Open Sources (Ep. #400) Show Notes for November 10, 2022

This week on Open Sources Guelph we turn 400! The above image was posted with the very first show notes page for our very first episode, so get ready to enter the time capsule as we re-examine eight years and 399 episodes worth of material. At the same time, we will look at the months and years to come with our special 400th guest, the once and future mayor of the Royal City! Continue reading “Open Sources (Ep. #400) Show Notes for November 10, 2022”

Open Sources Show Notes for August 4 and 11, 2022

This week on Open Sources Guelph, we’re saying ‘goodbye’. Wait! No, you did not miss the sudden cancellation of our show. Your dedicated local newsies are still very much in the game, but like many games there’s a half-time, and we’ve entered ours. For the next couple of weeks, we’re going into the OSG archives with some our recent insights and interviews. Soon, we shall return with so much newness, you won’t know what hit you! Continue reading “Open Sources Show Notes for August 4 and 11, 2022”

Open Sources is on Vacation!

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.

Now watch this drive…

Open Sources’ Manifesto for 2017

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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”

Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday May 21, 2015

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It’s legal trouble and potential legal trouble on this week’s Open Sources Guelph. Not against us (hopefully), but the defendants include a colourful cabaret of characters including the City of Hamilton, nearly a dozen misguided Montreal teens and perennial defendant Omar Khadr. Meanwhile, one wonders if we might soon see former members of the Progressive Conservative government in legal trouble since they’ve been having shredders work overtime at the Edmonton Legislature when the voters decided to hand the keys over to the NDP. One might say the old guard was flipping the bird to oversight, though fortunately for them they didn’t post it on Facebook. Continue reading “Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday May 21, 2015”

Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday April 23, 2015

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In October 2014, Cam Guthrie was given a promotion by the voters of Guelph from Ward 4 city councillor to mayor. His campaign message of limited tax increases and fiscal transparency resonated with people, and as a result he was handed a decisive victory over incumbent mayor Karen Farbridge. But winning an election in one thing, being the city’s chief representative, advocate and ambassador is another bailiwick entirely. Now, just over six months since his election win, Mayor Cam Guthrie will join Open Sources Guelph for an hour of frank (and hopefully fun) discussion about his last 100 some-odd days on the job, and the challenges facing him and Guelph’s city council for the next few years. Continue reading “Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday April 23, 2015”

Open Sources No-Show Notes for Thursday April 2, 2015

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Do to circumstances beyond our control, Open Sources Guelph will not be broadcasting on Thursday April 2 at 5 pm. CFRU will instead be broadcasting a special musical performance live to air from the University of Guelph Bullring. Don’t worry. This ain’t over.

Although Scotty Hertz and Adam A. Donaldson have the week off, they are continuing to plan future shows and future coverage, including some very big shows for April including an interview with Party of One author Michael Harris, an Earth Day special with former Green Party candidate Mike Nagy and special guests, and our hour-long conversation with Guelph Mayor Cam Guthrie.

In the meantime you can listen to any of our old shows on the CFRU archive page.