PowerPoint slides detailing Manitoba’s options to balance good and bad algae in its lakes and rivers which accompanied the Breakfast on the Frontier speech by Jan Oleszkiewicz in Winnipeg on November 25th, 2009.
Winnipeg residents need more accurate information about private service delivery options before they vote in a proposed referendum on the issue.
PowerPoint slides detailing Canada’s environmental progress which accompanied the Meeting for Policy Experts seminar by Dr. Ken Green and Ben Eisen in Winnipeg on June 17th, 2009.
Winnipeg has surprisingly low taxes, user fees, higher government grants and overall revenue compared to other major Prairie cities.
After the disappointment of the Winnipeg Taxi Study, Senior Policy Analyst David Seymour takes a more imaginative look at the results of taxi deregulation in other countries.
Upgrading the Perimeter Highway to Free-flowing Conditions.
Left within municipalities, water will remain just a staid, old departmental activity with little emphasis being given to its special place in the lives of city citizens.