The ruling provincial party’s proposed Bill 108, currently going through the process of being passed at Queen’s Park, includes changes that will impact Guelph when it comes to municipal revenue from development charges, among other items.

Mayor Cam Guthrie brought this to attention with a statement saying the bill “touches on nine municipal-related” laws, adding that, with a revenue cut, the city will experience issues with its “ability to fund future infrastructure projects such as the South End Community Centre.”

“Good morning #Guelph, Sit down please. Take a breath. Sincerely, Your very concerned Mayor,” Guthrie posted with the cropped image of a statement. The More Choice, More Homes Act is currently in its second reading debate stage.


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