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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

What happens when everyone is in need? Tough budget decisions loom

What happens when everyone is in need? Tough budget decisions loom

This week's Market Squared prepares you for the rough ride this November as council starts the 2024-2027 multiyear budget
OPINION: The bell tolls for the state of public participation

OPINION: The bell tolls for the state of public participation

This week's Market Squared digs into the deeper meaning around the placement of an old bell
OPINION: Guelph is a car city, and I dare city council to admit it

OPINION: Guelph is a car city, and I dare city council to admit it

This week's Market Squared is fed up with the hypocrisy and virtual signalling around zero parking minimums in a town that loves driving
The road to misinformation passes through closed newspaper offices

The road to misinformation passes through closed newspaper offices

This week's Market Squared connects the dot on three of the week's big news stories.
The struggle to work together on housing is real

The struggle to work together on housing is real

This week's Market Squared asks how long can we keep approaching housing as a matter of economy, and if that's starting to change
The grand delusion of the Downtown Parking Master Plan

The grand delusion of the Downtown Parking Master Plan

This week's Market Squared looks at why this week's debate at Committee of the Whole was more fiction than fact.
Are we valuing work enough this Labour Day?

Are we valuing work enough this Labour Day?

This week's Market Squared pauses to reflect on work, legislated poverty and all the things we're not doing to make life more affordable this Labour Day
Our leaders once again seem lost in the weeds on housing

Our leaders once again seem lost in the weeds on housing

From AMO to the cabinet retreat, this week's Market Squared couldn't help but notice that there were no new ideas.
We're all to blame for the crisis at 90 Carden

We're all to blame for the crisis at 90 Carden

This week's Market Squared looks at how the situation at the Stationview Apartments on Carden is a microcosm for the broader housing crisis
Ignorance and greed on display in Greenbelt report

Ignorance and greed on display in Greenbelt report

This week's Market Squared goes province-wide to look at why Doug Ford doesn't understand the housing crisis he says he's crying to solve.