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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

All the money in the world... for bookkeeping

All the money in the world... for bookkeeping

This week's Market Squared explains why finding 'efficiencies' is always easier said than done.
City staff didn't sell transparency with lastest Clair-Maltby update

City staff didn't sell transparency with lastest Clair-Maltby update

This week's Market Squared questions if City Staff's actions on Clair-Maltby live up to their lofty expectations.
The struggle to make city council more user friendly is real

The struggle to make city council more user friendly is real

This week's Market Squared wants city council to be cooler, or at the very least more accessible
We need to ask: are we doing enough?

We need to ask: are we doing enough?

As council prepares to talk about climate change solutions, Market Squared tries to make the case that we should be talking more about doing more
That's our secret, Cam ... We're always angry

That's our secret, Cam ... We're always angry

This week's Market Squared, we look at why the mayor can't just retweet something without reaping the whirlwind.
A long weekend escape from politics

A long weekend escape from politics

This week's Market Squared looks at the local politics of the Guelph Storm, and only slightly makes jokes at London's expense.
Sorry, this is still a parking town

Sorry, this is still a parking town

This week's Market Squared acknowledges the noble attempt to promote less car parking, but warns that we're not there yet.
Only in Guelph do we fight about who's green enough

Only in Guelph do we fight about who's green enough

On this week's Market Squared we consider if social media is the best place for a climate emergency debate. (Spoiler: it's not.)
Guelph and Wellington should choose their heroes better

Guelph and Wellington should choose their heroes better

Guelph and Wellington have completed their proposal to be the "Silicon Valley of food," but this week's Market Squared asks if we really want to be like Silicon Valley?
The heated debate over a heating Earth

The heated debate over a heating Earth

Some on city council want to declare a climate emergency, others aren't so sure. But is the debate a waste of time?