There’s a Fairer — and Cheaper — Way to Even the Provinces’ Playing Field: Canada’s equalization program should stop turning a blind eye to important differences in provincial expenditures

Commentary, Equalization, Frontier Centre

Equalization payments are intended to give all provinces the financial means to provide roughly equivalent services to their residents. This principle is embedded in our Constitution. But it doesn’t always work out that way. In fact, some provinces receive more than they need. Some receive too little.

Media Climate Change Bias; Only Melting Ice Makes News: Melting ice has two attractions for global alarmists. It is supposedly a sign of warmer temperatures and it plays to people’s unjustified fears about rising sea levels

Commentary, Climate, Frontier Centre

“While the mainstream media ignore cold and recent changes in sea ice, it’s a good time to give an overview of different ice conditions. Melting ice has two attractions for global alarmists. It is supposedly a sign of warmer temperatures and it plays to people’s unjustified fears about rising sea levels. This is why it was a central part of Gore’s movie, ‘An Inconvenient Truth.'”

Playing God With The Weather

Commentary, Environment, Frontier Centre

The biggest problem in the world is cooling so to induce more cooling on the basis of a debunked hypothesis will create bigger problems than if warming occurs. Emphasis on only negative aspects of warming have masked the fact cooling is a much greater problem for flora, fauna and humans.