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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

When it comes to Doug Ford and transit, we may have some explaining to do

When it comes to Doug Ford and transit, we may have some explaining to do

This week in Market Squared we come to the realization that we all live in Ford Nation now (the Sunnyside Version)
On critical, need to know information

On critical, need to know information

This week's Market Squared wants to pause and learn what we want to learn, and what we don't know we want to learn...
This block is hot

This block is hot

There's a heatwave in Guelph, and this week's Market Squared is not talking about the weather!
Politics: More than just the inane blathering of partisan numbskulls

Politics: More than just the inane blathering of partisan numbskulls

This week's Market Squared hopes to address why we hate politics, and why we should take more of a machine-like approach to the machine
Welcome to the 21st Century

Welcome to the 21st Century

This week on Market Squared, we must sadly remind you that the internet is a thing, and it should be taken into account more often in local politics.
Park or ride?

Park or ride?

After surviving 10 hours at Committee of the Whole, Market Squared looks at the very different way council treated two similar issues
A tale of two problems

A tale of two problems

As the City makes confusing moves about downtown parking, this week's Market Squared wonders what they're going to do about another growing problem
We want you... To run for office

We want you... To run for office

The municipal election officially begins Tuesday, and Market Squared is looking to draft some community leaders to join the race
When you make minimum wage, it seems it's all your fault even when it's not

When you make minimum wage, it seems it's all your fault even when it's not

This week's Market Squared argues that the bricks and mortar retail sector has other issues aside from increases to the minimum wage
If we don't want to live like Mississauga, then how do we want to live?

If we don't want to live like Mississauga, then how do we want to live?

This week's Market Squared wonders whether there is a cure for NIMBYism