PowerPoint slides which accompanied the Lunch on the Frontier speech by Dr. Tim Ball in Winnipeg February 9, 2011.
PowerPoint slides which accompanied the Lunch on the Frontier speech by Henry Lyatsky in Calgary February 3, 2011.
PowerPoint slides which accompanied the Breakfast on the Frontier speech by S. Mark Francis in Winnipeg March 24, 2010. Watch while listening to related audio below.
PowerPoint slides which accompanied the Breakfast on the Frontier speech by John Ilg in Winnipeg February 10, 2010.
“I want to tackle a taboo subject today: how one of Canada’s most sacred cows—regional subsidies—is, in fact, chewing up the country’s economic foundations, national unity and future prospects.”
Reforms of local government rarely, if ever are advanced by local governments themselves. Invariably reform will only occur as it did in New Zealand if higher government driven by determined reformers do it, not the units of local government themselves.
Premier Dalton McGuinty outlines the flaws in Canada’s transfer payment calculations. An excerpt from his speech to the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce on May 8th.
Text of David MacKinnon’s speech to the Frontier Centre on how unsustainable regional subsidies are starting to break an Ontario economy beset by severe competitive pressures.
A New Zealand political operative describes his history with that country’s Labour Party, and why they adapted traditional socialism to accomodate a free market philosophy.