Brian Lee Crowley, Founding President of AIMS, the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies – November 13, 2009
Frontier Conversation with the author of Fearful Symmetry – the Fall and Rise of Canada’s Founding Values and what the future holds for Canada's labour market.
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."
Jan Södergren, Human Rights Lawyer, Sweden & John Mortimer, President, Canadian LabourWatch Association – October 23, 2007
Two labour law experts discuss the European precedent for banning union due funding of political activities unrelated to bargaining.
J. R. Shackleton, Dean, University of Westminster Business School – January 8, 2007
Margaret Thatcher and John Major in turn radically reshaped labour market regulation in Britain but, when Tony Blair and "New Labour" came into power in 1997, they left the reforms intact. Britain's economy has been all the stronger for the effort.
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.
Stephan Fantauzzo, Executive Director, AFSCME, Indianapolis local – November 1, 1997
Last spring the Frontier Centre invited a union leader from Indianapolis to visit Winnipeg, to speak on that city's policy of "managed competition". Stephan Fantauzzo is Executive Director of Council 62, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, and represents civic workers at the City of Indianapolis.