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.
George McPhee and Brian MacLellan grew up in Guelph, played hockey together, worked for the Washington Capitals, and still remain good friends. Continue reading →
Police say the 20-year-old driver suffered serious, but non-life threatening injuries to his arm in Wednesday’s crash. Continue reading →
NDP candidate Aggie Mlynarz appeared to be the most outspoken candidate out of the four during Tuesday’s debate in Guelph. Continue reading →
OPP said the vehicle was littering the highway with car parts and officers were able to follow the debris to the crash site. Continue reading →
Schreiner would increase the exemption for the Employer Health Tax and increase the corporate tax on big businesses by one per cent. Continue reading →
Despite some fears, the report did not recommend privatizing garbage collection in Guelph. Continue reading →
Ford made the announcement during a campaign stop at a pizzeria in Cambridge on Thursday afternoon. Continue reading →
Crews will be installing a crane as part of a development on Yarmouth Street. Continue reading →
the 17th annual annual Special Olympic Track and Field Day in Guelph coincides with the 50th anniversary of Special Olympics. Continue reading →
Sly Castaldi is running for the Ontario Liberal Party in Guelph after longtime MPP Liz Sandals announced she would be retiring from politics. Continue reading →
The union that represents maintenance workers says it stopped paying rent in protest after its office was deemed unsafe by campus police. Continue reading →
Guelph police allege a tow truck driver intentionally struck a car following an argument and fled the scene. Continue reading →
OPP say the crash involved a vehicle going into a ditch on Wellington Road 8. Continue reading →
The Liberal leader will visit Wellington Brewery on Woodlawn Road, but no new announcements are expected. Continue reading →