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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

Why is city council so confused about the nature of its own job?

Why is city council so confused about the nature of its own job?

This week on Market Squared, we look at the full-time/part-time debate and how council has really painted themselves into a corner
If council is meeting in-person, the media has to be there too

If council is meeting in-person, the media has to be there too

This week's Market Squared talks about the issues and intricacies in (finally) going back to in-person council meetings.
A confusing police response demands straight answers

A confusing police response demands straight answers

This week's Market Squared considers how police transparency is a province-wide matter of concern regardless of the situation
It's not over when we say it's over

It's not over when we say it's over

This week's Market Squared tries to decode this massively crazy news week, and it's implications
Why bother living in Guelph when you can have more fun visiting (apparently)?

Why bother living in Guelph when you can have more fun visiting (apparently)?

This week's Market Squared looks at the big holes in the City of Guelph's new tourism strategy
The pandemic of radicalization has begun, and we can't ignore it

The pandemic of radicalization has begun, and we can't ignore it

This week on Market Squared we look at the trucker convoys and protests that befuddle us, and why mocking them, or ignoring them, is not an option
Sadly, we did not solve the housing crisis this week

Sadly, we did not solve the housing crisis this week

This week's Market Squared looks at all the things we talked about around solved the housing crisis, and all the things we didn't talk about but should have
There's more than one reason to dig up Guelph's past

There's more than one reason to dig up Guelph's past

This week's Market Squared talks about the history we don't see and why we should start looking at it.
These are not the Hunger Games you think they are

These are not the Hunger Games you think they are

This week's Market Squared talks about why we need the government to hold up its end as we look to this latest phases of the pandemic, and beyond
(Don't call them) New Year's resolutions for Guelph politics in 2022

(Don't call them) New Year's resolutions for Guelph politics in 2022

This week's Market Squared predictably deals with next year's issues