GUELPH POLITICAST #29 – Sebastian Silva/ Joan Jylanne/ Lloyd Longfield

On this edition of the Guelph Politicast, we experiment with the form by have three separate short interviews: robocall investigation enthusiast Sebastian Silva, senior policy planner with the City of Guelph’s Joan Jylanne, and Guelph Member of Parliament Lloyd Longfield. Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #29 – Sebastian Silva/ Joan Jylanne/ Lloyd Longfield”

City Looking for Help Developing Policy with Affordable Housing Workshop

Sometimes a meeting isn’t about what you think it’s going to be about, and much of understanding the aims of a workshop on affordable housing Tuesday had to do with definitions. For instance, affordable housing isn’t social housing; the latter being government run, and in the case of Guelph, it’s run through the County of Wellington’s offices. Many big terms were thrown around like “primary rental”, and “secondary rental”, and how the city tracks one but not the other, but both are part of the consideration of affordable housing, and what the City might do to create more of it in Guelph. Continue reading “City Looking for Help Developing Policy with Affordable Housing Workshop”