The September 30 Mayoral Debate at the University of Guelph was the first big direct clash between mayoral candidates Jason Blokhuis, Andrew Donovan, Karen Farbrige, Cam Guthrie, John Legere and Joseph St. Denis (Nicholas Ross was not in attendance). The debate was hosted by U of G's Student Life office and took place in the University Centre courtyard over the lunch hour, so there's a good chance that many Guelphites weren't able to be there. If you're interested, below you will find the nearly complete video for the nearly 80 minute forum.
Opening statements from Jason Blokhuis, Andrew Donovan, Karen Farbridge, Cam Guthrie, John Legere and Joseph St. Denis
Video #2 - Mayoral candidates are asked about the challenges facing Guelph Transit.
Video #3 - Mayoral candidates are asked about the protection and creation of green spaces in the Royal City.
Video #4 - Candidates respond to the Urbacon controversy and their support for the Arts in Guelph.
Video #5 - The candidates discuss spending and support for LGBT community events.
Video #6 - The candidates discuss south end development and deliver their closing remarks.