December 1 is World AIDS Day. As many of you know, my daughter Lyndsay Piper is currently working in Kenya, a country with one of the highest HIV/AIDs rates in the world. The children she has met, some of them innocent AIDS orphans, would melt your heart. Feeling helpless? Me too. Thankfully, the caring spirit of Guelph is alive and well — we are home to the Bracelet of Hope, founded by Guelph physician Anne-Marie Zajdlik. The money raised is used to fund life-saving medical work in Lesotho. Learn more about the work of the Bracelet of Hope campaign at http://www.braceletofhope.ca/
Could not have said it better myself … so I’m sharing.
The City of Guelph is looking for your input as they draft a proposed Licencing Program for Shared Rental Housing properties.
Survey closes November 30.
The second open public meeting re: Rental Housing Licencing will take place tonight:
Thursday, November 21, 2013
at City Hall
Have your say!