Dr. Madhav Khandekar, Retired Environment Canada Scientist – July 31, 2009
Former Environment Canada scientist says climate variability is within natural range.
Dr. Kenneth P. Green, Environmental Scientist – July 8, 2009
Frontier talks to Dr. Kenneth Green about the Canada's environmental record over the past 30 years.
Livio di Matteo, Professor of Economics at Lakehead University – May 29, 2009
Frontier talks to Livio di Matteo about growing a Heartlandia economic region.
Mark Chamberlain, Entrepreneur, Business and Community Leader – April 17, 2009
Frontier talks to Mark Chamberlain about fighting poverty in Hamilton through "cross-sectoral collaboration".
Frances Widdowson, Co-Author of Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry – February 13, 2009
Frontier interviews Frances Widdowson in a Conservation on the Frontier.
Dr. Mitchell Taylor, Polar Bear Biologist – January 25, 2009
Frontier interviews Polar Bear biologist Mitch Taylor in a Conservation on the Frontier.
Martin Durkin, Director of The Great Global Warming Swindle – November 19, 2008
If you examine the mountain of IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) literature on this, you’ll find the vast majority of it concerns the possible (projected) effects of climate change. Most of this is highly suspect and does not address the central question of whether humans are causing the climate to change. The climate has always changed. Climate change is nothing new.
Dan Mitchell, Flat Tax Advocate – November 3, 2008
There are now 18 former communist countries that have flat taxes. There are 25 countries overall that have flat taxes and a lot of this is being driven by three things. One, it’s being driven by tax competition. Globalization means it’s easier for tax payers saving and investment and labour to cross national borders and that means that if adopt a good system like a flat tax as a country you are going to attract a lot of productive economic activity into your borders so countries are figuring out this is a route to economic prosperity.
Niger Innis, Congress of Racial Equality – October 10, 2008
Niger Innis is Co-Chair of the Alliance to Stop the War on the Poor and the National Spokesman for the Congress of Racial Equality, one of the oldest African-American anti-poverty groups. It was founded in 1942 as one of the pioneers of the civil rights movement in the United States. Its national Headquarters is located in New York City.
George Gilder, Futurist – September 12, 2008
Exploring how technology and public policy interface with one of the world's leading technology gurus.
Lawrence Solomon – July 4, 2008
Lawrence Solomon is the author of The Deniers: The World Renowned Scientists Who Stood Up Against Global Warming Hysteria, Political Persecution, and Fraud**And those who are too fearful to do so. He is Energy Probe's executive director, a columnist with National Post and a past columnist with the Globe and Mail.
Sheldon Schwartz – July 3, 2008
Sheldon Schwartz worked for the Province of Saskatchewan during a career spanning 25 years, including as Assistant Deputy Minister of Finance, responsible for Saskatchewan’s treasury and debt management functions and as the Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Finance and Administration for Crown Investments Corporation, the Province’s holding company for its commercial Crown corporations.
Robert Fulford – July 2, 2008
"I think that the Canadian artists at least, for example, the film makers have been too pliant in their attitude to government. They’ve been so anxious to get money out of the government that they’ve put up with an incredibly complex, multi-leveled system of grants that turns every film producer in our country into a government lobbyist."
Nigel Hannaford – June 9, 2008
On Human Rights Commissions and the need for drastic reforms.
Sidney Green – May 27, 2008
"I support the general law. Namely, that it is unlawful to bribe a politician otherwise I do not support laws with respect to financing because one, it is contrary to freedom of speech and secondly, because it is impossible to enforce them and it makes dishonest people out of honest people because they will find and seek out ways to get around stupid laws."
Linda West – May 19, 2008
"The projections are that whatever the shortage is in your industry that they will double every 3 – 5 years for the next 15 years. We are literally today slowing down our economic growth because we don’t have workers."
Bryan Schwartz – April 23, 2008
"If everyone is beholden to government, if you have a supplicant society, people are hesitant about engaging in free thinking and forthright criticism of government because that’s their funder. The other thing is that if you’re dependent on government you are less likely to think imaginatively and innovatively and cleverly about how to solve your own problems."
Larry Martin – March 3, 2008
"A whole bunch of places that have ethanol plants are finding that their water tables are falling. It’s based on corn in the U.S. and there’s a growing dead zone at the mouth of the Mississippi River in the Gulf of Mexico because of the nutrients and chemicals that are washed down the Mississippi River from the run-off."
David Pankratz – February 21, 2008
Frontier interviews David Pankratz, Director of the Institute for Community Peacebuilding at Canadian Mennonite University, about smarter ways to assist low income Canadians.
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.