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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

When you close the street to cars, you close them to buses too

When you close the street to cars, you close them to buses too

This week's Market Squared proposes that as we move forward with this summer's patio program, maybe we can get it done by leaving transit alone, for once
Consider this a vote for mail-in voting

Consider this a vote for mail-in voting

This week on Market Squared, it's an occasion to get excited about a new option for voting in 2022 that we should all welcome
Enough of the tired arguments against supportive housing

Enough of the tired arguments against supportive housing

This week's Market Squared makes the case that the arguments against supportive housing make as much sense as licking beer off the floor
It seems we're still dedicated to the 'Tenet' school of planning

It seems we're still dedicated to the 'Tenet' school of planning

This week on Market Squared, we consider if there's a “great silent majority” of people in Guelph who are looking forward, and not backward, on town planning
We saved the park and learned stuff in the process

We saved the park and learned stuff in the process

This week's Market Squared looks at the takeaways from the unceremonious, but positive end, to the debate over placing a TPS in Margaret Greene Park.
Civic pride is more than just a hashtag

Civic pride is more than just a hashtag

This week's Market Squared considers the reasons why #GuelphProud needed to be retired beyond the existence of that certain group.
It can happen here

It can happen here

This week on Market Squared, we take a diversion from local affairs and talk about current events in the U.S. and how we should see them as shadows of things that may be
New Year's revelations and resolutions

New Year's revelations and resolutions

This week's Market Squared looks back at the revelations of 2020, and makes some resolution suggestions for 2021.
It shouldn't take a demolition order to say 'I love you'

It shouldn't take a demolition order to say 'I love you'

This week on Market Squared, we will ponder why, when it comes to our cultural heritage, it seems like we don't know what we've got till it's (almost) gone
The unending struggle to make room for everyone

The unending struggle to make room for everyone

This week's Market Squared, we will look at how the pandemic hasn't forced us to change our assumptions about housing (even though it should)