Environmental improvement requires wealth creation, and governments can move towards a greener planet without restricting the human freedom necessary for economic growth.
Prices, markets, incentives and fiscal responsibility from Canada’s Greens? You better believe it.
The Frontier’s conversation with Jim Harris, Leader, the Green Party of Canada.
Economist Randal O’Toole explores the parallels between the visions of East German central planners and modern urban planners.
For over twenty years, the Frontier Centre for Public Policy has focus its research efforts in a variety of public policy areas: (click on the area of interest) Aboriginal Futures Explores empowering indigenous Canadians by bringing them into the economic …
Canada faces a housing affordability crisis. In a number of cities, housing has become so expensive that many middle income households can no longer afford to buy a house. This is not good for people, households or the nation as …
When Manitoba Hydro subsidizes domestic electricity consumption, it means “the biggest piggies get the most slop.” That’s one of many reasons for letting prices rise to market levels.
Liberal MP and Leadership Candidate Scott Brison discusses policy reforms to build a 21st century economy.
Environmental policy is no longer the purview of statists and interventionists. A new view that puts human needs in the equation is emerging.
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