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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

Process isn't a bad word, even when the need is urgent

Process isn't a bad word, even when the need is urgent

This week on Market Squared, we look at why sometimes good intentions aren't enough, even in a crisis.
OPINION: A quadrennial reminder our election systems need updating

OPINION: A quadrennial reminder our election systems need updating

This week's Market Squared talks about the election reporting issues that are bigger than any one candidate
Guelph Transit earned its D+ whether you like it or not

Guelph Transit earned its D+ whether you like it or not

Market Squared this week presents a transit report card that political pressure can't change.
We are not ready for the patio district, or its idealism

We are not ready for the patio district, or its idealism

This week's Market Squared has doubts about whether city council can find the middle ground to continue the downtown patio project
Let Mel Brooks save us from Strong Mayor Powers

Let Mel Brooks save us from Strong Mayor Powers

This week's Market Squared will consider how the wise words of a Hollywood legend can save us the headache of new legislation
Guelph planning matters this week seem like Halloween in June

Guelph planning matters this week seem like Halloween in June

This week on Market Squared, we talk about all the planning projects that have risen from the dead, or have come back to haunt us
We don't solve problems anymore, we have meetings

We don't solve problems anymore, we have meetings

This week's Market Squared looks at how the problem solvers seem to increasingly have no real solutions.
If we can't change your area, we can't change any area

If we can't change your area, we can't change any area

This week's Market Squared ponders whether we live in a community, or whether we live in a museum.
The more things change, the more police are still the answer

The more things change, the more police are still the answer

This week's Market Squared considers the undelivered promise of systemic change in policing three years later
Burning bridges in a housing crisis is no good for anyone

Burning bridges in a housing crisis is no good for anyone

This week's Market Squared is about the trust gap between the people and the only force so far empowered to solve the housing crisis: for-profit real estate developers