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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

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?
A tale of two students, a St Patrick's Day opinion

A tale of two students, a St Patrick's Day opinion

This week's Market Squared talks about the two sides of university life this weekend, the one's who party and the one's who are fighting.
The budget is done, but what about the big picture?

The budget is done, but what about the big picture?

This week's Market Squared celebrates the end of the 2019 budget process by looking ahead at the bigger questions that need answered.
The last word on the 2019 budget, and the bigger picture

The last word on the 2019 budget, and the bigger picture

This week's Market Squared offers some final notes before the 2019 City of Guelph budget is passed on Tuesday
Should the City share the load when it comes to snow business?

Should the City share the load when it comes to snow business?

This week, Market Square considers if it's time again to open debate on whether the City of Guelph is taking on too much, and not doing enough, when it comes to residential snow removal
Do we need to close as much as we think we do?

Do we need to close as much as we think we do?

Closed meetings. Market Squared wants to know why there are so many and why so little information comes out of them to the public
The mayor dropped the mic, but will anyone pick it up?

The mayor dropped the mic, but will anyone pick it up?

This week's Market Squared considers whether Mayor Guthrie made his case for action on homelessness in his annual address to the Chamber of Commerce
Parks are nice, but you can't really live there

Parks are nice, but you can't really live there

This week's Market Squared offers a Devil's advocate look at all the passion around the Parkland Dedication Bylaw.