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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

<b>Market Squared:</b> Who’s got the power?

Market Squared: Who’s got the power?

Council debated the merits of a merger, but they properly tell us why we're having the debate?
<b>Market Squared:</b> What would it take to get you on the bus?

Market Squared: What would it take to get you on the bus?

There's a lot of anticipation about the realignment of Guelph Transit, but do we really know what it would take to get people to give it a try?
<b>Market Squared:</b> The Kids Are Alright

Market Squared: The Kids Are Alright

While the adults play politics, the young people seem like the ones with actual ideas.
<b>Market Squared:</b> One garden, two protests, many questions

Market Squared: One garden, two protests, many questions

As we fight over a garden, absolutely nothing really changes on the issues it supposedly represents
<b>Market Squared:</b> We are not a news desert

Market Squared: We are not a news desert

The Guelph Mercury is gone and not forgotten, but that's not a crisis. It's an opportunity
<b>Market Squared:</b> We need to talk about Guelph

Market Squared: We need to talk about Guelph

Guelph is awesome! But there are a lot of stories out there that paint a different view of our community from the upside down
<b>Market Squared:</b> Trade it all in for what's in this box

Market Squared: Trade it all in for what's in this box

Why Guelph and all its history nerds are refreshing
<b>Market Squared:</b> Online voting — the wrong decision for the right reasons?

Market Squared: Online voting — the wrong decision for the right reasons?

"The Internet isn’t just the Wild West, it’s the Westworld Wild West, one minute you’re having a good time, and the next the machine’s are trying to kill you"
<b>Market Squared:</b> Guelph and the House of the Rising Sum

Market Squared: Guelph and the House of the Rising Sum

In this week's Market Squared, Adam tackles the challenges of living in a hot housing market (and considers getting some ice cream to make himself feel better)
<b>Market Squared:</b> NIMBY about NIMBYs, or can we stop fearing and embrace change?

Market Squared: NIMBY about NIMBYs, or can we stop fearing and embrace change?

The Not In My Back Yard attitude isn’t a new thing in Guelph