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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

Just another year in lockdown (and other stories)

Just another year in lockdown (and other stories)

This year-end edition of Market Squared is brought to you by the year 2021, where everything ended how it began.
The virtue of tilting at windmills (Ward maps edition)

The virtue of tilting at windmills (Ward maps edition)

This week's Market Squared says so long to this year's great debate about ward maps and the failure to realize that Guelph is 30 years older than the last time they were drawn
Downtown drama this week lacks clarity or insight

Downtown drama this week lacks clarity or insight

This week's Market Squared talks about why this week's discussion about the downtown BIA at committee hit a sour note
A tale of fear and supposing with the 2022-2023 budget

A tale of fear and supposing with the 2022-2023 budget

Obviously, this week's Market Squared analyzes the new municipal budget.
We've been kicking the can on democracy too, and we should stop

We've been kicking the can on democracy too, and we should stop

This week's Market Squared talks about why accessibility to the polls is an issue beyond what was talked about this week
So glad I don't have to make any budget decisions this year

So glad I don't have to make any budget decisions this year

This week's Market Squared makes a case to take it easy on city council as they face tough decisions on the 2022-2023 city budget
Council has a chance to prove they want better transit too

Council has a chance to prove they want better transit too

This week's Market Squared looks at how improving transit is as much a matter of attitude as it is a matter of getting the maps right
Council business is nothing personal

Council business is nothing personal

This week's Market Squared encourages our political leaders to listen to what we're saying and not how we're saying it.
This week's council slap fight was embarrassing

This week's council slap fight was embarrassing

This week on Market Squared, we will talk about Guelph city's council's descent into partisan silliness at a time we need them to get serious
On unsanctioned gatherings, the police board voted for theatrics, not real solutions

On unsanctioned gatherings, the police board voted for theatrics, not real solutions

This week on Market Squared, we look at how a feel good motion from the police board does little to nothing to address the cost of unsanctioned gatherings