Things to Look Forward to With Guelph Politico in 2023

Don’t call them New Year’s Resolutions! Having said that, with our busy election year finally out of the way, I’ve been looking at ways to bring new, better, more interesting, and better packaged political news from this site to all its dozens of readers. So below are five things that you can expect from Guelph Politico and its various appendages once we flip over the calendar to 2023. Continue reading “Things to Look Forward to With Guelph Politico in 2023”

GUELPH POLITICAST #300 – Guelph Politico

For the 300th episode of the Guelph Politicast, there were some grand plans afoot. How about a live show?! With special guests!! Each one more surprising than the last! But who would you invite? How live can you be in the nth stage of a global pandemic? What’s the difference between a virtual event and just another Zoom meeting anyway? Well then, forget it! For episode #300, Guelph Politico turns the microphone on itself! Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #300 – Guelph Politico”

GUELPH POLITICAST #173 – Robert Swayze, Integrity Commissioner

If you’re lucky, then you will only ever hear from the integrity commissioner once a year when he or she delivers their annual report. But if your city council is dysfunctional, and unable to work together cordially or in good faith, then the integrity commissioner is your best friend. Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #173 – Robert Swayze, Integrity Commissioner”

Changes Coming to Politico in 2017

It’s been quite a year for Guelph Politico! Thank you to everyone that engages with the site be it monetarily, through support and sharing on social media, or by sampling making Politico you’re destination for political news in the City of Guelph. 2016 was a tremendous year, tremendously busy and tremendously accomplished, but as the holiday break begins, I’m also taking this time to announce some changes for Guelph Politico in the new year. Check them out and let me know what you think. Continue reading “Changes Coming to Politico in 2017”

New Year’s Directions for 2016

I don’t believe in New Year’s Resolutions. If you want to make a change in your life don’t wait for an arbitrary date on the calendar to start making those changes just because it’s the first day of a New Year. Having said that though, it seems appropriate to take this time to set goals for the coming year, and this year for Politico I have some big goals. To my mind, nothing makes you working harder to achieve goals than making it known publicly that you have a plan, and in the interest of full disclosure, here are five things you can look forward to changing this year on Guelph Politico. Continue reading “New Year’s Directions for 2016”

A Quick Note About the Cam Guthrie Podcast

I mentioned this in the last episode of the Guelph Politicast, but in the wake of the incredible partisanship I’ve been seeing online, I thought it beared repeating. There will be a delay in the posting of the podcast interview with mayoral candidate Cam Guthrie. Continue reading “A Quick Note About the Cam Guthrie Podcast”