CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE – Steven Petric for Ward 3 Councillor

When Steve Petric appears at council, it’s usually to speak about transit issues, but now he aims to be at council all the time as one of Ward 3’s councillors. Continue reading “CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE – Steven Petric for Ward 3 Councillor”

CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE – Mike Foley for Ward 2/3/4 Upper Grand District School Board Trustee

Mike Foley aims to be a new voice on the Upper Grand District School Board as one of two representatives for Wards 2, 3, and 4. Continue reading “CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE – Mike Foley for Ward 2/3/4 Upper Grand District School Board Trustee”

CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE – Tina Danese for Ward 2/3/4 Upper Grand District School Board Trustee

Tina Danese is aiming for an upset in the race for Ward 2, 3, and 4 Trustee for the Upper Grand District School Board running against one other challenger and the two incumbents. Continue reading “CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE – Tina Danese for Ward 2/3/4 Upper Grand District School Board Trustee”

CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE – Jason Dodge for Ward 3 Councillor

Jason Dodge has been a community advocate for a while, and he’s trying again to take his advocacy to the next level as the city councillor for his Ward, Ward 3.  Continue reading “CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE – Jason Dodge for Ward 3 Councillor”

CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE – June Hofland for Ward 3 Councillor

June Hofland got to keep her seat in 2014 by only a few votes. She’s obviously hoping to do better this year among some stiff competition. Continue reading “CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE – June Hofland for Ward 3 Councillor”

CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE: Phil Allt for Ward 3 Councillor

Phil Allt won first place in the 2014 Municipal Election among Ward 3 voters, and he aims to keep is seat in the next term of council. Here are his responses to the 2018 Guelph Politico Candidate Questionnaire. Continue reading “CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE: Phil Allt for Ward 3 Councillor”

Maggie Laidlaw (Ward 3) – Candidate Questionnaire

If re-elected, Maggie Laidlaw will be the longest serving member of city council, a political career that she started 20 years go when she was first elected school trustee. She was then elected to council for the first time in 2000, the start of an auspicious and occasionally controversial tenure around the horseshoe that has, regardless, seen her re-elected three time by now. Continue reading “Maggie Laidlaw (Ward 3) – Candidate Questionnaire”

Bob Moore (Ward 3) – Candidate Questionnaire

Although they came to the Royal City via Stoney Creek, Lindsay, Ottawa and Kingston, Bob Moore and his wife, Jane, have called Guelph home for 10 years now, living near the intersection of London and Edinburgh in the middle of Ward 3. Moore recently retired after more than 25 years of experience as an administrator in both secondary and elementary schools. He has also served on the Boards and Committees of a wide range of community and educational organizations, such as Hope House, and the Julien Project. When he’s not serving on committees, or building furniture, Bob researches and writes articles of historic interest, and has published articles on pioneer immigration, genealogical searches, colonial government, and Quaker history. He recently published an article on the University of Guelph’s Professor Zavitz for the Guelph Historical Society. Now he’s making a run for a seat on city council, and he took some time to answer the Guelph Politico Candidate Quesitonnaire. Continue reading “Bob Moore (Ward 3) – Candidate Questionnaire”