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Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday September 14, 2017

As Scotty Hertz continues his search for King Solomon’s mine or whatever, the retconning of Open Sources Guelph this week continues with its transformation into a hardcore news show without any of that working class hero nonsense. So what are we doing this week? We’ve got the singing city councillor, and Guelph’s most well-known pot activist! Okay, so it’s not going to be *super* serious, but we’re going to tackle serious issues, in a serious way, with some fine and affable local characters. In other words… Continue reading

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Brother Kase Calls COP-22 “A Capitalist Love Fest”

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The UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP22) took place last month in Marrakech, and Guelph Marijuana Party candidate Kornelis Klevering was there. From him, we’ve got the following report: Continue reading

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Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday September 10, 2015

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Like the campaigns themselves, Open Sources Guelph will kick its election coverage into high gear this week with the first of our candidate profiles. We published a full schedule of the interviews we have arranged, and in the weeks to come, we invite all voters in Guelph to tune and listen to our interviews with all the candidates and make your own mind about who to vote for on October 19. Continue reading

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Open Sources Show Notes for Fall Election Coverage

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Can you believe the 2015 Federal Campaign is already a month old? Neither can we, but as September begins, those of that run the wheels here at Open Sources Guelph are about to get serious with our campaign coverage, as the show post-Labour Day will start to share the mic with a rotating chair of local candidates who are all vying to become Guelph’s next Member of Parliament. Where do they stand on the issues? What do they want to do for the riding? What effect will their party’s victory on October 19th have on the country? Those are some of the questions we’ll put to our special guests, and here is when you can listen to their answers? Continue reading

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