December means end of the year lists, and when you’re a Guelph news site, that means taking account of the last 12 months worth of stories and deciding which were the 10 most compelling. Here’s the year in news according the finest mind of Guelph Politico! Continue reading “Guelph Politico’s Top 10 News Stories of 2018!”
As the 2018 Municipal Election enters the end game, Open Sources Guelph returned to its live format last week with the first of two big interviews.
Last Thursday, Mayoral candidate Aggie Mlynarz dropped by CFRU to talk about her campaign, the issues, and what her vision is for the City of Guelph.
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It’s been a hustle and bustle these last few weeks to get 19 of your city council candidates onto Open Sources Guelph. Thankfully, for the next two weeks, we’re going to be doing something more laid back, and by laid back, we mean host a couple of very important interviews. For the next two weeks we’re going to talk to two people, and only one of them will be the next mayor of Guelph on October 22.
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In her second election of the year, Aggie Mlynarz hopes to upset the present incumbent to become the next Mayor of Guelph. Continue reading “CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE – Aggie Mlynarz for Mayor”
For the next two weeks on Open Sources Guelph, we’re going to be hosting hour-long, live interviews with Guelph’s two mayoral candidates. Do you have a question you want them to answer? Tell us! Continue reading “Tell Open Sources Your Questions for the Mayoral Candidates”
A lot of you have been looking for a way to watch Wednesday’s mayoral debate at the Italian Canadian Club, and the fate’s have answered… Continue reading “VIDEO: Watch the First Full Mayor’s Debate Between Guthrie and Mlynarz”
Guelph’s two mayoral candidates debated for the first time at the Italian Canadian Club tonight in an event hosted by the Guelph Wellington Coalition for Social Justice. What did they say on the issues? Who got in their licks? Wast there any controversy? Check out Guelph Politico’s recap below. Continue reading “RECAP: Guthrie and Mlynarz Face Off in First Mayoral Debate”
It’s hot outside, but the first strikes in the 2018 mayoral campaign have been almost as hot. It begins. Continue reading “Mayoral Candidates Announce Platforms in First Unofficial Day of Campaigning”
With nominations for the municipal election closing on Friday, Mayor Cam Guthrie had just over four days left before being acclaimed as the head of Guelph’s city council for another four years. On Monday morning though, one candidate came forward to say “Not so fast”, and she made it clear that she’s not going to let you hold her youth and inexperience against her. Continue reading “Mlynarz Runs for Mayor, and Yes, She’s In It to Win It”
She came within a quarter of a per cent of taking second place in Guelph’s provincial election race, but it sounds like she’s not prepared to settle for second this fall by running in the municipal election. Aggie Mlynarz has announced that she intends to run for Mayor of Guelph against the incumbent Cam Guthrie on October 22. Continue reading “Mlynarz Decides to Try for Mayor Instead”
Guelph made Ontario political history last night by electing the province’s first Green Party Member of Provincial Parliament. Mike Schreiner’s victory came after what looked like a very tight race in the riding, but in the end, Schreiner won his seat in what can only be described as a “blow out” result for the Green Party of Ontario leader. Continue reading “Schreiner Makes History in Competitive Guelph Race”