Guelph Politicast

The First 100 Episodes of the Guelph Politicast!

#100 – Gerry Barker, Guelph Speaks
#99 – Listener Q and A
#98 – Tara Baker, City Treasurer
#97 – Trying to Privatize Toronto’s Garbage
#96 – June Hofland on the Lafarge Site
#95 – Brad Evoy, OPIRG
#94 – The Chairs of Guelph’s School Boards
#93 – Scott Thomson, Guelph Jazz Festival Artistic Director
#92 – Robert Routledge, U of G Student Life
#91 – The Open Sources Guelph 2017 Interviews
#90 – The Year at Council So Far…
#89 – Dr. Hugh Whiteley, “Emeritus Council Delegate”
#88 – Steve Kraft, CEO of Guelph Public Library
#87 – Holly Mastrogiacomo, Guelph’s #TamponTuesday
#86 – C.J. Smith, This Crazy Train
#85 – Celebrating Celebrations of Guelph
#84 – Heather Flaherty, GM of Parks & Recreation
#83 – Live (ish) From National Aboriginal Day
#82 – Linda Terry, Social Planning Council of Cambridge and North Dumfries
#81 – Kristina Virro, Nutritionist and Psychotherapist-in-Training
#80 – Danna Evans, General Manager of Culture, Tourism & Community Investment
#79 – Hans Zegerius, Petrie Photographer
#78 – Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis
#77 – The 2Rivers Festival
#76 – Charlie Angus in the Green Room with a Story
#75 – Volunteer Centre of Guelph/Wellington
#74 – The Central Student Association
#73 – Brad McInerney, Kazoofest
#72 – Guelph’s Spectacular Spider-Man
#71 – College Royal
#70 – Manuel Marques, Grievance Co-ordinator, CUPE 3913
#69 – Laura Maclure of CUPE on Precarious Work
#68 – Ted Drewlo, The Coldest Night of the Year
#67 – The Voices of Electoral Reform
#66 – The State of the City 2017
#65 – Phil Andrews, Former Editor of the Guelph Mercury
#64 – The Allt Brothers
#63 – Electoral Reform Redux
#62 – Bradley Breedon, Substitute Politico
#61 – Randalin Ellery, Guelph and Wellington Task Force for the Elimination of Poverty
#60 – Mike Spicer, Guelph Transit General Manager
#59 – Bill Hulet, Guelph Back-Grounder
#58 – Real Estate in Guelph
#57 – Ted Pritchard, Fair Tax Campaign
#56 – Ed Butts, Local Historian and Author
#55 – Guelph Black Heritage Society
#54 – Memories of Protesting Walmart
#53 – Friends of the Guelph Public Library
#52 – Jeremy Luke Hill, Vocamus Press
#51 – Fred Dahms, Author of ‘Conflict and Compromise’
#50 – Susan Ratcliffe, Eden Mills Writers Festival
#49 – Live (ish) From the Labour Day Picnic
#48 – Food Trucks in Guelph
#47 – Stephen O’Brien, City Clerk
#46 – Nightlife Task Force
#45 – Wellington Water Watchers
#44 – Steven Petric, Transit Advocate
#43 – Bicycling in Guelph
#42 – Jay Reid and Hayley Kellett of the Making-Box
#41 – Fair Vote Guelph on Electoral Reform
#40 – Paul Smith, Métis Writer and Activist
#39 – Kornelis Klevering and Robocalls
#38 – Colin Oaks, Project Biologist for Trout Unlimited Canada
#37 – Jennifer Haines, Owner of the Dragon
#36 – Brandon Kidd, Library Chair of Out on the Shelf
#35 – Chad Archibald, Filmmaker
#34 – Bryan Munn, Royal Cat Records
#33 – The Neighbours of Glasgow Street North Community Action Group
#32 – Kelly Smith of the 2016 Resilience Festival
#31 – Michael Druker, TriTAG
#30 – James Gordon on Freedom to Read Week
#29 – Sebastian Silva/ Joan Jylanne/ Lloyd Longfield
#28 – Sian Matwey, Community Organizer
#27 – Jessica Gibson, Guelph Museums
#26 – Lloyd Longfield, MP-Elect
#25 – Greg Taylor, Ghost Walk of Guelph
#24 – Scott McGovern, Ed Video Media Arts Centre
#23 – Miguel Figueroa, Leader, Communist Party of Canada
#22 – Year End with Joanne Shuttleworth, Guelph Mercury
#21 – Tracy Marchesich, Guelph Food Bank
#20 – “Fireside Chat” with Phil Allt and James Gordon
#19 – Dave Regos, Producer of ‘Divide in Concord’
#18 – Councillor Cam Guthrie (2014 Municipal Election)
#17 – Mayor Karen Farbridge (2014 Municipal Election)
#16 – Joseph St. Denis, Mayoral Candidate (2014 Municipal Election)
#15 – Andrew Donovan, Mayoral Candidate (2014 Municipal Election)
#14 – Jason Blokhuis, Mayoral Candidate (2014 Municipal Election)
#13 – John Legere, Mayoral Candidate (2014 Municipal Election)
#12 – Anthony MacDonald, Progressive Conservatives (2014 Provincial Election)
#11 – Juanita Burnett, Communist Party of Ontario (2014 Provincial Election)
#10 – James Gordon, New Democratic Party of Ontario (2014 Provincial Election)
#9 – Liz Sandals, Liberal Party of Ontario (2014 Provincial Election)
#8 – Mike Schreiner, Green Party of Ontario (2014 Provincial Election)
#7 – Chris Turner, Author of ‘The War on Science’
#6 – Michael Keefer, U of G Prof
#5 – Andy Best, Guelph Civic League
#4 – David J. Knight, Local Historian
#3 – Frank Valeriote, Guelph MP
#2 – Organizers of Guelph Pride
#1 – Elizabeth Rowley, Leader, Communist Party of Ontario (2011 Provincial Election)
# – Julian Ichim, Independent Candidate (2011 Provincial Election)
# – Liz Sandals, Liberal Party of Ontario (2011 Provincial Election)
# – James Gordon, New Democratic Party of Ontario (2011 Provincial Election)
# – Greg Schirk, Progressive Conservatives (2011 Provincial Election)
# – Drew Garvie, Communist Party of Ontario (2011 Provincial Election)
# – Steve Dyck, Green Party of Ontario (2011 Provincial Election)

Links to Guelph-centric interviews on Open Sources Guelph on next page…