Guelph police are expecting heavy traffic around the University tomorrow as the Hamilton Ti-cats open their their pre-season at Alumi Stadium. With gates opening at 5:30 the police are asking drivers and pedestrians to be ready and to adjust your driving routes if you plan on being anywhere near Alumni Stadium.
There will police monitoring the interesections of gordon at stone road and gordon at college avenue, before and after the game. You could encounter some temporary road closures, depending on the traffic volumes. officers make those decisions tomorrow.
police also say if you are planning to consume alcohol, find a designated driver.
And for those who ride the bus, you get free transit to the games.
For ticket holders to the Ticat games in Guelph, Transit is offering free rides on game day.
Just show your ticket.
An 18 year old veteran of the Guelph Storm, has been charged with racing a motor vehicle, after a weekend traffic stop. Brody Milne was charged, after police clocked a car, doing 119 kilometers per hour in a 60 zone on the Hanlon Expressway.
A charge of racing, results in an automatic loss of a drivers licence for 7 days, and the vehicle is also impounded for a week.
Reids Heritage Homes of Guelph is receiving the 2013 water conservation and efficiency award for the business sector, from the city of Guelph.
The award is presented to a business that best demonstrates excellence in water conservation within their place of business.
Reid’s is recognized for its blue built home program, and contributions to advancing water efficiency technologies and building practices.
The award is made through a vote by the city’s water conservation and efficiency public advisory committee.
Premier Kathleen Wynne says she won’t call or trigger a general
election this year to get her own mandate from voters.
But Wynne suggests that people in Windsor, London and Ottawa will
head to the polls in byelections this summer.
Wynne says Liberals and non-Liberals have made it clear they
expect her to try and make the minority government work, and says
that’s what she intends to do.
The premier must call byelections in Windsor-Tecumseh and
London-West by August 15th and by December in Ottawa-South.
Dalton McGuinty’s former chief of staff is defending the move by
top Liberals in the former premier’s office to delete their emails
on cancelled gas plants in Oakville and Mississauga.
Chris Morley says there are 99 different reasons listed in the
Ontario Public Service rule book that instruct government staff to
“destroy immediately” several types of records, including emails.
Morley told the legislature’s justice committee yesterday that he
did not keep all of his records because the rules told him not to.
The opposition parties say the Liberals destroyed emails in an
attempt to cover up the true cost of cancelling the gas plants.
In sports, the shake-up of the Guelph Royals continues. Yesterday they traded pitcher Chris Nagorski to the Barrie Baycats, for left hander Andrew Gangadeen. They also signed two new imports.
The Royals next play in Brantford, Friday night.
Brampton doubled the Guelph Regals 20-10 in Junior B Lacrosse, while in Junior C lacrosse, Mimico edged the Fergus Thistles 4-3.