Anyone who wants to see what’s wrong with the science behind the Kyoto accord should start with Vincent Gray’s new book, The Greenhouse Delusion. One of the leading global warming skeptics, Mr. Gray has produced what amounts to a field guide to skepticism — inexpensive, colourful and fact-filled.
Policy Notes discusses problems with new federal approach to immigration in less populated areas
Rural Renaissance Note commentary – Proposed animal rights legislation still haunts rural economy
Senior Policy Analyst Dennis Owens discusses how rent control hurts the poor
The future of library technology as seen in B.C.
2002 comparison of effective residential property tax levels in major Canadian cities
[WINNIPEG] Despite a decided trend towards reductions, Winnipeg’s property taxes are still higher than most other Canadian cities, according to a new comparison released today by the Frontier Centre for Public Policy. “Between 2000 and 2001, the city did an …