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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

The police HQ renovation story is not about what you think it is

The police HQ renovation story is not about what you think it is

This week's Market Squared looks at the project that couldn't wrong, and then did go wrong, and why the city was so sheepish to tell us about it
Why can't we ever just have a proper debate in Guelph?

Why can't we ever just have a proper debate in Guelph?

This week's Market Squared looks at the reasons why we need to have *that* debate now, and not later.
The two Guelphs (in pandemic adjusted terms)

The two Guelphs (in pandemic adjusted terms)

This week on Market Squared, we look at how Guelph is still more or less the same after 103 days of pandemic lockdown.
So next, we need to talk about policing ...

So next, we need to talk about policing ...

This week on Market Squared, we look to where the debate about policing and Black Lives Matter go next in the Guelph context
How can I help you end racism in our community?

How can I help you end racism in our community?

This week's Market Squared asks the first and most important question for this weekend's planned march.
Back to the simple pleasures of writing about regular council business

Back to the simple pleasures of writing about regular council business

This week on Market Squared, we follow up on this week's regular business at city council, and the debate on the latest phase of Clair-Maltby.
In support of a new world order municipally

In support of a new world order municipally

This week's Market Squared has some ideas about how to embrace a real new world order that doesn't add up to a silly conspiracy.
Remember, the internet is more complicated than you think

Remember, the internet is more complicated than you think

This week's Market Squared looks ahead one year to remind you that we don't want another slapdash decision on internet voting.
All this over a button

All this over a button

This week on Market Squared, we will look at why a pandemic can't change our car-loving town.
Closed off physically, not closed off informationally

Closed off physically, not closed off informationally

This week's Market Squared plays a golden oldie with a new mix for these unprecedented times: Why are important decisions being made in closed meetings?