GUELPH POLITICAST #118 – Mapping the Ward, An Update

The Ward. It’s so ubiquitous to the city that you don’t even need to identify it by its full name. It’s just the Ward. In the (not literal) shadow of downtown, the Ward is one of the oldest parts of Guelph, and it’s seen a lot of changes over the decades, but perhaps none so pronounced as what’s happening now. The question: might there be some resentment about that from long-time residents? Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #118 – Mapping the Ward, An Update”

Three Local Political Events; One Big Night

If you’re looking for something to do on Wednesday September 28, then you’re in luck! You will have your pick of three major political events in the Guelph area to check out. Continue reading “Three Local Political Events; One Big Night”

RECAP: Bob Bell and Dan Gibson Hosted Ward 1 Townhall

Wednesday night, Ward 1 Councillors Dan Gibson and Bob Bell hosted the first townhall of the year. The room at the Italian Canadian Club was full, the townhall went about half-an-hour overtime, and a wide variety of issues were covered from beginning till end. If you weren’t able to attend, or want to relive the experience, the live tweets from the forum are all arranged below for your transparent delight. Continue reading “RECAP: Bob Bell and Dan Gibson Hosted Ward 1 Townhall”