To Heat or Eat: Europe's Climate Policy Fiasco (Benny Peiser) (~88min) – May 16, 2013
Hear how Europe’s policies to promote inefficient wind and solar power, and impose carbon taxes and emissions trading have caused soaring energy prices, economic decline and plunged millions of families into fuel poverty. Check out the Global Warming Policy Foundation website: www.thegwpf.org
Alberta in a Dynamic Global Oil and Gas Industry (David Yager) (~45min) – November 30, 2012
The macro forces affecting the global oil and gas industry are changing more quickly than Alberta and its major economic engine can adapt. In this talk, David Yager will provide an overview of the major recent changes and how they will affect Alberta, our most important industry, our government, and our future.
A New Approach to Environment and Fisheries Management (Robert Sopuck) (~48min) – November 12, 2012
Guest Speaker: Robert Sopuck, MP Robert Sopuck will outline the changes Bill C-38 has made to the Fisheries Act and the governments’ actions to improve Environmental Assessments.
9th Annual Friends of Science Luncheon (Donna Laframboise) (~50min) – October 30, 2012
Guest Speaker: Donna Laframboise, Author, Investigative Journalist The UN's Climate Change Panel: Activist and Untrustworthy Is the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change an unbiased, rigorously scientific body? Or is it run by eco-activists with a political agenda?
Efficient and Effective Regulation of Resource Projects (Hon. Joe Oliver) (~28min) – April 27, 2012
Canada's Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver speaks on his government's commitment to the importance of timely and responsible development of natural resources to create jobs, growth and economic benefits in all regions of Canada. From Lunch on the Frontier speech in Winnipeg, March 22, 2012.
Alberta's Nuclear Power Saga (Duane Bratt) (~57min) – February 2, 2012
Professor Duane Bratt explores the saga of nuclear power in Alberta, Breakfast on the Frontier, Calgary, from January 26, 2012.
Untax Buildings, Uptax Land (de Jong) (~55min) – November 30, 2011
Speaker, Writer, and former Leader of the Green Party of Ontario, Frank de Jong, spoke on the multiple benefits to urban design when municipal property taxes are shifted off buildings and onto land value alone. He spoke at a Lunch on the Frontier in Winnipeg November 25, 2011. (~56 min.)
The Dangers of Manitoba's Hog Expansion Moratorium (~28min) – September 25, 2011
Veteran farm broadcaster and media commentator Harry Siemens discusses why recently passed legislation banning all new hog barns and expansions in every corner of Manitoba, no matter how small the farm is bad public policy.
Tom Harris on Africa's Famine (CJAD) (~14min) – August 12, 2011
Executive Director of the International Climate Science Coalition Tom Harris was interviewed by on The Tommy Schnurmacher airing on CJAD in Montreal. They discussed how the funds being raised by the United Nations are actually being used in the famine and drought in East Africa and what it means for future generations. (~14 mins)
The Exaggerated Death of the Automobile (~33min) – June 6, 2011
David Seymour's talk on the brigt future of the automobile to the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan Annual General Meeting.
Human Induced Global Warming: Why I am Skeptical (Ian Plimer) (~60min) – May 26, 2011
Remarks of Ian Plimer, Professor of Geology at The University of Melbourne and three time winner of the Eureka Prize, Australia’s leading award for scientific research and journalism to the 8th Annual Friends of Science Luncheon in Calgary May 16th, 2011.
The Skeptical Housewife (Charlene Adam) (~38min) – May 19, 2011
The Skeptical Housewife, Charlene Adam, takes a practical perspective on global warming. From Breakfast on the Frontier, May 5, 2011 in Winnipeg.
Patrick Moore's Regina Speech (~48min) – May 2, 2011
Hear Patrick Moore Speech to the Regina Lunch on the Frontier from April 12, 2011.
Interview with Dr. Patrick Moore (~10min) – May 2, 2011
Listen to audio of Frontier's interview with Dr. Patrick Moore co-founder of Greenpeace and environmentalist.
Human Caused Global Warming – The Biggest Deception in History? (Dr. Tim Ball) (~79min) – February 10, 2011
Historical Climatologist Tim Ball delivers a hard hitting talk on the politics of global warming "science". Includes questions and answers, from his Lunch on the Frontier address in Winnipeg, February 9, 2011.
Drill, Baby, Drill! Why Canada Needs its Offshore Oil (Lyatsky) (~45min) – February 3, 2011
Henry Lyatsky, Geophysical and Geological Consultant discusses offshore oil and gas development at Lunch on the Frontier in Calgary, February 3rd, 2011.
Ezra Levant - Ethical Oil: The Case for Canada’s Oil Sands (~42min) – December 7, 2010
Ethical Oil: The Case for Canada’s Oilsands author Ezra Levant explores four main reasons why we should continue to get oil from Canada over other countries at a Lunch on the Frontier in Winnipeg, December 2, 2010. Includes question and answer session.
The Future of Agriculture (Dennis Avery) (~53min) – April 6, 2010
Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Dennis T. Avery on the future of agriculture. "Farming intensity must triple on the best land, in order to protect the poorer land which houses three-fourths of the wild species. Good farmland will become even more important, as one of the scarcest resources." Remarks to a Frontier dinner in Regina, Saskatchewan, March 18, 2010.
The Sky is Not Falling (Bruno Wiskel) (~117min) – December 14, 2009
Geologist and author Bruno Wiskel shows that global warming has been happening for 18,000 years as a natural, not human-caused phenomenon. From Breakfast on the Frontier, December 2, 2009 in Winnipeg. (Speech remarks 54 minutes, including questions session 117 minutes).
Removal of Nitrogen from Winnipeg Wastewater will Cost Millions and Achieve Little (~52min) – December 3, 2009
The current debate on nitrate-nitrogen removal from City of Winnipeg wastewater is emotionally charged and involves a decision which will will waste $350 million without any benefit to Lake Winnipeg. Includes question and answer session.