The Frontier Centre interviewed Pierre Desrochers in Calgary on October 25,2012. His unique strength as one of the most well-known critics of the locavore movement is his knowledge of a broader set of issues than other critics who have attacked only one facet of this movement.
Frontier Centre: I would like you to tell us a little bit about what is ‘Honour-based violence’? Aruna Papp: Honour based violence is a crime committed in the name of protecting or defending family honour. It is usually committed by family members who believe that...
Professor Elizabeth Rata, Associate Professor in the School of Critical Studies in Education : Professor challenges cultural approach to schooling
The Frontier Centre interviewed Elizabeth Rata, an education professor at the University of Auckland, who believes the modern approach to Maori education focusing on difference and ‘re-tribalizing’ is misguided and will lead to failure.
Frontier interviews The Honourable Jason Kenney at a Lunch on the Frontier in Regina, May 18, 2012.
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...
OTTAWA, REGINA - Last week, two things happened that could have profound impacts on natural resources development in Saskatchewan. One is a hint the federal government might want to take control of natural resources away from the provinces, and the other is the...
Dr. Tom Flanagan, Professor of Political Science, University of Calgary and Co-Author of Beyond the Indian Act: Restoring Aboriginal Property Rights
Conversation with the co-author of Beyond the Indian Act: Restoring Aboriginal Property Rights which proposes a legislation to make it possible for First Nations, on a voluntary basis, to take collective ownership of their land reserves and also to create ownership in fee simple for individuals.
Frontier’s Conversation with the author of Uprising about the state of Aboriginal affairs in Canada and the likelihood of insurgency.
Frontier Conversation with the author of Fearful Symmetry – the Fall and Rise of Canada’s Founding Values and what the future holds for Canada’s labour market.
Former Environment Canada scientist says climate variability is within natural range.
Frontier talks to Dr. Kenneth Green about the Canada’s environmental record over the past 30 years.
Frontier talks to Livio di Matteo about growing a Heartlandia economic region.
Frontier talks to Mark Chamberlain about fighting poverty in Hamilton through “cross-sectoral collaboration”.
Frontier interviews Frances Widdowson in a Conservation on the Frontier.
Frontier interviews Polar Bear biologist Mitch Taylor in a Conservation on the Frontier.