Frontier Centre in the Media
Drivers Falling into Old Cellphone Habits – July 18, 2012
A little more than a year after New Brunswick brought in its distracted driving law, police say motorists are slipping back into their old habits of texting, talking and fiddling with electronic devices while on the road.
Don't be Distracted by Sketchy Statistics – July 17, 2012
Enact a ban on distracting behaviours behind the wheel -- cellphones, makeup, eating, etc. -- and you'll create a safe-driving utopia. Simple as that, right? Not so fast. While proponents would like to suggest that a law will simply change behaviours, the reality is far different.
Real Road Danger: Discreet Texting – July 16, 2012
A new study calls into question the efficacy of distracted driving laws that ban the use of cellphones while driving. The report, released Friday by the Frontier Centre for Public Policy, provides further evidence that, not only are distracted driving laws ineffective, they might actually be doing more harm than good.
Literacy More Than Pen and Paper – September 25, 2008
Computers challenge old ideas.
Computer Labs Under Scrutiny – March 13, 2008
An article in the Vancouver Island News Group touches on computers in schools.
Computers Are Just A Tool – March 7, 2008
An article in the Kamloops Daily News touches on computers in schools.
Reading, Writing, Word Processing – March 5, 2008
An article in the Ottawa Citizen touches on computers in schools.
Brison Coy on Convention Plans – November 21, 2006
Scott Brison isn't yet saying which of the other federal Liberal leadership candidates will receive his support in the convention less than two weeks away.