Alberta Government makes a mistake with New York Times ad (~19min) – March 24, 2013
A critique of the Alberta government March 17, 2013 pro-Keystone XL advertisement in the New York Times.
Suzuki Off Base on Climate Change and Pollution Impact (Sun TV) (~7min) – October 12, 2012
Tom Harris of the International Climate Science Coalition gives his take on David Suzuki’s latest science fiction campaign on climate change. (~7 min.)
Polar Bears - Outstanding Survivors of Climate Change (~81min) – August 21, 2012
Dr. Susan J. Crockford discusses the topic "Polar Bears - Outstanding Survivors of Climate Change".
Environmental Overkill (~4min) – November 18, 2011
Environmental Overkill (SunTV) (~1min) – November 18, 2011
Even though the Keystone pipeline has been rerouted and mulled over for months now, nothing will ever appease the environmentalists. Charles Adler and guest Tom Harris discuss.
Confessions of a Greenpeace Dropout (Patrick Moore) (~53min) – April 20, 2011
Patrick Moore, ecologist and author of Confessions of a Greenpeace Dropout outlines his vision for a more sustainable world. Lunch on the Frontier April 13, 2011 in Winnipeg.
Which Kill More Birds, Oil Sands or Wind Turbines? (~1min) – March 3, 2011
A video produced for the Smart Green Project at the Frontier Centre for Public Policy.
Human Caused Global Warming – The Biggest Deception in History? (Dr. Tim Ball) (~63min) – February 28, 2011
Historical Climatologist Tim Ball delivers a hard hitting talk on the politics of global warming "science". Includes questions and answers, from his Lunch on the Frontier address in Winnipeg, February 9, 2011. (~63 mins)
Which Kills More Birds: Oil Sands or Wind Turbines? (~1min) – February 11, 2011
Frontier produces a catchy video about the oil sands, wind turbines, and proper cost benefit analysis.
Ezra Levant - Ethical Oil: The Case for Canada’s Oil Sands (~20min) – December 9, 2010
Ethical Oil: The Case for Canada’s Oilsands author Ezra Levant explores four main reasons why we should continue to get oil from Canada over other countries at a Lunch on the Frontier in Regina, November 29, 2010.
Ezra Levant on Ethical Oil (CTV) (~2min) – December 2, 2010
After Ezra Levant's Lunch on the Frontier speech in Regina he spoke to CTV about his challenge opponents of oilsands development to come up with alternative sources of energy that meet our immediate needs. Levant has a new book out "Ethical Oil: The Case for Canada's Oilsands". (~2 mins)
Climate Change Debate: Lord Monckton and Dr Rayner at the University of Regina (~90min) – October 28, 2009
Earth Hour Misses Point? (CBC TV) (~2min) – March 27, 2009
David Seymour on CBC TV News at Six in Regina.
On the Verge of History's Greatest Farming Challenge (Dennis Avery) – March 3, 2009
Dennis T. Avery, of the Hudson Institute, addresses the Western Canada Wheat Grower's Association Conference on the future of agriculture and global warming politics, Winnipeg, January 9th, 2009.
Polar Bears: A Disappearing Species? – January 15, 2009
Mitchell Taylor, Polar Bear Biolgist, on the state of the polar bear today at Lunch on the Frontier, January 15, 2009 in Winnipeg.
A Freeway of Benefits – December 15, 2008
Engineering student Mark Hearson shows how separating roadways on Winnipeg's Perimeter Highway is a smarter way to reduce greenhouse gases than other Manitoba climate change initiatives.
Can We Afford More Wind Power? – December 10, 2008
David Grant, Professional Engineer, provides a different perspective on wind power at Breakfast on the Frontier, Winnipeg, December 10, 2008.
Energy, Climate Change and the War on the Poor (Innis) – October 9, 2008
Niger Innis, Co-chair of the Alliance to Stop the War on the Poor, addresses Lunch on the Frontier, Winnipeg, October 6, 2008.
The Deniers - The Science Is Not Settled on Global Warming (Solomon) – June 29, 2008
Lawrence Solomon, Executive Director of Energy Probe and Author of “The Deniers” explores the popular belief in global warming at Lunch on the Frontier in Winnipeg, June 26, 2008.
The Route Not Taken (Hugh McFadyen) – January 15, 2008
Hugh McFadyen, Leader of the Official Opposition, Manitoba Progressive Conservative Party, LLP, Breakfast on the Frontier speech, December 17, 2007 in Winnipeg.