Open Sources (Ep. #382) Show Notes for June 23, 2022

This week on Open Sources Guelph, we consider change. Out of Toronto there was a report about policing that proved the worst case scenario, but will those numbers make a distance? Also, might this be the last session of the Canadian government led by the current prime minister? Some people think it’s possible. In the back half? We will work through some change of our own by talking to some local Indigenous voices. Continue reading “Open Sources (Ep. #382) Show Notes for June 23, 2022”

Open Sources (Ep. #369) Show Notes for March 17, 2022

This week on Open Sources Guelph, contrarian opinions are welcome, and they always will be. Wish we could say that was true in Russia, which is doing everything it can to convince its people that they are not in an aggressive war against Ukraine. We have to talk about that again, and we will also talk about the race to be Canada’s next Federal Conservative leader, plus, a city councillor stops by for another chat. Continue reading “Open Sources (Ep. #369) Show Notes for March 17, 2022”

Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday January 21, 2016

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If last week’s show was a major bummer, we try to lighten things up on this week’s Open Sources Guelph with some news that’s a little more hopeful, or at the very least head-scratchingly unbelievable. We look ahead to the coming week as Parliament gets back down to business, and we look at the Official Opposition’s upcoming leadership race and the surprising entry into that race. In other news, relations with an old enemy have thawed a little further, while another damp chill falls over the Canadian media landscape. We said we’d try! Continue reading “Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday January 21, 2016”

This Week in Terror: Bibeau Vid, RCMP Has Concerns & Social Media Snafu

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It seems like everyday now there’s some news item about violent extremism either here or abroad, and that last couple of days have been no exception. As the government releases the video made by the Parliament Hill shooter before the fateful day, the RCMP confronts the limits of managing its share of the War on Terror, while the politics of Bill C-51 seem to have affected its creator in an unlikely way. Continue reading “This Week in Terror: Bibeau Vid, RCMP Has Concerns & Social Media Snafu”

Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday February 5, 2015

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War and Pestilence are well-known Horsemen of the Apocalypse, but Bribery and Quitting….? From Parliament Hill to the Nickel Capital of the World to the disease filled attractions of the Magic Kingdom, it’s been another busy week in the news, and Open Sources Guelph has you covered from all the angles. Continue reading “Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday February 5, 2015”