Downtown Directory a listing of all downtown businesses

Types of Businesses

Accessories

12 businesses

Accessorize your home.

Art, Antiques & Hobbies

14 businesses

Add some interest to your world.

Clothing & Housewares

34 businesses

A variety of options.

Food & Dining

94 businesses

restaurants, cafes, pubs, takeout, fast food

Entertainment

22 businesses

nightlife, cinema, event tickets, bars, dancing

Financial

15 businesses

banking, investments, insurance

Florists & Gifts

13 businesses

flowers, presents for all ages

Government

6 businesses

municipal, county, provincial, courts

Hair & Beauty

29 businesses

salons, spas, hair removal

Health & Fitness

70 businesses

doctors, dentists, optometrists, laboratories, therapy, pharmacies, clinics, yoga and more

Non-Profit Organizations

22 businesses

churches, charities, community organizations

Professional Services

40 businesses

consultants, photographers, lawyers, accountants, designers

Real Estate & Property Management

8 businesses

agents, realty

Services

46 businesses

repairs, printing, instruction, employment, driver training, tattoos & piercings

Shopping

11 businesses

retail, clothing, shoes, music, books, grocery, home decor

Sporting Goods

6 businesses

sports

Sunday Business Hours

91 businesses

Check out Downtown Guelph’s businesses that are open every Sunday!

Technology

7 businesses

software, web, data, design

Transportation

2 businesses

taxis, trains, buses

Travel

2 businesses

travel agencies, hotels

Variety & Dollar Store

6 businesses

variety stores, convenience

Ontario Court of Justice Provincial Offences Court

59 Carden St. • 519-826-0762

Since May 29, 2000, the City of Guelph has been responsible for the administration and prosecution of most provincial offence charges issued within Guelph-Wellington. The City provides administration for the Ontario Court of Justice with respect to all provincial offences and prosecution services regarding Part I Provincial Offences Act charges ("tickets"). These charges include tickets issued pursuant to the Highway Traffic Act, Liquor Licence Act and similar provincial statutes.

This transfer of responsibilities from the province to the municipality ensures that local governments have more responsibility for justice that impacts the local communities. Further, the public can be assured of a high level of quality service at the local level.

It is important to note that the function of the judiciary and the provision of justice in the Ontario Court of Justice in Guelph-Wellington are not in any way affected by this transfer of responsibility.

 

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