Who’s really endangered?

Commentary, Environment, Elizabeth Nickson

As the federal election looms, a hailstorm of criticism is being launched against the Harper government for its failure on environmental issues. Already, the media reports have informed us that we are not protecting our caribou. Canada is an international …

Time to Audit Elizabeth May

Commentary, Environment, Elizabeth Nickson

This month, Canada’s Green Party leader Elizabeth May published “Who We Are, Reflections on My Life and Canada”.  It is an important book, because May is an energetic power broker in Ottawa, the provinces and abroad.  Responsible for many powerful …

Surviving Sustainability

Publication, Environment, Elizabeth Nickson

Surviving Sustainability is a comprehensive new series of papers of the Frontier Center for Public Policy, and an area of research that is only sporadically treated in public policy analysis. This oversight means that a substantial negative impact on our economic health and …