The City of Guelph may promote events on its website and/or social media sites if the City is involved as a host, participant or partner. Otherwise, the City does not permit members of the public to promote events on guelph.ca and/or social media sites.
There are many other sites where you can promote your event:
This list is provided as a courtesy and is not an endorsement of the companies mentioned.
We are seeking the involvement and input from First Nation, Métis and Inuit in Guelph. During these important civic processes, the City of Guelph is committed to listening and learning from the experiences of Indigenous peoples in informing and planning for future growth and decision-making. The City is interested in better understanding Indigenous perspectives of growth in Guelph
This is a dialogue reserved exclusively for First Nations, Métis and Inuit.
Join us for a virtual Indigenous Community Sharing meeting on Wednesday, May 5, 2021 from 6:30-8 p.m. for:
Representatives of First Nations and local Métis Council, Indigenous residents of Guelph, and representatives of Indigenous agencies and organizations.
Register on Eventbrite. A link to the virtual meeting and instructions will be provided in advance of the meeting.
Nibisiing Consulting Inc.
Natalie Goss, Senior Policy Planner
Planning and Building Services
519-822-1260 extension 3548