The Frontier Centre for Public Policy is a Western Canadian, non-partisan, independent think tank with offices in Calgary, Regina, and Winnipeg. We seek to broaden the debate on public policy issues in our select project areas: Aboriginals, education, the environment, equalization, healthcare, housing, local government, poverty, the rural renaissance, water, and the workplace.
We are independent insofar as we accept no money from governments, we do not do studies on “contract,” and we have a diversified funding base so as not to rely on any single donor. For more information, please visit our website at www.fcpp.org
Our blog supplements and points to our body of studies, op-eds, media interviews, and public events and appearances. The opinions expressed by our contributors in this blog are not necessarily those of the Frontier Centre’s Board of Directors.