David Henderson, Economist – August 22, 2011
David Henderson, the author of Canada’s Budget Triumph, was interviewed August 10, 2011 during a recent visit to Winnipeg.
Calvin Helin, Author 'The Economic Dependency Trap' – January 21, 2011
Calvin Helin worked his way up from an impoverished boyhood in a remote First Nations village in northern British Columbia to become a successful lawyer and international businessman. He has dedicated his life to helping others break the bonds of economic dependency and emerge with newfound confidence and self-worth.
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.
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."
David MacKinnon, Retired Ontario Public Servant and Critic of Regional Subsidies – November 21, 2007
As Ontario snoozes it loses. An Ontario based critic of regional subsidies makes the case for change.
Gordon Tullock, Co-Founder, School of Public Choice Economics – May 24, 2003
Frontier interviews Professor Gordon Tullock, one of the world's greatest living economists
A Conversation with the Hon. Frank McKenna – April 25, 2002
New Brunswick is usually thought of as successful in economic terms since a more vibrant private sector emerged during your oversight of that province.
A Conversation with James Buchanan – October 25, 2001
Frontier interviews 1986 Nobel Prize winner for economics James Buchanan.