Ross McKitrick, Abdulrahman Khogali and Elmira Aliakbari “Brownfields,” or building sites contaminated by past users, need to undergo some level of remediation prior to their redevelopment. Ontario’s brownfield remediation rules underwent a major revision in 2011....
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13th Annual Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey: 2017
Jointly Published with the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies The 13th Annual Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey: 2017 is published in collaboration with the Demographia group in Illinois, USA and the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies in...
Next On the Carbon Hit List: Meat
Peter Shawn Taylor, December 30, 2016 If it wasn’t so tasty, would anyone bother with beef? Last year, the World Health Organization added processed beef and other red meats to its list of level-one carcinogens, alongside such deadly substances as tobacco smoke,...
Seven Habits Of Highly Effective First Nations
Tom Flanagan and Lee Harding / November 2016 This paper examines 21 First Nations in Canada who scored highly on the 2011 Community Well-being Index (CWB), which is computed by researchers at the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs (INAC) after each census. The...
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If You Could Save $225 Million – Powerpoint
The powerpoint slides from Geoffrey Segal's speech to the Frontier Centre for Public Policy on October 27th, 2005. Best viewed alongside the speech video (see links below). Pdf file
NHS to spend £1bn going private
Demand for traditional health insurance is expected to fall as the impact of shorter waits and better facilities takes hold and rises in premiums may be held back by increased competition in the new NHS/private health market.
Fixing the Wheat Board’s Democratic Deficit
Elections of directors to the Canadian Wheat Board should exclude farmers who have little stake in the outcome.
Before Native Self-Government
Grand Chief Ron Evans wants native self-government. To make it happen, the rules must change.
Smart and Green
Prices, markets, incentives and fiscal responsibility from Canada’s Greens? You better believe it.
An Environmental Policy for the 21st Century
Environmental policy is no longer the purview of statists and interventionists. A new view that puts human needs in the equation is emerging.
Living with Proportional Voting
New Zealand reformed its electoral system, and wishes it hadn’t.
Submission to the Canadian Wheat Board Election Review Panel
If we want the Canadian Wheat Board to be an effective economic agent, its governance must better reflect the interests of its largest producers.