Saskatchewan parents who are frustrated with fuzzy math assignments, confusing report cards, and low academic standards are about to get some much-needed help. Today, the Frontier Centre for Public Policy has released A Parents’ Guide to Common Sense Education in...
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Small Uncertainties can Significantly Impact Climate Model Outcomes
When it comes to climate change, politicians and activists often point to climate models in support of their preferred approach to the issue, such as those who favour carbon taxes. Climate models are a virtual version of our planet, using powerful computers to project...
Frontier Centre Releases A Parents’ Guide to Common Sense Education in Alberta
Alberta parents who are frustrated with fuzzy math assignments, confusing report cards, and low academic standards are about to get much-needed help. Today, the Frontier Centre for Public Policy has released A Parents’ Guide to Common Sense Education in Alberta. This...
Students Should Decide Whether They Want To Be Part Of A Student Union
As classes resume at Canada's universities, students are paying mandatory fees of as much as 200 dollars each to student unions. These organizations do several things for students. They administer health and dental plans, fund a variety of activities including sports...
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With bipartisan zeal, Parliament passes a new law based on junk science.
Should Canada Ban Trans Fats?
A ban on trans fats is premature. The relative risk numbers for trans fats from a number of studies are too low to cause alarm. The ban will make food more expensive and open Canada to trade retaliation. A better recourse is to encourage a healthy lifestyle and a balanced diet.
Approve Waverley West Subdivision
The public policy case for approving higher housing supply for Winnipeg. Remarks by Senior Policy Analyst Dennis Owens to a City of Winnipeg committee regarding Waverley West subdivision.
Mainstream Politics In Indian Country
For Ottawa to send more billions with little accountability in place benefits no one except for the aboriginal leaders who have proven that the current system is just fine with them and who will fight to hang on to it.
Top of the Flops
THE best police forces in Britain are up to four times more likely to catch criminals than the worst. New “performance indicators” for area divisions show an alarming variation in detection rates.
Yes to Merit Pay for Teachers
A Michigan teacher makes her case for introducing merit pay into her profession.
Eco-imperialism Won’t Save the Environment
Mr. Driessen calls this “eco-imperialism,” an effective term that appeals to the disdain for the domination of vulnerable or weak societies by the more powerful. This resonates with rural Canadians, especially those engaged in the fur trade and commercial forestry, some of whom are the chief victims of this sort of arrogance.
Good Riddance 2004
The year 2004 was very challenging for the farm sector.