Kathleen (Katie) Canjar
is an intern at the Frontier Centre for Public Policy. She recently completed a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Political Science at the University of Lethbridge. Her honours thesis was focused on Søren Kierkegaard's political thought concerning how individuals cultivate positive relationships and how they can come to create a better society. Katie has previously worked as an intern in Ottawa working on security policy and as an intern with Aboriginal Affairs. In the Fall, Katie will attend Carleton University to pursue a Masters in Political Science. Her main policy interests include national security and defence policy, aboriginal public policy, social policy, and individual freedoms.
is an intern at the Frontier Centre for Public Policy. He recently completed a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Psychology at Wilfrid Laurier University. Currently, he is attending the Faculty of Law at the University of Alberta to pursue a J.D. During his first year at the University of Alberta, he has volunteered for Student Legal Services of Edmonton as a Caseworker assisting those who have been charged with a criminal offence navigate through the complex criminal law process. Besides the criminal justice system, Andrew's policy interests include national security, drug policy, healthcare, and individual rights.
is an intern at the Frontier Centre for Public Policy. Shaun was born and raised in Windsor, ON. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Windsor and is currently completing graduate studies in the Department of Political Science at the University of British Columbia. His research interests are in the realm of regulatory policy-making, macroeconomic behavior, and institutional design and his thesis is on developing institutions and forging the relationships necessary to ameliorate systemic risk in the global economy. In addition, Shaun has been involved in a number of volunteer experiences, for instance teaching English in South Africa, Ghana, and India and working with Tibetan exiles in the Kashmir region. Shaun is also an avid cyclist and in 2010 rode 6500KM from Vancouver, BC to Halifax, NS to raise money and awareness for the Breast Cancer Society of Canada.
is a research assistant at the Frontier Centre for Public Policy. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Political Science from the University of Calgary. Her thesis, The Law and Politics of Provincial Drinking and Driving Offences, focused on the constitutionality of provincial laws which encroach on the federal criminal code. In fall 2013, she will continue her research at the University of Calgary as a Master’s student. Brianna has received several academic scholarships and served on the executive board of two student clubs: Women in Leadership and the Association for Ordered Liberty. She continues to volunteer weekly at a mobile drop-in center in downtown Calgary. Her research interests include education, social policy, municipal policy, property rights, and policies affecting Charter freedoms.
is an intern at the Frontier Center for Public Policy. Andrew was born and raised in Unionville, Ontario. He became actively involved in all levels of politics once he came to University. Andrew is in his my final year attending Wilfrid Laurier University for an Honors Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a Legal Studies Option and a minor in History. Over this past year Andrew has been actively involved in campus clubs of a political nature and has sat as a director of a registered charity. Andrew has been involved in political campaigns at the Municipal, Provincial and Federal levels in various ridings around the province of Ontario. Andrew has experience in both the government itself with a position at Queens Park and policy development experience in the private sector. He has numerous policy interests, but in particular he has knowledge, experience, and interest in: Post Secondary Education, and Northern Ontario Development.
Dams & Transmission Lines: Are There Responsible Alternatives?
with Ed Schreyer, Former Governor General of Canada & Premier of Manitoba
June 25, 2013 — Winnipeg
Future Solutions for Retirement Security & Pensions
with The Honourable Ted Menzies
June 27, 2013 — Calgary
Upcoming FCPP Appearances
Watch for more appearances soon - to book a Frontier speaker for your community club or organization contact email@example.com
Thu June 20, 2013