Frontier Live on X – 2023 Wrap Up – With Lee Harding

Big Topics & Big Ideas

As 2023 wraps up, what were the hot button issues and people that made an impact, good or bad, on the year? Researcher Lee Harding joins host David Leis live on X and YouTube Thursday at 2 pm CT. Hear what we can look forward to in 2024?

Watch on YouTube here.

Previous Frontier Live on X discussions:

 

Whats the History of Christmas – With Gerry Bowler

The true meaning of Christmas (55 minutes) 21 December, 2023

How To Woke-Proof Your Life – With Teresa Mull

How to stay away from wokeness and hear some advice on how to live a good life (62 minutes) – December 14, 2023

Has Law In Canada Lost Its Way – With Bruce Pardy

Have ideologies crept into the legal system? Hear how this will affect us all with law professor Bruce Pardy (60 minutes) – December 7, 2023

Ches Crosbie and Ken Drysdale – National Citizens Inquiry Releases Final Report

NCI Chairman Ches Crosbie and NCI Commissioner Ken Drysdale discuss the final report of the National Citizens Inquiry (60 minutes) –  November 30, 2023

William Watson – State of Canada’s Economy

Financial Post Editor William Watson explores the State of Canada’s Economy (53 minutes) – November 23 2023

Lee Harding and Ian Madsen – Carbon Tax Exemption Fiasco

Frontier researchers Lee Harding and Ian Madsen drill down into the carbon tax exemption fiasco (60 minutes) – November 16, 2023

David Redman and Gerry Bowler – Perilous State of Canada’s Military

Frontier Senior Fellows David Redman and Gerry Bowler examine the current state of Canada’s Military (60 minutes) – November 9, 2023

Understanding the Conflict in the Middle East – With Philip Salzman

Philip Salzman, Frontier Senior Fellow and Emeritus Professor of Anthropology drills down into latest Middle East conflict. (67 minutes) – November 2, 2023

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