August is almost here, which typically means a slower pace of news coverage in Guelph since city council is taking the month off. To look at it another way, it’s the perfect time to stop, and take stock of the year so far before we dive into a very busy fall that has a federal election, and a lengthy budget season. You know what? It’s time for Guelph Stuff. Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #179 – Guelph Stuff (Bernier, Library, and Council)”
Contentious meetings about development charges and parkland, demands for improved transit, a fight between students and the provincial government about post-secondary funding. Discussions about issues this contentious demands a couple of straight shooters respected on all sides. It’s time for another “Guelph Stuff!” Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #159 – Guelph Stuff (Parkland, DCs, Transit and Students)”
Had enough of this autopsy of the year 2018 that every media outlet is doing? Hold on you your butts because Guelph Politico’s got one more: December’s edition of “Guelph Stuff.” Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #153 – Guelph Stuff: Year in Review”
You know those podcasts where two people talk about the news like they’re some kind of experts on the subject? Well, this is like that, except about Guelph news! Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #148 – Guelph Stuff: Closed Meetings, High Speed Rail & What’s Next”
The Open Sources Guelph interviews with council candidates continue this week with five new segments from five new people who are running again, or for the first time, for Guelph City Council.
On last Thursday’s episode we heard from Alex Green, Cathy Downer, Steve Petric, Eli Ridder, and Anshu Khurana, and now you can hear from them too by downloading the podcast version of the show.
Follow the link below, or search “Guelph Politicast” and download on iTunes, Stitcher and Google Play.
It’s nearly a month till Election Day, which means there’s a lot of ground to cover in the next 30-some odd days. This week on Open Sources Guelph, you join our candidate interview series already in progress as we go into the field again to talk to those that seek the endorsement of the people so that they might become official city councillors.
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