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Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday January 25, 2018

It’s scandal, murder, and diplomacy this week on Open Sources Guelph, or as we call it, breakfast! We can handle a lot on this show, and on this episode we’ve got a plateful. In Ontario, a former staffer of the former premier is guilty of putting electronic evidence in the electronic trash! In Toronto, the serial killer that wasn’t targeting a vulnerable group in the city, was, and has been arrested. In North America, the free trade deal that might be working fine may about to come to an end. And speaking of endings, we talk about the breaking news about the Ontario PC team. For a weekend anyway. And it might shutdown again… Continue reading

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Secret of the Toronto Tunnel Solved

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Mystery solved! If only crop circles were that easy. After making an international media splash last week, the curious case of the Toronto tunnel was resolved this morning when Toronto Police announced that two unidentified men had come forward claiming responsibility for creating the 10-metre long construct for “personal reasons.” Too long; didn’t read – they were building a man-cave Continue reading

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