Urban planning should be responsive, not prescriptive. It should respond to the needs and desires of people, not seek to impose standards of behavior on them.
Mad Cow’s Circle within Circles
The crisis in Canada’s beef industry will require finesse, diplomacy and a fundamental re-thinking of our relationship with the United States.
Real thinkers don’t fear changes to health care
Frontier responds to Naomi Lakritz column criticizing Swedish health reforms
PFRA – An Old Idea That Still Works
The Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration is a good example of government that works, and should be the model for other programs.
Europe Wants to Subsidize Rural Landscapes
The European Union is proposing that farm production subsidies be directed towards conserving rural landscapes and promoting rural development.
An Immigration Profile of Winnipeg
A comprehensive demographic snapshot of recent Winnipeg immigrants shows that they benefit the community
A Manitoba Electricity Conservation Bonanza
Tradable Electricity Permits (TEP) would grant individual Manitobans rights to a predetermined quantity of power, with the cost of a permit determined by existing rate structures.
Canada: Number One Spot for Business-Study
Economist Intelligent Unit favors Canada as place for investment and business
Farm Organizations Need to Rethink their Roles
Rural interests need to coalesce around a set of common objectives to promote the rural economy