Politics Mixes with Breakfast For Some of Guelph’s Most Vulnerable

The normal Wednesday morning community breakfast at Lakeside HOPE House had some special guests this week, another sign that the Federal Election is just a few weeks, if not a few days, away. Six of the candidates wanting to be Guelph’s next MP visited HOPE House Wednesday morning talk politics with some the City’s most vulnerable people over some scrambled eggs, sausage, and chocolate chip pancakes. Continue reading “Politics Mixes with Breakfast For Some of Guelph’s Most Vulnerable”

Money for HOPE House Among New Funding for Ontario Non-Profits

A lot of people in Guelph are going to get a lot of help thanks to new funding for Lakeside HOPE House delivered Guelph MPP Liz Sandals today. In an announcement at HOPE House’s downtown location today, Sandals pledged $150,000 over three years to “enhance the financial stability of those that need their help.” Continue reading “Money for HOPE House Among New Funding for Ontario Non-Profits”

GUELPH POLITICAST #68 – Ted Drewlo, The Coldest Night of the Year

This is probably not the type of weather you want when you’re holding a fundraiser called “The Coldest Night of the Year,” but on the other hand, if you want to rally people to come out and walk between two and ten kilometres to raise money for charity, this is maybe just the kind of weather you want. Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #68 – Ted Drewlo, The Coldest Night of the Year”