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Market Squared by Adam A. Donaldson

Guelph electorate, tear down that wall!

Guelph electorate, tear down that wall!

This week's Market Squared looks at the barriers between those that want change at city hall, and how to get around them.
The Calendar Man strikes again!

The Calendar Man strikes again!

This week's Market Squared considers the arguments for and against moving council start times to 10 am.
Behold! The four horsemen of the plan-pocalypse

Behold! The four horsemen of the plan-pocalypse

This week's Market Squared cracks open the four seals and unleashes planning hell on the Earth, or Guelph at least
Downtown's challenges are societal, and thus society's to fix

Downtown's challenges are societal, and thus society's to fix

This week's Market Squared looks at why there's no magic wand to solving issues of homelessness and addiction in the core.
A Canada Day weekend call for more municipal election candidates

A Canada Day weekend call for more municipal election candidates

This week's Market Squared will tell you that you are good enough, smart enough and likeable enough to run for office.
The future is calling, do we answer the call?

The future is calling, do we answer the call?

This week's Market Squared takes a victory lap by quoting someone with credentials who agrees with its long-running thesis.
You're not going to like the answer to high gas prices

You're not going to like the answer to high gas prices

This week's Market Squared connects the dots, but you're not going to like the picture they make
Thinking about the Guelph beyond 2051

Thinking about the Guelph beyond 2051

This week's Market Squared considers, perhaps for the first time, the needs of Guelph beyond our current 2051 time horizon.
Another lesson about trust and the role of the media

Another lesson about trust and the role of the media

This week's Market Squared looks at how the refusal to answer questions following a terrible incident in Texas has important lessons in the role of the media for Guelph
The enthusiasm gap in this election is infectious

The enthusiasm gap in this election is infectious

In this week's Market Squared, we look at the Ontario election and wonder, "Where's the anger?"