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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

Do we need to close as much as we think we do?

Do we need to close as much as we think we do?

Closed meetings. Market Squared wants to know why there are so many and why so little information comes out of them to the public
The mayor dropped the mic, but will anyone pick it up?

The mayor dropped the mic, but will anyone pick it up?

This week's Market Squared considers whether Mayor Guthrie made his case for action on homelessness in his annual address to the Chamber of Commerce
Parks are nice, but you can't really live there

Parks are nice, but you can't really live there

This week's Market Squared offers a Devil's advocate look at all the passion around the Parkland Dedication Bylaw.
Are regular transit users surprised by the results of the review? No

Are regular transit users surprised by the results of the review? No

This week on Market Squared, we learn what we already know about the Transit service review
The emergency's not a secret, so why is the task force?

The emergency's not a secret, so why is the task force?

This week's Market Squared discusses why a public emergency needs a full public engagement
Red light cameras might be a band aid to a bigger health problem

Red light cameras might be a band aid to a bigger health problem

This week's Market Squared considers the bigger issues steaming from city counci's report on Red Light Cameras.
Is Guelph too attached to its past?

Is Guelph too attached to its past?

This week's Market Squared asks the question: is our endless desire for nostalgia stopping us from being able to solve problems in the future?
This is not end-of-the-year clickbait catnip. Nope. Definitely not

This is not end-of-the-year clickbait catnip. Nope. Definitely not

It's this year's last Market Squared, and it looks back on the lessons of 2018, and where we can take them in 2019
Roll up your sticky icky. We need to talk about council's weed debate

Roll up your sticky icky. We need to talk about council's weed debate

This week's Market Squared posits that the real controversy of council's cannabis vote has nothing to do with the drug
We're not fortune tellers but . . . let's make some council predictions

We're not fortune tellers but . . . let's make some council predictions

This week on Market Squared, we wonder what one city council meeting can tell us about the next four years