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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

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
The need is always greater than you think

The need is always greater than you think

This edition of Market Square goes behind the scenes in the fight against poverty in Guelph, and why the mayor's task force is better late than never
How do we proceed with a process nobody seems to trust?

How do we proceed with a process nobody seems to trust?

This week on Market Squared, we take a moment to consider why engagement on Clair-Maltby doesn't seem to be working, and why we need to make sure it does.
Let us not be closed to improving council transparency

Let us not be closed to improving council transparency

Closed meeting doubts chilled the good vibrations of the final council meeting, but Market Squared offers that the new council needs to take the initiative and be more transparent beyond the letter of the (by)law
It's not a climate crisis if you play it cool

It's not a climate crisis if you play it cool

The IPCC says we've got 12 years to live on planet Earth before climate change kills us all. So Market Squared is wondering why the City of Guelph sounds so meek with its environmental expectations of the Provincial government
We've got some serious work to do on city council

We've got some serious work to do on city council

This week's Market Squared is a laundry list of potential priorities for the new council to consider. Not that they asked for the advice
Is it easier break a big problem into smaller pieces?

Is it easier break a big problem into smaller pieces?

This week, Market Squared considers if one overdose case might help us learn a broader lesson about the addiction crisis