You can call me Cam.

Hello Guelph!

I’m really excited to have my blog up and running for you! If you haven’t followed me on Twitter yet please do so here.

Or on Facebook here.

This blog is about creating more transparency to you.

I’m working really hard for this city everyday. I’m working really hard for each of you everyday.

At my acceptance speech on election night I stated what I truly believe: “There’s enough room in this city for lots of ideas.” So please share them!

I also said something at my Inaugural Ceremony: “I will always welcome respectful dialogue and conversations that move our city forward.” So let’s be respectful.

So there you have it. My first blog post that asks you for only two things. Ideas and Respect. Knowing this community I don’t think I’ll have any problem with those requests. And by the way, you can call me Cam.

Take care!

Cam

 

7 Comments on “You can call me Cam.

  1. You are and will do an awesome job Cam. Was really proud and excited to work on your campaign team.

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  2. Thank you so much for your leadership, Cam! So excited to see where it takes our city! Is there any way you could update the website, making it more user friendly? Perhaps having more resources for families with young children? I find myself wondering what to do with our two children and it’s hard to find resources for this.

    Thanks!

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  3. Good to see this, Cam! Keeping you in my prayers as you fight to right the wrongs done at City Hall!

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  4. Glad you are doing this as that was a promise I knew you’d keep. This blog will be a little different from our Ward 4 blog but I know the results will be just the same. Remember your chief advisor at home is there to help and your porchcoffeebud.

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  5. Thanks Cam,

    Your transparency and willingness to engage the community directly is appreciated.

    I’m disturbed by an article that I read in this morning’s Mercury. The City’s administration has shut down a community-built rink:

    http://m.guelphmercury.com/news-story/5291047-city-of-guelph-tells-neighbourhood-to-stop-using-unauthorized-outdoor-rink/

    I understand that rules are rules, but surely this is an instance where common sense thinking must prevail? What is more Canadian than a community-built outdoor rink? I don’t see the harm in allowing this practice to continue.

    Your thoughts?

    Best regards,
    Ben Soucie.

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