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The Canadian Prairies are Cooling

The Canadian Prairies are Cooling

A recent study of sunspot activity for the period 1985-2019 shows there has been a loss of close to 70 Growing Degree Days (GDDs) (a measure of solar heat units required to bring a plant to maturation) in the months of June through August linked to diminishing solar...

Environment Canada Exaggerates Warming Scare

Environment Canada Exaggerates Warming Scare

Recent analysis by Professor Roy Spencer, meteorologist and principal research scientist at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, shows that Canada's climate is warming at half the rate projected by Environment Canada's Climate Models. He suggests that Canadian...

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Weaponizing the Law

The indictment of former U.S. president Donald Trump for crimes invented by his political opponents is the most egregious example yet seen of the weaponizing of the law. The United States is now full of examples. However, in Canada, we also see the law being...

COVID-19 and the Labour Market

COVID-19 and the Labour Market

Following employment losses of over one million in March, employment fell by nearly two million in April as the impacts of physical distancing and economic shutdowns on labour market activity became more apparent. Over one half of the employment losses in April were...

Cold Temperature Extremes are Rising

Cold Temperature Extremes are Rising

GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS FROM THE FRONTIER CENTRE FOR PUBLIC POLICY Climate closely correlates with solar activity accounting for 80% of the trend over a 150-year period unlike C02.  April 2020 over the Canadian prairies was the third coldest since 1985 averaging 3°C below...