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Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday October 26, 2017

This week on Open Sources Guelph, we’re talking about unity and division. Mostly division. Right now, the United Nations is divided because of a perhaps ill-advised Goodwill Ambassadorship that has since been revoked, Quebec is divided because of the government’s latest assault against religious attire, and there’s division in Russia because that’s just the way Putin likes it. As for unity, we look to Alberta and all it’s conservatives, big and small ‘c’, who are trying to find one leader to unite them all for the next election. Continue reading

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Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday October 29, 2015

On this week’s episode of Open Sources Guelph, we leave the Federal Election behind and dig into new issues and some old ones. In the first half, we’ll be checking in with Canada’s First Nations people as they continue to struggle for fair treatment and equality only to be stymied at every turn. In the United States, they too are a but hungover from an election, but they still have a little over a year to go till theirs is over. And finally, we’ll consider a new thought about a favourite fall holiday. Continue reading

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Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday April 16, 2015

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Since 1970, the 22nd of April has been known as a time to stop and think about our effect on the planet and all the damage we have wrought on it. It’s Earth Day, and Open Sources Guelph is choosing to celebrate (so to speak) by dedicating a whole show to issues of the environment. In the news this week we’re running out of water to drink, and air to breathe, but there are politicians actually working to try and undo some of the damage. The question is though, are we too late? Continue reading

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