guelph Farmers’ Market is back in its Gordon Street location. There were a few would-be market-goers passing the house this morning, on their way to Exhibition Arena, where the market has been this summer while improvements were made to … Continue reading

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Storytime

All too often, seems like I am hearing a narrative — that often doesn’t clear the bar, sometimes transparently so — when Guelph Mayor Farbridge comments to Council. It kinda reminds me of storytime with my daughter, only, we don’t read stuff to her that would … Continue reading

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Go ahead, trash us

Or make your quick buck. And slam the police while you’re doing it. You already know the police along with all sorts of other people will be there to help you when you need it. When it comes to the situation … Continue reading

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Follow the pea

If I was a downtown business owner I would have to wonder, especially in light of a recent opinion-piece published in the Guelph Tribune, if the City’s powers-that-be basically regard Downtown Guelph as their political play-thing — investing in it, being sure to get their pats … Continue reading

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High expectations

Considering a thread on 59 Carden regarding the value of the new splash pad, perhaps it’s now time for us to take a step back and re-evaluate our assumptions, our expectations of what will happen as a result of parking … Continue reading

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Deep Pockets

Well, after all of the money and energy that has been poured into the Downtown, you’d think we wouldn’t have to now give away assessments to have private interests invest there. Wasn’t that the whole idea in the first place? … Continue reading

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