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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

The tourists are coming, but do we get to tell them why?

The tourists are coming, but do we get to tell them why?

This week's Market Squared looks at whether city hall can really create tourism and whether we will like the way we look
Independence matters, and fortunately city council agrees

Independence matters, and fortunately city council agrees

This week's Market Squared looks at matters of climate change and regulation and why it's perfectly okay for city councils to tell the Ontario government it's wrong.
Are we finally near an end to demolition by neglect?

Are we finally near an end to demolition by neglect?

This week's Market Squared talks about why council should tackle the issue and why a vacant homes tax might be a way to solve it
We need help to address a housing crisis, not a game show

We need help to address a housing crisis, not a game show

This week's Market Squared talks about the politics of giant cheques and the chaos of Strong Mayor Powers.
'Trust me' isn't cutting it from city hall anymore

'Trust me' isn't cutting it from city hall anymore

This week's Market Squared talks about the break down in trust and rise in anger when it comes to the residents of 1 Carden St.
Guelph is not Copenhagen, and deep down no one wants it to be

Guelph is not Copenhagen, and deep down no one wants it to be

This week's Market Squared tackles why everyone loves visiting European cities, and why there's very little desire to actually do the hard work to transform Guelph
OPINION: On bus shelter posters and the right to protest

OPINION: On bus shelter posters and the right to protest

This week's Market Squared looks at how everyone seems to be missing the point when it comes to local protests against the war in Gaza
Council's encampment meeting? Sound and fury and not much else

Council's encampment meeting? Sound and fury and not much else

In this week's Market Squared, we look at how city council predictably solved nothing while creating the maximum amount of controversy.
The State of the City is not good; the state of our leadership is worse

The State of the City is not good; the state of our leadership is worse

This week's Market Squared shivers as local democracy takes a body blow from the stage of the Delta Hotel and Conference Centre
Life in the town that can't slow down

Life in the town that can't slow down

This week's Market Squared knows who to blame for all the speeding in Guelph that you're worried about: You.