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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

Cars are for closers (and other transportation revelations this week)

Cars are for closers (and other transportation revelations this week)

This edition of Market Squared looks at why the Transportation Master Plan is a fantasy, and how some councillors basically admitted as much at this week's meeting
Greyhound's gone and we're way past time for a regional transit re-think

Greyhound's gone and we're way past time for a regional transit re-think

This week's Market Squared discusses why the end of Greyhound Canada needs to finally be the start of a real discussion about expanding regional transit options
We need to shake up how we do planning meetings

We need to shake up how we do planning meetings

This week's Market Squared wonders if we can improve engagement on planning matters after Monday's midnight run at city hall

You shouldn't need to be an accountant to feel informed about the city budget

This week's Market Squared wants to understand the budget better, and we need the City of Guelph's help for the people who aren't math inclined.
Is a decade all it takes to forget electoral fraud?

Is a decade all it takes to forget electoral fraud?

This week's Market Squared dips into the 'Unsolved Mysteries' file, and considers the question, 'Why have we forgotten about Pierre?
We can't promote them, but we can't ignore them either

We can't promote them, but we can't ignore them either

This week's Market Squared talks about what's going on downtown at its namesake, and why we need to be careful about how we talk about it
Sorry, but Guelph has bigger equity issues than your driveway

Sorry, but Guelph has bigger equity issues than your driveway

This week's Market Squared questions why city council care so much about driveway equity and seems to care little about real inequities in Guelph
The ward boundary review has provided a path to the past, not the future

The ward boundary review has provided a path to the past, not the future

This week's Market Squared wonders why the new ward boundary options go out of the way to ignore the fact that Guelph has fundamentally changed in last 30 years.
We've tried "transparency," now let's try transparency

We've tried "transparency," now let's try transparency

This week's Market Squared looks at the reasons why we're heading back to court on another high-dollar construction project
A debate to debate what's being debated

A debate to debate what's being debated

This week's Market Squared talks about how we need to debate on the best path forward, and not just fight about the things we already agree on