GUELPH POLITICAST #357 – The New Kids on the Block Part 2

Next week, council will have their meeting to confirm the 2023 budget, which, on the surface, seems like a relatively ordinary and straightforward procedure, but it may be a pretty big hint at the challenges that are coming for the members of city council, old and new alike. In terms of the new, and the challenges they’ve already been facing, this seems like a good time to get to know a few more of the new council players. Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #357 – The New Kids on the Block Part 2”

ELECTION RESULTS: Resounding Re-Election for Guthrie, 5 New Councillors

The results of the 2022 Guelph Municipal Election were predictable in some ways, but really quite surprising in others. Among the especially notable surprises is that while nine incumbents were running for re-election, only eight of them are coming back to the council table in the new term. As for those five new councillors, who are they exactly? Let’s go through the returns below! Continue reading “ELECTION RESULTS: Resounding Re-Election for Guthrie, 5 New Councillors”

CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE – Ken Yee Chew, Ward 6 Councillor

“I am running because Guelph’s growing Ward 6 needs a City Councillor with the relevant skills and expertises to address the priorities and concerns of today’s realities. As an urban designer and design professional, I want people to recognize that Guelph is a thriving city with untapped potential and we need creative collaboration and strong consensus leadership to unite our communities.” Continue reading “CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE – Ken Yee Chew, Ward 6 Councillor”