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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.

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Recent Work by Adam A.

The difference between doing nothing and accomplishing nothing

The difference between doing nothing and accomplishing nothing

This week's Market Squared wonders how we always end up doing nothing when it seems like everyone wants to do something
OPINION: Internet voting: Guelph decides to join the 21st century (again)

OPINION: Internet voting: Guelph decides to join the 21st century (again)

This week's Market Squared talks about why human rights have trumped technophobia. At least for now.
OPINION: Housing solutions? All quiet on the Wellington County front

OPINION: Housing solutions? All quiet on the Wellington County front

This week's Market Squared looks at how the Health and Housing Symposium, and local government, has failed on the messaging that answers are coming
You're still a NIMBY, even if you think you're not

You're still a NIMBY, even if you think you're not

This week's Market Squared wants you to understand that there are a million reasons not to build more housing, but wonders why we shouldn't do it anyway
OPINION: The Guthrie rebellion has begun, does the mayor know, or care?

OPINION: The Guthrie rebellion has begun, does the mayor know, or care?

This week's Market Squared looks at the community's anger at the mayor, and why he may be too tired to fix it (even if he wants too)
OPINION: He may not have broke the rules, but Mayor still owes an apology

OPINION: He may not have broke the rules, but Mayor still owes an apology

This week's Market Squared looks at why the mayor needs to rethink his social media approach in the wake of an integrity commissioner's report
The tourists are coming, but do we get to tell them why?

The tourists are coming, but do we get to tell them why?

This week's Market Squared looks at whether city hall can really create tourism and whether we will like the way we look
Independence matters, and fortunately city council agrees

Independence matters, and fortunately city council agrees

This week's Market Squared looks at matters of climate change and regulation and why it's perfectly okay for city councils to tell the Ontario government it's wrong.
Are we finally near an end to demolition by neglect?

Are we finally near an end to demolition by neglect?

This week's Market Squared talks about why council should tackle the issue and why a vacant homes tax might be a way to solve it
We need help to address a housing crisis, not a game show

We need help to address a housing crisis, not a game show

This week's Market Squared talks about the politics of giant cheques and the chaos of Strong Mayor Powers.
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