For the last six weeks, the team at Open Sources Guelph has been chasing the nearly 40 candidates running for Guelph city council, and we caught almost 75 per cent of them. Presented here for the first time, we’ve organized all the interviews we’ve done according to the wards, and as we go into the first weekend of early voting, consider these special editions of the show as essential tools in decided who to vote for. Continue reading “Open Sources 2022 Council Candidate Interviews By the Wards”
To all our fans, we regret to inform you that we’re taking the next few weeks off for some much needed R&R. Open Sources Guelph will air repeats on August 1 and August 8, and then come back in our usual timeslot on Thursday August 15, refreshed, and ready to cover the 2019 Federal Election.
In the meantime, you can listen to past episodes of the show on the Guelph Politicast channel on Podbean here, or download them on your favourite podcast app at iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, and Spotify.
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If you’re planing on tuning in to this week’s Open Sources Guelph, don’t! Continue reading “Open Sources Taking the Week Off for Black History Month”
The next month is going to be very busy for special guests here on Open Sources Guelph! We’ve got a federal politician, a provincial politician, and a Guelph city councillor along a panel of local all-stars for our annual tribute to all things Green. Continue reading “Who’s Becoming an Open Source the Next Couple of Weeks?”
It’s hard to believe that two years ago this week, two of the guys from the “Gang of Four” decided to go solo and start their own show. It was an ambitious show that would aim to do all the things that Gang of Four did, plus a little bit more, that’s why it was called “Open Sources Guelph“, the show was open for anyone to be a source. That was year one. In year two, we upped our game to try and fill the void left by the closure of the Guelph Mercury by profiling our local politicians. So what are we doing for 2017? We’re taking it up another notch, of course! Continue reading “Open Sources’ Manifesto for 2017”
It’s that time again for Open Sources Guelph to take some R&R at Christmastime, but that doesn’t mean we’re going to leave you hanging. In other words, while we’re going to be taking a couple of weeks off from the news, we will still be delivering new episodes, so gather the family ’round the radio and give a listen your favourite Guelph holiday tradition: the annual Christmas and New Year’s specials of Open Sources. Continue reading “What’s Open Sources Programming for the Holidays?”
The end is nigh. Whether that’s the end of this terrible election cycle or the end of the world, that’s entirely up to how the American electorate will cast its vote on Tuesday, but one thing’s for certain: Open Sources Guelph will be going live to air to cover the whole darn thing. When you tune in your radio to 93.3 FM – or tune in your web browser to cfru.ca – on Tuesday at 8 pm, the CFRU election team will bring you all the blow-by-blows from Bangor to Sacramento, from Anchorage to Orlando, and all points in between as we wait and see if America makes history by electing its first female president or makes history by decided to end it all in star-spangled, Cheeto-dust-covered glory! Continue reading “OSG Will Cover U.S. Election Night”