RECAP: Arts, Culture and Sports Leaders Share Thoughts About Tourism Plan

What does the City of Guelph need to do to attract visitors to our fair municipality? City hall is presently developing a strategy guide to provide direction on how to bring to Guelph new visitors and drive economic growth in culture and sports tourism, and on Monday, leaders and community activists in the areas of arts, culture and sports took part in two community engagement sessions to offer feedback. This is the story of one of those sessions… Continue reading “RECAP: Arts, Culture and Sports Leaders Share Thoughts About Tourism Plan”

GUELPH POLITICAST #257 – Gone Gryphon

For many thousands of students at the University of Guelph, sport is a big part of their daily routine. Whether they’re a varsity athlete, play on an intramural team, or simply enjoy access to the gym, pool, or rink for personal exercise or enjoyment, athletics is an important part of student life, but what part does athletics play when there’s hardly any student life on campus? Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #257 – Gone Gryphon”


Like so many events and festivals since the middle of March, the annual Guelph Sports Hall of Fame ceremony was postponed because of the pandemic. One of the inductees this year is Rob Massey, who has made a career out of covering local sports in Guelph, and that definitely deserves to be honoured. So as Massey waits to get his lovely Kiwanis Club dinner, we will tide him over by celebrating his achievement on this edition of the podcast. Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #226 – SPORTS!”