Open Sources Show Notes for June 4, 2020

So that happened this week. Those are dozens of American soldiers standing on guard in front of the Lincoln Memorial in the midst of night eight of nation-wide protests following the death of a black man in Minnesota. This week on Open Sources Guelph, we’re going to talk about everything happening in the United States, or at least try, and we’re going to talk about how it reflects on our own systemic racism here in Canada. Plus, isn’t there still a pandemic going on? Continue reading “Open Sources Show Notes for June 4, 2020”

Open Sources Show Notes for May 28, 2020

This week on Open Sources Guelph, we have the silly, we have the serious, and we have an in-depth discussion with a politician about the issues. This might be one of the most normal episodes we’ve done in a while, but we’ve still got COVID-19 concerns, especially in long term care homes. We’ll also head to Parliament Hill and we’ll talk to a local politician (for the East Coast) about his Canada-wide concerns for all cities. Continue reading “Open Sources Show Notes for May 28, 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”