RECAP: Wellington-Halton Hills Candidates Debate Environment and Social Justice Issues

While the Federal leaders got ready to meet in Gatineau for the official French-language debate, the candidates in Wellington-Halton Hills were among the numerous ridings in Canada taking part in this election’s 100 Debates on the Environment and More initiative. Hosted by the Halton Environmental Network (HEN), CFUW Georgetown and the Halton Hills Public Library, the four main party candidates in the riding traded policy (and barbs) over Zoom. Continue reading “RECAP: Wellington-Halton Hills Candidates Debate Environment and Social Justice Issues”

WELLINGTON-HALTON HILLS POLITICAST 2021 – Melanie Lang, Liberal Candidate

Wellington-Halton Hills, as a riding, was created in 2004 out of parts from four different ridings. In that first election, Conservative Michael Chong beat Liberal candidate Bruce Hood by a little over four points, but since then Chong has enjoyed double-digit victories including his 2011 general election victory with 63.7 per cent of the vote. So he’s invulnerable, right? Continue reading “WELLINGTON-HALTON HILLS POLITICAST 2021 – Melanie Lang, Liberal Candidate”

Kendall Named Interim CEO of the Guelph Chamber

A few weeks ago, it was announced that Kithio Mwanzia was stepping away from the Guelph Chamber of Commerce after four years of looking out for Guelph business interests. But with the Mwanzia era now over, it’s time for the interim era of Amy Kendall to begin. Continue reading “Kendall Named Interim CEO of the Guelph Chamber”