In Defence of Costly Designer Bridges (CHQR) (~2min) – July 22, 2009
Cities are more than just roads and sewers argues Frontier's research director Mark Milke in a recent interview on Calgary's QR77. They should spend at least some money on beautifying public spaces--and less on uncompetitive service delivery. (5 minutes)
What Are Public Goods? (~2min) – March 5, 2009
From the Frontier Centre's weekly radio commentary that runs in 3 prairie provinces.
The Contorted Beliefs Behind a Crown Owned Power Plant (~2min) – July 5, 2008
Recent debate over whether the government or the private sector should own a hypothetical nuclear plant in Saskatchewan has shown just how you have to think to support crown ownership.David Seymour comments.
Saskatchewan - the New Tax Haven? (~2min) – June 6, 2008
David Seymour discusses the downard drift of taxes in Saskatchewan on the Frontier Centre's weekly radio policy broadcast.
Equality and the Flat Tax (Epstein) (~1min) – May 23, 2008
The Frontier Centre for Public Policy interviewed Richard Epstein at the Civitas Conference in Winnipeg (May 3, 2008).
The Poison Chalice of Federal Municipal Funding (~1min) – December 15, 2007
Asking the feds to fund cities is like taking a bottle of vodka to a party of alcoholics then letting them vote on the servings. David Seymour comments.
Megacity Fallout (Wendell Cox on Montreal 940 AM) – July 25, 2007
Wendell Cox discusses how municipal amalgamation never seems to meet lofty expectations on a Montreal talkshow.