Open Sources (Ep. #365) Show Notes for February 17, 2022

This week, Open Sources Guelph is going back to the convoy. Brace yourselves. A lot has changed since we last talked about the politics of these anti-mandate protests, and all levels of government have given us a lot to chew on these last few days. So there’s that, plus we will talk about the hate and scorn cast against the Canadian media. For the second half of the show, Mike Schreiner’s back just as you knew he would be. Continue reading “Open Sources (Ep. #365) Show Notes for February 17, 2022”

Sense and Reason Prevails on Victims of Communism Monument


Although probably ranked outside the Top 50 list of the Liberal government’s main priorities, there was good news for those who are not fans of gaudy, pushy, and high-political new monuments in the Capital area. Minister for Heritage Mélanie Joly told the press yesterday that the budget for the Memorial to the Victims of Communism had been cut, and that it would not be constructed on land immediately next to the Supreme Court of Canada building. Continue reading “Sense and Reason Prevails on Victims of Communism Monument”