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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.

Have we exorcised the Guelph Factor?

Have we exorcised the Guelph Factor?

This week's Market Squared will look at whether the dreaded "GF" words shut down an apartment development on Cork Street
It's easy to be a saint in paradise

It's easy to be a saint in paradise

In this week's Market Squared, we look at the street level view of the city and how it compares to the latest press releases about our middle class awesomeness.
The city will cut transit funding this fall. I guarantee it

The city will cut transit funding this fall. I guarantee it

This week's Market Squared is a warning to transit users and operators that unless they get ready now, then transit will be the first to be cut in this fall's budget struggle.
Council has a chance to change the channel after library hiccups

Council has a chance to change the channel after library hiccups

This week's Market Squared proposes a new approach to the shifting reality of the Baker District redevelopment
Lucy and the Football: The Guelph Library Edition

Lucy and the Football: The Guelph Library Edition

This week on Market Squared we looked at why after the first step forward, the new main branch of the Guelph Public Library takes an inevitable step back
If you build it, they will riot

If you build it, they will riot

This week on Market Squared, we look at what one development proposal can teach us about current planning questions in the city
This is your chance to shape local government

This is your chance to shape local government

This week's Market Squared asks you to put your cynicism aside and take part in the review of council composition, compensation, and ward boundaries
In dog, we trust

In dog, we trust

Did this week's council meeting about the city's new leash-free policy go to the dogs? Market Squared considers the question.
We like to ride our bicycle thieves...

We like to ride our bicycle thieves...

This week's Market Squared shares your concern about the seemingly laissez-faire attitude of the police in our bike thieving free for all here in Guelph
Bill 108 is the province's way of putting cities in their place

Bill 108 is the province's way of putting cities in their place

This week's Market Squared looks back at a year of the Ford government, during which cities were reminded just how little authority they have