Admitted But Excluded – August 29, 2012
Professor Bryan Schwartz describes the harmful impact of occupational licensing requirements that prevent skilled immigrants from working in the professions for which they are trained.
A Policy Roadmap for Solutions to Suicide Among Young Women of South Asian Origin – December 15, 2011
There is a policy gap when it comes to the high suicide rate among young women of South Asian origin in Canada.
More Immigrants Needed to Maintain Saskatchewan's Boom – November 4, 2011
For the first time in decades, Saskatchewan is experiencing rapid economic growth. The provinces resources and sound policy environment provide an opportunity for this growth to last indefinitely. However, the province is missing one thing: people. After decades of young people leaving the province, and with the impending retirement of Baby Boomers, increased immigration will be required to fill the workforce.
Telecommuting and Working at Home in the Emerging Work Environment – June 24, 2011
Wendell Cox documents the rise of telecommuting and working from home in Canada.
Green Jobs – April 26, 2011
Many activists and politicians promise to improve economic performance through government spending on “green jobs.” Economic theory and empirical evidence from Europe both suggest that such efforts are unlikely to strengthen the economy.
The Muddle of Multiculturism – February 3, 2011
Although it started as a harmless ploy to attract votes to Pierre Trudeau’s government, the official policy of multiculturalism in Canada is now weakening basic principles of our democratic traditions and is being used as an instrument to promote radical ideologies.
Culturally-Driven Violence Against Women: A growing problem in Canada’s immigrant communities – July 12, 2010
Culturally-driven violence against women must be faced head-on. Policy Series Paper (21 Pages).
Improving Quality of Life Through Telecommuting – October 6, 2009
Senior Fellow Wendell Cox, an international transportation expert, finds that in Canada, Saskatoon has more telecommuters than any other metropolitan area as a percentage of its working-age population, at 1.5%. Next in line are Vancouver and Edmonton tied at 1.1%.
The Case for Taxi Deregulation – February 12, 2009
Market failure, regulatory failure, and how to make taxi markets function for more jobs and better service.
The Lone Eagles – December 11, 2003
Instead of “chasing smokestacks,” rural communities should take advantage of the environmental and social amenities they have to offer. The priority for enhancing their economies must shift from the pursuit of urban-style industrial expansion to an emphasis on communications infrastructure and environmental quality.
Should We Close Our Borders? – July 22, 2003
Daniel Klymchuk, Director of the Frontier Centre's Immigration Frontiers Project defends the case for more immigration in a critique of a recent paper by immigration critic Martin Collacott.