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Encyclopedia > Guelph City Council

Guelph City Council is the governing body for the city of Guelph, Ontario. Guelph (pronounced gwělf) (2004 population 125,872, metropolitan population 155,635) is a city located in southwestern Ontario, Canada, roughly 100 kilometres north-west of downtown Toronto along Ontario provincial highway 6. ...


The council consists of the Mayor of Guelph and 12 ward councillors.


Members

  • Mayor Kate Quarrie
  • Laura Baily - Ward 1
  • Rocco J. Furfaro - Ward 1
  • Ray Ferraro - Ward 2
  • Dan Moziar - Ward 2
  • Maggie Laidlaw - Ward 3
  • Dan Schnurr - Ward 3
  • David Birtwistle - Ward 4
  • Gloria Kovach - Ward 4
  • Cathy Downer - Ward 5
  • Lise Burcher - Ward 5
  • Christine Billings - Ward 6
  • Peter Hamtak - Ward 6

Reference

  • Guelph City Council
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Guelph, Canada (768 words)
Guelph (pronounced gwělf) (2004 population 125,872, metropolitan population 155,635) is a city located in southwestern Ontario, Canada, roughly 100 kilometres west of downtown Toronto along Ontario provincial highway 401.
Guelph is the 5th fastest growing mid-size city in Canada with a population growth rate of about 2% per year.
Guelph's current population is estimated to be around 125,872 and is projected to have a population around 153,000 by the year 2027.
Guelph Radial Railway (1067 words)
The City of Guelph is located approximately 55 miles west of Toronto.
It was also the western terminus of the Guelph line of the Toronto Suburban Railway.
In 1903, the city of Guelph purchased the street railway for $78,000, which included eight miles of track, eight closed and three open cars.
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