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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

A few thoughts on labour on the Labour Day long weekend

A few thoughts on labour on the Labour Day long weekend

This week's Market Squared says so long to summer, and hello to some ideas on what 'labour' means.
Those happy feelings maybe much AMO about nothing

Those happy feelings maybe much AMO about nothing

This week on Market Squared, Adam A. Donaldson dissects the 'triumphant' results of AMO and whether it's a good start, or just a young government
<b>OPINION:</b> If we hit the panic button on crime, the bikesturbators have won

OPINION: If we hit the panic button on crime, the bikesturbators have won

This week's Market Squared tries to re-frame the dialogue about our "crime-plagued" city. Could perception be part of the issue?
Why is the city so keen to fix parking problems while transit issues persist?

Why is the city so keen to fix parking problems while transit issues persist?

This week on Market Squared, we talk about transit again and why the mayor's recent report offers nothing encouraging
You probably don't want to talk about Toronto, but maybe we should

You probably don't want to talk about Toronto, but maybe we should

This week's Market Squared points out that if Doug Ford wanted to make this municipal election about governance, he probably did it in the worst way possible
There are always more jobs, but only one Earth

There are always more jobs, but only one Earth

This week's Market Squared looks at Guelph Eramosa, the Xinyi Plant, and why the water fight is not done
Can a bow-string arch truss bridge withstand the Niska Road NIMBYs?

Can a bow-string arch truss bridge withstand the Niska Road NIMBYs?

This week's Market Squared once again looks at NIMBYism as a way for nobody to get anything, let alone what they want.
What's in a plastic ban?

What's in a plastic ban?

This week's Market Squared asks why we're not ready to give up plastic even if it might be killing us
Nominations close in a month. Where are the disgruntled Guelphites hiding?

Nominations close in a month. Where are the disgruntled Guelphites hiding?

In this edition of Market Squared, Adam wonders when those of a 'throw the bums out' mentality will emerge and join the fray
A fresh take on wide driveways from a dude who doesn't drive

A fresh take on wide driveways from a dude who doesn't drive

This week's Market Squared wonders: Can a bus man find the mushy middle in an automotive debate?