Danielle Smith, Leader, Wildrose Alliance Party – November 30, 2010
Danielle Smith was interviewed after her Lunch on the Frontier speech in Winnipeg on November 22, 2010.
Maxime Bernier, Former Industry and Foreign Affairs Minister and MP for Beauce – May 27, 2010
You have to be out there. You have to explain what you believe in and I think people are intelligent. If you have a good idea and it is based on facts and you can explain it, I think people will understand and they will vote for you.
Antoine Hacault – January 4, 2008
Frontier discusses a troubling precedent-setting case with Antoine Hacault, the lawyer for the Foulliard family from the RM of Ellice, Manitoba. The local RM council is movng to expropriate their land for tourism development purposes.
David Littmann, Chief Economist, Comerica Bank – October 20, 2003
An economist has devised an intriguing methos of measuring a city's progress . . .
Sam Olivito, California Contract Cities Association – February 7, 2003
An interview with Sam Olivito, Executive Director of the California Contract Cities Association, which represent 57 "contract" cities
A Conversation with John Norquist (On Cities) – October 25, 2002
The first of a two part interview with policy innovator Milwaukee Mayor John Norquist
A Conversation with Stephen Goldsmith – April 4, 2001
Privatization assumes that the private sector is inherently more effective and we determined that public value comes from competition and that private monopolies are not better than public monopolies. The competitive aspect drives value to the citizens.
A Conversation with Ronald Jensen – September 1, 2000
Its primary element is competition, or managed competition, in which the city workforce competes with the private sector to deliver municipal services.