Open Sources Show Notes for May 21, 2020

This week on Open Sources Guelph we start with dessert. The Premier of Ontario hasn’t told us to eat cake, but he showed us how to make one, which could be just as bad as the other thing once austerity sets in. That’s just one of the topics we’ll explore on this week’s show along with matters of inquiry in Nova Scotia, the latest attack against a free press, and the messed up labour market being created by Amazon, and its “trillionaire” CEO. Continue reading “Open Sources Show Notes for May 21, 2020”

Open Sources Show Notes for May 14, 2020

This week on Open Sources Guelph, we’re getting ready for the long weekend, and that means stoking some controversy. We’re going to re-visit the non-stop state of weirdness, ignorance, and conspiracy in the American executive, and then we’re going to discuss some controversial comments from a Canadian politician who is no stranger to controversial comments. Before that though, we’ll hear from Guelph’s mayor and get the latest about the local response to COVID-19. Continue reading “Open Sources Show Notes for May 14, 2020”

Open Sources Show Notes for May 7, 2020

This week on Open Sources Guelph, let’s chat about the present and the past. There’s still some COVID-19 stuff going on, which includes the status of long-term care homes, and all those proverbial “yahoos” battling imaginary boogeymen in the name of re-opening the economy. In other news, the Federal government is looking to pass new gun laws, and on the same week we mark the 50th anniversary of the Kent State Massacre. Continue reading “Open Sources Show Notes for May 7, 2020”