Date: May 31 to June 2 Location: Goldie Mill Park, 75 Cardigan St. Production: Murdoch Mysteries Impacts: Parking: North-side… Continue reading Notification of Filming – Goldie Mill Park
The City is proposing changes to its Business Licensing Bylaw and other by-laws to make it easier for mobile food sale vendors to operate within Guelph.
If you wish to address the Public Services Committee about business licence fee changes, either in person or through written comments, contact the City Clerk’s Office at 519-837-5603.
Business in Focus magazine has published an 8 page article titled “Smart, Sustainable Growth” that features Guelph’s integrat… Continue reading Business in Focus articles Guelph
Guelph, On, March 6, 2015 – The Guelph Wellington Local Immigration Partnership (GWLIP) will host its fifth annual Immigratio… Continue reading Immigration event helps create a more welcoming community
NSF International broke ground on a new facility in Guelph on February 20 at the University of Guelph’s Research Park North. T
he City is hosting an open house to share information and answer questions about redeveloping the brownfield site at 200 Beverley Street– the former International Malleable Iron Company (IMICo) property.
The Grow Guelph Business Retention and Expansion (BR+E) program has been honoured by the Economic Development Council of Ontario (EDCO) with an award of excellence in Public-Private Partnership for a population of 50,000-250,000. The program also received honourable mention in the Strategic Plans and Initiatives 50,000-250,000 category.
The City of Guelph is inviting applications from citizens interested in serving on the following boards and committees. Economic Development Advisory Committee, Environmental Advisory Committee, Guelph Museums Advisory Committee, River Systems Advisory Committee, and the Wellbeing Grant Allocation Panel
The City of Guelph is proud to congratulate Linamar Corporation, headquartered in Guelph, on a major development project that will bring 1,200 new jobs to the city over the next 10 years and retain 1,500 current jobs.