Smart on Crime (SunTV) (~11min) – March 14, 2013
Steve Lafleur of the Frontier Centre for Public Policy explains why more police doesn’t necessarily mean less crime. (~12 min.)
Report Suggest More Police Officers Does Not Mean Less Crime (Global TV) (~2min) – March 14, 2013
A report by the Frontier Centre says Winnipeg could spend less, re-organize officers, and still have safe streets. Lorraine Nickel reports. (~3 min.)
Analyzing Calgary’s Light Rail Transit System (Global Calgary) (~2min) – April 1, 2011
Director of Research Marco Navarro-Genie was interviewed on Global Calgary News at 6 regarding the recent study "The 30th Anniversary of the C-Train: A Critical Analysis of Calgary's Light Rail Transit System." (~ 3 mins)
Danielle Smith - Avoiding Greek Style Meltdowns (~20min) – December 9, 2010
Alberta Wildrose Alliance Leader Danielle Smith explores successful models of community-based compassion to square the circle of governments in fiscal crisis and individuals in need at Lunch on the Frontier in Regina, November 23 , 2010.
Explaining the 2009 Local Government Performance Index (Seymour) (~43min) – December 11, 2009
Senior Policy Analyst David Seymour explains the 2009 Local Government Performance Index to policy experts and media in Red Deer, AB. (December 8, 2009) ~43 mins
Taxi Regulation: David Seymour on Alberta Prime Time (~17min) – October 22, 2009
How Competition Saved London Transit (Newton) (~34min) – May 22, 2001
The New Unionism - Can the Public Sector Compete? (~60min) – May 25, 1998
Managed Competition In Indianapolis - Stephan Fantauzzo, Executive Director, American Federation of State, Council, and Municipal Employees Indiana Council 62, AFL-CIO, May 21, 1998, Winnipeg.
Pushing Back Privatization - The Indianapolis Story (~19min) – May 25, 1998