The Frontier Centre’s offices are located in the Hammond Building, in Winnipeg’s historic Exchange District.
Edmonton, like other cities in Canada is addicted to the automobile. The Alberta capital maintains over 4,500 miles of urban roads, as opposed to fewer than 3,000 in Winnipeg.
The comprehensive labeling of food and other products has become the latest crusade for the anti-trade crowd. Their demands sound reasonable, but complying with them would put many products beyond the reach of the average household budget.
Speech given by Prof. Richard Vedder of the Ukraine on taxation and economic growth
The authorities in Stockholm remain just as committed to government funding of health care as they ever were. They’ve simply found a better way to do it.
The Province of Manitoba, stuck with Canada’s most expensive health-care system, deserves credit for at least beginning to look outward for new ideas.
Self-styled “progressives” in the West are wont to proclaim their concern for the “Third World.” Of course they blame Western economic interests for the unhappy state of affairs in developing countries.