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February 2022

Dr. Brian Day: Putting Patients Needs First

February 17 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm CST
Online Event Canada

Canada's health care system by almost all measures and indexes performs at or near the bottom of OECD rankings while being among the  most expensive in the world.   Patients experience a myriad of waiting lists and health bureaucracy that often create immeasurable suffering and poor results. Given this reality, how can healthcare in Canada improve and catch up to the rest of the western world?  What is the way forward and out of Canada's unstainable, expensive and low performing health…

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Policy on the Frontier: The Problem with Trudeau’s Anti-Energy Agenda

February 24 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm CST

Our Topic:  Energy policy plays a central role in the health and vibrancy of Canada's economy and in the quality of life and high living standard of every Canadian. Canada’s enormous energy wealth, particularly from its immense conventional oil and gas reserves, is our country’s largest export and its greatest source of tax revenue and high paying jobs.   Relative to other countries these ample supplies of energy have benefited citizens  with lower energy prices.  This policy has now shifted as Justin…

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March 2022

Policy on the Frontier: Patients at Risk: Exposing Canada’s Health-care Crisis

March 24 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm CDT

Patients at Risk:  Exposing Canada’s Healthcare Crisis -  Sometimes health care hurts the very people it is supposed to heal. This has long been the situation in Canada, where waitlists, rationed services and a fragmented system are harming more and more patients. Susan Martinuk’s just published book, Patients at Risk: Exposing Canada’s Health-care Crisis shares the heart-breaking stories of those who sought healing and instead found themselves trapped in a system that prioritizes an intangible ideology over patient care.  This…

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April 2022

Leaders on the Frontier | So Much More We Can Be with the Hon. Grant Devine, Premier of Saskatchewan 1982-1991

April 14 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm CDT

The April 1982 Saskatchewan election proved to be a major turning point in the province's history. Over its nine years in office, the Devine government commenced and completed numerous policy initiatives in spite of considerable challenges including two recessions.  In retrospect, many of those initiatives fundamentally shifted policy away from state ownership.   The evidence, as detailed in the Frontier Centre book “So Much More We Can  Be”, shows that the Devine government was indeed an important inflection point in…

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The State of Canadian Journalism in 2022

April 21 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm CDT

The media plays a vital role in the health and well-being of our democracy.  And yet, the trust and confidence in legacy media has never been lower.  At the same time, so called independent and smaller media outlets are on the rise. What is the role of the fourth estate?  What are key issues it faces today in a challenging environment?. Why is it that certain big stories tend to be only found in smaller media? Register for the event here…

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May 2022

Policy on the Frontier | An Industry Insider on the Real State of Canadian Energy

May 5 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm CDT

An Industry Insider on the Real State of Canadian Energy Affordable, dependable, reliable and secure energy has always, been foundational to  Canada’s economic competitiveness and high standard of living.  Yet the broader political and media consensus today, based on the unproven theory of human caused climate change, is all about  suppressing and ending the benefits of Canada’s immense energy resource wealth.   As the largest source of tax revenue and high paying jobs  this anti-energy policy is highly irrational and, if…

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Leaders on the Frontier | Investigating Governmental Management of the COVID Pandemic, with Preston Manning, former Leader of the Opposition in Parliament.

May 11 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm CDT

No region of North America has had more experience – much of it positive – with populist movements, populist parties, and populist governments than western Canada. It was the populist Progressive and Farmers parties that elected the first woman to Parliament, the first women to provincial legislatures, and which secured recognition of women as “persons” in Canadian law. It was populist legislators in the prairie provinces and in the House of Commons that secured the Natural Resources Transfer Agreement which…

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June 2022

Policy on the Frontier – The State of Canada’s Economy with William Watson

June 9 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm CDT

Canada faces a myriad of serious economic challenges.  On May 18th, the Canadian consumer price inflation hit a three-decade high, adding pressure on the Bank of Canada to continue with major interest rate increases.  This at a time  of record level government deficits and historically high debt levels.  At the same time, Canada's dismal track records on productivity, regulations and energy policy appear to be setting the stage for economic recession and decline.  Witness a recent OECD document shows Canada…

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Frontier Invites You to Attend – A Citizen’s Hearing –Examining Canada’s COVID Response June 22-24

June 22 @ 9:00 am - June 24 @ 5:00 pm EDT

The response to Covid-19 has impacted Canadians in unimaginable ways. Many of us are questioning the actions taken over the past two years in the name of “science” that have resulted in social and economic losses, unanticipated health effects, lack of informed consent, and disregard for individual rights and freedoms. Concerned citizens from across Canada are organizing and streaming a hearing from June 22-24. A Citizens’ Hearing will consist of testimonials evaluating the official responses of Canada’s federal and regional governments…

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