Aruna Papp, MA, ADR, MEd. – November 1, 2012
The Frontier Centre interviewed Aruna Papp, MA, ADR, MEd., who has written extensively on the issue of domestic violence in the South Asian immigrant community. She is also the author of Culturally-driven violence against women: A growing problem in Canada’s immigrant communities, a study published by the Frontier Centre.
Jason Kenney, Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism – June 8, 2012
Frontier interviews The Honourable Jason Kenney at a Lunch on the Frontier in Regina, May 18, 2012.
Frank de Jong, Former Green Party Leader – November 30, 2011
Frontier interviews former Ontario Green Party Leader Frank de Jong on land value taxation and other topics.
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.
Mark Chamberlain, Entrepreneur, Business and Community Leader – April 17, 2009
Frontier talks to Mark Chamberlain about fighting poverty in Hamilton through "cross-sectoral collaboration".
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.
Calvin Helin, Aboriginal Entrepreneur and Author of Dances with Dependency – June 25, 2007
Frontier's conversation with the author of "Dances With Dependecy", Calvin Helin
Alan Duff, Author and Social Activist for Maori advancement – May 29, 2007
Frontier's conversation with the author of "Once Were Warriors" author Alan Duff
Andrea Mandel-Campbell, author of Why Mexicans Don't Drink Molson – May 11, 2007
Canada's natural advantages as a trading nation are hampered by a series of protectionist regulations that divert attention and energy from the wealth creation possible from an expansion of its share of international commerce.
Harry Lehotsky, Inner-City Preacher, Activist and Change Agent – July 13, 2006
Many social agencies are "poverty pimps," living high off the hog while their clients remain trapped in dysfunctional neighbourhoods? A front-line perspective from a Winnipeg icon.
Corin Taylor, Economics Analyst, Reform Think-Tank – June 3, 2006
Really want to help the poor? Reform government programs that focus on their needs. Make them transparent and productive vehicles for compatting poverty, not "jobs for life" for bureaucrats.
A Conversation with David Beito – July 21, 2000
They were tremendously important. If you wanted to find where the center of community was in an urban neighbourhood or a small town you would often go to the lodge.