Matt Carty is a reporter with 1460 CJOY and Magic 106 in Guelph.
He graduated from Humber College’s Radio Broadcasting program in 2013, and began his career at AM640 in Toronto. He then moved to Winnipeg in 2014 and joined the news team at 680 CJOB.
Officials say the combination of warm temperatures and rainfall is beginning to trigger significant runoff into the Grand River watershed. Continue reading →
The Guelph PC riding association has yet to name a candidate for the June 7 election. Continue reading →
The supercluster proposal was led by Guelph-based Linamar Corporation on behalf of a coalition of more than 140 partners. Continue reading →
Education minister Indira Naidoo-Harris announced Ontario is connecting over 250,000 students with high-speed internet by 2021. Continue reading →
The plan calls for an 88,000-square-foot structure as part of the Baker Street parking lot development at a cost of about $50 million. Continue reading →
Bergermann is making her Olympic debut at the Pyeongchang Games. Continue reading →
Sherman Lai is now charged with 13 counts of sexual assault after 11 former patients filed complaints with Guelph police. Continue reading →
Guelph police said the weather and road conditions played a factor in most of the crashes over the weekend. Continue reading →
Police said two men entered the Kitchener bank Thursday afternoon, one armed with a handgun, and made off with an undisclosed amount of cash. Continue reading →
Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health confirmed on Friday that two children in the Guelph area have died from the flu. Continue reading →
Via Rail said no injuries were reported among the passengers and crew members onboard the westbound train travelling from Toronto to London. Continue reading →
That is down from the 979 students in Guelph that faced suspension at the end of January. Continue reading →
Ted Arnott and Michael Harris both say Christine Elliott is the best choice for the next premier of Ontario Continue reading →
Clemens Mill Public School in Cambridge was forced to close early on Wednesday due to a possible gas leak. Continue reading →