Just a reminder that Guelph Water Services will be completing the fall component of its Watermain Cleaning Program starting tomorrow.
Cleaning will take place weekdays between the hours of 10:00PM until 6:00AM and will run until September 27.
Water Services delivers notification letters to affected residents prior to the beginning of cleaning.
The city says customers may experience discoloured water during the cleaning process – and occasionally residents located outside the cleaning area may also experience discoloured water.
If your water colour looks a bit “off” and you have not been notified of cleaning in your area, contact Guelph Water Services. For more information, visit guelph.ca/water.
Jerry Dias hopes to use his new position as president of Canada’s
newest — and largest — private sector union to turn the tide for
Canada’s labour movement.
The Canadian Auto Workers union and the Communications, Energy
and Paperworkers Union of Canada have merged to form a new
mega-union called Unifor.
Dias was elected with about 87 per cent support at the union’s
founding convention in Toronto yesterday.
He told delegates it’s time for labour to stop playing defence
and to start setting the agenda.
Nearly one-thousand locked out U-S steelworkers in Nanticoke are
heading back to work.
Members of the Steelworkers union have voted by a margin of 57
per cent to accept the company`s last offer.
The workers, who`ve been locked out since April, will see their
wages frozen for the duration of the five-year contract.
Police say the death of a four-year-old Toronto girl in
Bowmanville was a homicide.
Police were called to a home Wednesday night where they found
Terell Vidal without vital signs.
She was pronounced dead at hospital and Durham Regional Police
say an autopsy has determined she died of blunt force trauma.
The girl was being cared for at the home of a family friend.
There have been no arrests, and police are continuing their
A Toronto woman charged with attempting to murder her 11-year-old
son is due back in court on Tuesday.
The 32-year-old woman made a court appearance yesterday after
being arrested on Friday.
She is also charged with aggravated assault and failing to
provide the necessities of life.
The boy remains in hospital in life-threatening condition.
Justin Bieber is said to have lost some expensive jewellery
during an incident at a downtown Toronto nightclub.
Reports say it happened early Saturday morning, when a fan who
was trying to take a picture of the pop star was shoved to the
ground by the Bieb`s security people.
During the scramble, Bieber is said to have lost a gold chain
reportedly worth 40-thousand dollars.
The report, however, has yet to be confirmed.
The Guelph Storm hit the ice this afternoon for their first exhibition game of the season.
The Storm skate with the Mississauga Steelheads at Port Credit Arena in a 2:00PM start.
Guelph’s first home game of the pre-season goes tomorrow versus North Bay.