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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

A Canada Day weekend call for more municipal election candidates

A Canada Day weekend call for more municipal election candidates

This week's Market Squared will tell you that you are good enough, smart enough and likeable enough to run for office.
The future is calling, do we answer the call?

The future is calling, do we answer the call?

This week's Market Squared takes a victory lap by quoting someone with credentials who agrees with its long-running thesis.
You're not going to like the answer to high gas prices

You're not going to like the answer to high gas prices

This week's Market Squared connects the dots, but you're not going to like the picture they make
Thinking about the Guelph beyond 2051

Thinking about the Guelph beyond 2051

This week's Market Squared considers, perhaps for the first time, the needs of Guelph beyond our current 2051 time horizon.
Another lesson about trust and the role of the media

Another lesson about trust and the role of the media

This week's Market Squared looks at how the refusal to answer questions following a terrible incident in Texas has important lessons in the role of the media for Guelph
The enthusiasm gap in this election is infectious

The enthusiasm gap in this election is infectious

In this week's Market Squared, we look at the Ontario election and wonder, "Where's the anger?"
The goals for Clair-Maltby only get harder to achieve from here

The goals for Clair-Maltby only get harder to achieve from here

This week's Market Squared considers why the fight for a balanced Clair-Maltby didn't end on Monday, it began.
A transit screed (the 2022 provincial election edition)

A transit screed (the 2022 provincial election edition)

This week's Market Squared looks at more vague transit promises from our provincial election candidates who will likely never use transit (like much of the rest of Guelph)
<b>OPINION:</b> The internet is real, it's happening and city council needs to accept that

OPINION: The internet is real, it's happening and city council needs to accept that

This week's Market Squared looks at why city council is so gun shy about digital services, and why they need to be more future ready, which is a term I totally just made up
Maybe we can cool it on the park stuff for a while

Maybe we can cool it on the park stuff for a while

This week's Market Squared thinks there's much bigger problems than parkland and maybe we can spare some of that energy for other issues