Successful Integration: International Examples Could Help Canada’s Indigenous Peoples Opportunities for urbanization of Indigenous communities WINNIPEG, MB, March 20, 2020 – The Frontier Centre for Public Policy has just released Successful Integration Experiences From Around the World by Joseph Quesnel, …
Canada’s female athlete of the 20th century once joked that she’d never accept the many overtures to enter federal politics because she’d lose her soul leaving B.C. for a city without nearby mountains.
Tom Harris argues that the Canadian government should stop promoting climate change alarmism.
Tom Harris shows that proposed successor treaties to the Kyoto Accord share many of Kyoto’s flaws, and that Canada should withdraw from the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.
Many activists and politicians promise to improve economic performance through government spending on “green jobs.” Economic theory and empirical evidence from Europe both suggest that such efforts are unlikely to strengthen the economy.
Dr. Kenneth Green and Ben Eisen review European efforts to create “green jobs” and find that these policies have done more harm than good, leading to net job losses, higher energy prices and widespread corruption.
Reforms of local government rarely, if ever are advanced by local governments themselves. Invariably reform will only occur as it did in New Zealand if higher government driven by determined reformers do it, not the units of local government themselves.
PowerPoint slides from the Lunch on the Frontier presenation by Swedish human rights lawyer Jan Södergren, October 2, 2007.