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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

Council will now make you feel the heritage!

Council will now make you feel the heritage!

This week's Market Squared talks about the overreaction so predictable it could have spewed from the MacBook of the laziest Hollywood hack
Another week, another emergency meeting (and another chance for confusion)

Another week, another emergency meeting (and another chance for confusion)

This week's Market Squared wonders how often city council has taken votes they don't understand, and why we should continue to trust their judgement in closed meetings
If a house falls apart from neglect in the woods...

If a house falls apart from neglect in the woods...

This week's Market Squared tackles the confusing (and confusingly unnecessary) series of events around the vote to demolish 797 Victoria Rd. N.
Notes on a thoroughly disappointing election

Notes on a thoroughly disappointing election

This week's Market Squared is a stream of consciousness about why this election solved nothing, especially our grievances
We already know how to fix that drive-thru problem

We already know how to fix that drive-thru problem

This week's Market Squared talks about the the most obvious solution to our drive-thru problem, and how it will be virtually impossible to initiate
Sorry, are these thriving businesses getting in the way of your city building?

Sorry, are these thriving businesses getting in the way of your city building?

This week on Market Squared, we talk about about how award-winning planning proposals answer all prayers, and how sometimes the answer is 'no'
The serious social issues of the last week of summer

The serious social issues of the last week of summer

This week's Market Squared makes the case that Labour Day and Overdose Awareness Day have more in common than being held a couple of days apart
The first annual Market Squared mailbag

The first annual Market Squared mailbag

This week, Market Squared dips into the mailbag for pearls of wisdom from its dedicated and passionate readers.
We don't need your promises, we need a damn bus to Kitchener

We don't need your promises, we need a damn bus to Kitchener

This week's Market Squared gets angry about the [expletive deleted] lack of action on improving regional transit.
Wouldn't it be nice to have a meeting in-person again (and how)?

Wouldn't it be nice to have a meeting in-person again (and how)?

This week on Market Squared, we consider the logic and logistics of going back to in-person council meetings.