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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

Sorry, not all your library dreams are going to come true

Sorry, not all your library dreams are going to come true

This week in Market Squared, a call to those with library ambitions to remind them that this is a community project, and that some in the community must still be convinced
Don't forget the gravy

Don't forget the gravy

Brantford City Council considered a referendum on raising taxes and fees. This week's Market Squared considers what's the point of asking a rhetorical question
Fix this!

Fix this!

The Transit general manager is leaving town, and this week's Market Squared is just fed up with a system that can change everything and affect nothing
The bifurcated town

The bifurcated town

This week's 'Market Squared' considers Guelph Transit's attempt to summon the future and why this time it didn't work
Think maximum wage, not minimum

Think maximum wage, not minimum

Taking a break from local politics, Market Squared makes the point that your anger over the minimum wage increase is perhaps misdirected
What kind of council do you want next year?

What kind of council do you want next year?

This week's Market Squared looks forward to the election, and looks to the questions we should be asking as we go to vote
What kind of lefty, commie, lame stream media B.S. is this?

What kind of lefty, commie, lame stream media B.S. is this?

Here's a Christmas thought from this week's 'Market Squared'... Maybe the members of city council aren't a**holes after all
Whether or not it was the right answer, the road to merger was rough

Whether or not it was the right answer, the road to merger was rough

It was a long and winding road for the Alectra Merger, but this week's Market Squared notes that the 'public' process left a lot to be desired
Oh, what a night!

Oh, what a night!

This week's Market Square highlights the surprising surprises of Guelph's supposedly no-drama budget night
I'm sick of having this conversation . . .

I'm sick of having this conversation . . .

Several community newspapers were closed forever this week, causing painful flashbacks for Mercury fans. So Market Squared asks, why can't we move on?