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Adam A. Donaldson

Adam A. Donaldson

In addition to writing his weekly political column for GuelphToday, Adam A. Donaldson writes and manages Guelph Politico, frequently writes for Nerd Bastards and sometimes has to do less cool things for a paycheque.

Recent Work by Adam A.

Guelph Transit is utterly flawless now and I love it: A poem, by Adam A. Donaldson

Guelph Transit is utterly flawless now and I love it: A poem, by Adam A. Donaldson

Just kidding! This week's Market Squared is what's sure to be the election transit screed you've all been waiting for
How do we hack the online voting question?

How do we hack the online voting question?

This week's Market Squared revisits the question of online voting and how we can have a rational discussion about the dangers and the possibility for success
Whose team is your candidate on?

Whose team is your candidate on?

This week on Market Squared, Adam A. Donaldson talk about slates and why we hate party politics, but also desperately want to organize by 'party' affiliation.
When Guelph politics get too toxic even for Facebook

When Guelph politics get too toxic even for Facebook

This week on Market Squared, we do at least five minutes of research to plug an example of our local Internet toxicity
A few thoughts on labour on the Labour Day long weekend

A few thoughts on labour on the Labour Day long weekend

This week's Market Squared says so long to summer, and hello to some ideas on what 'labour' means.
Those happy feelings maybe much AMO about nothing

Those happy feelings maybe much AMO about nothing

This week on Market Squared, Adam A. Donaldson dissects the 'triumphant' results of AMO and whether it's a good start, or just a young government
<b>OPINION:</b> If we hit the panic button on crime, the bikesturbators have won

OPINION: If we hit the panic button on crime, the bikesturbators have won

This week's Market Squared tries to re-frame the dialogue about our "crime-plagued" city. Could perception be part of the issue?
Why is the city so keen to fix parking problems while transit issues persist?

Why is the city so keen to fix parking problems while transit issues persist?

This week on Market Squared, we talk about transit again and why the mayor's recent report offers nothing encouraging
You probably don't want to talk about Toronto, but maybe we should

You probably don't want to talk about Toronto, but maybe we should

This week's Market Squared points out that if Doug Ford wanted to make this municipal election about governance, he probably did it in the worst way possible
There are always more jobs, but only one Earth

There are always more jobs, but only one Earth

This week's Market Squared looks at Guelph Eramosa, the Xinyi Plant, and why the water fight is not done