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”

RECAP: Consultants Lay Out First Principles in Ward Boundary Review

The first round of public feedback on the ward boundary portion of the Council Composition and Employment Status review is currently in progress. On Wednesday evening, members of the consultant team hired for the review along with City Clerk Stephen O’Brien led viewers through the principles they’re using to redraw the map, and answered residents questions as the next phase of this study gets underway. Continue reading “RECAP: Consultants Lay Out First Principles in Ward Boundary Review”

LIVE BLOG: State of the City Address 2018

This morning, Mayor Cam Guthrie will issue his fourth State of the City address at the annual event hosted by the Guelph Chamber of Commerce at the Delta Hotel and Conference Centre. Over breakfast, members will hear about all the great things going on at city hall, and maybe get a hint about what’s to come in this year’s election (?). We shall see what the mayor says, and you can see by following along on Twitter or by clicking below. Continue reading “LIVE BLOG: State of the City Address 2018”

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”

RECAP: Longfield Townhall on the Federal Budget

In his first townhall as Guelph’s Member of Parliament, Lloyd Longfield kept a pretty strict time regiment while covering a lot of ground as a full house came out tonight to Innovation Guelph to get an insider’s look at the 2016 Federal Budget. Longfield was joined by Vaughan-Woodbridge MP Franceso Sorbara and CPA Fred Richardson of BDO Canada, to talk about how the budget will affect the average, everyday Guelphite, and answer questions from the audience. Did you miss my live-tweet out or couldn’t make it to the townhall? Check out the recap below: Continue reading “RECAP: Longfield Townhall on the Federal Budget”