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PowerPoint slides which accompanied Frontier’s Policy Analyst Joseph Quesnel speech for Tobacco Education Day in Richmond Hill, Ontario on November 30, 2010.
Winnipeg is saying goodbye to Bishop Grandin. His name is about to be erased from street signs, and soon he will be effectively erased from Manitoba’s history. His crime was being associated with residential schools. For reasons that are purely Canadian any public...
Book Review – Symposium – Reviewing The 1867 Project (3 of 3)
A Snapshot of Property Rights Protection in Canada After 10 years
The writ has been dropped and Albertans are off to the polls on May 29. That leaves just four weeks for political leaders and voters to sort out what is arguably the most divisive, yet significant, issue for this election - health care. On Day 2, NDP leader Rachel...
A Revised History of Canada – Symposium – Reviewing The 1867 Project (2 of 3)
Symposium – Reviewing the 1867 Project (1 of 3)
The provincial election is the perfect opportunity to lay down the gauntlet against the green extremists’ unjustified war on natural gas furnaces and stoves that is slowly creeping up on us. The City of Nanaimo - yet another British Columbia municipality – just passed...
State legislature passed a law limiting the power of local governments to regulate energy infrastructure
Despite Manitoba’s historic reliance on cheap and clean hydroelectric power, it should be standing shoulder to shoulder with the energy provinces Alberta and Saskatchewan in opposing the federal government’s unprecedented power grab to reconfigure electricity...
On May 31, 2021, I was a substitute teacher at an Abbotsford high school named after the painter Robert Bateman when news was feverishly spreading about the “discovery” of the “remains” of 215 children in a “mass grave” at the site of the long-shuttered Kamloops...
Biden’s inconsistent approach to pipelines is raising eyebrows
Unchallenged, Canada U.S. pipelines ruling may spur more anti-energy moves, says Frontier Centre for Public Policy
Without property rights safeguarded, governments can literally seize the land beneath your feet