Longfield Re-Elected as Liberals Hold Area Seats and Make Gains

Guelph has sent a Liberal to Ottawa in every election since 1993, and Election #43 was no exception. Liberal incumbent Lloyd Longfield is still the Member of Parliament for Guelph, and though he’s going back to Ottawa with a smaller Liberal government, we will have some new friends from the area. Continue reading “Longfield Re-Elected as Liberals Hold Area Seats and Make Gains”

WELLINGTON-HALTON HILLS POLITICAST – Dr. Lesley Barron, Liberal Party

The history of Wellington-Halton Hills as a riding, is the history of Michael Chong. The riding was created in 2004, which was Chong’s first electoral victory, and he has been victorious ever since. Is it possible that a Liberal could come up now, and unseat a well-liked, and well-known member of the opposition party in a non-change election? Continue reading “WELLINGTON-HALTON HILLS POLITICAST – Dr. Lesley Barron, Liberal Party”

The Official Guelph Ballot Makes Us Ask, “Who is Michael Wassilyn?”

Wednesday was the deadline to be nominated to run in the 2019 Federal Election, and Guelph has nine people people on the ballot. Are you surprised at that number? You might be, because along with the eight known candidates, there’s a ninth independent candidate in the race, and it’s hard to find any information about him. Continue reading “The Official Guelph Ballot Makes Us Ask, “Who is Michael Wassilyn?””

WELLINGTON-HALTON HILLS POLITICAST – Ralph Martin, Green Party

So what is the Wellington Halton-Hills Politicast? For the next couple of weeks, it’s a miniseries we’re doing to profile the people running in the riding of Wellington Halton-Hills, which basically surrounds Guelph, and has a very unique and different character from our political field here in the Royal City. Continue reading “WELLINGTON-HALTON HILLS POLITICAST – Ralph Martin, Green Party”