by Craig Pin February 14, 2023 at 4:42 pm People living on Upper Queen Street pushed hard, but in the end London councilors voted to allow two five-unit townhouses to be built on a vacant lot on their street. In an 11-4 vote at London City Hall on Tuesday afternoon, the development will take place at 489 Upper Queen St., not far from the intersection with Commissioners Road. The planned townhouses have drawn the ire…"Ten unit infill project on Upper Queen approved amid neighbourhood opposition"
by Janice McKay November 18, 2022 at 3:39 pm The Upper Grand District School board is working on contingency plans in case members of the Canadian Public Employees Union go on strike on Monday. CUPE represents all Upper Grand school maintainers and many school custodians. Schools with CUPE custodians will continue in-person learning on Monday, November 21, Tuesday, November 22, and Wednesday, November 23. These classrooms will switch to remote learning on Thursday, November 24.…"Upper Grand students in class Monday"
by Janice McKay November 16, 2022 at 1:12 pm The Upper Grand District School Board has some big tasks ahead of it next term. That’s according to Guelph trustee Ralf Mesenbrink, who was elected chairman of the board at Tuesday’s inaugural meeting. He said the board needed to embark on a governance review of the board and develop a multi-year plan for the board. The board will hire a human rights adviser to support the…"Upper Grand trustees ready to tackle major tasks during new term"