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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

To make more money, we need new ideas

To make more money, we need new ideas

This week on Market Squared, we talk about one idea to raise more municipal dollars. Don't like it? Let's debate a better way!
Sorry heritage nerds — you're about to experience development deja-vu

Sorry heritage nerds — you're about to experience development deja-vu

Bringing forward a plan that was already rejected once and is being mediated by the OMB? This week's Market Squared wonders if developers in Guelph are behaving badly
They can decide to build a new library, but bus schedules are hard?

They can decide to build a new library, but bus schedules are hard?

This week's Market Squared points out that building a new library is easy. Creating a reliable transit system is hard
Shall we play a game?

Shall we play a game?

Last week, Mayor Cam Guthrie delivered his State of the City, and again, Market Squared offers a slight rebuttal
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