The authors of “Taken by Storm” discuss the troubled politics of climate change
When governments fund lobby groups, it gives the public the mistaken sense that more Canadians support the views of such groups than might actually be the case.
‘Sustainable development’ is a term that has been around for about 30 years. Over that time it has been interpreted in a variety of ways, ranging from the sensible to the slippery to the downright dangerous.
The doctrine of global warming is deeply anti-intellectual and anti-scientific
Despite the political spin that low house prices are an advantage, Winnipeg’s low house prices are one more symptom of Manitoba’s relative lack of economic growth.
New population statistics reveal Winnipeg’s need for real reforms
An analysis of Winnipeg’s population trends reveals we should be worried about the lack of growth, not “sprawl”
This December 2002 paper explores “big-picture” policy reforms to revitalize Winnipeg’s high potential downtown. It kicks off the Frontier Centre’s Winnipeg Policy Blueprint Project.
This 78 page report draws the research in AIMS’ Health Policy Background Papers together into a comprehensive proposal for fundamental reform of the Canadian health care system in order to address the number one challenge facing Medicare – sustainability.