Brian Giesbrecht Senior Fellow Frontier Centre for Public Policy

Why would a responsible government not immediately issue a total ban on something that’s so explicitly dangerous?
Why would a responsible government not immediately issue a total ban on something that’s so explicitly dangerous?

Night hunting has no place in the modern world

By Brian Giesbrecht Senior Fellow Frontier Centre for Public Policy
July 3, 2018 - 10:53am

Night hunting is an incredibly dangerous practice involving high-powered rifles capable of killing over a distance measured in kilometres. People have been killed as a result of this reckless activity and livestock slaughtered. It’s also responsible for an alarming decline in moose in Manitoba.

In the hyper-sensitive world of modern politics, opposition politicians aren't brave enough to talk about critical issues
In the hyper-sensitive world of modern politics, opposition politicians aren't brave enough to talk about critical issues

Canada needs another Diefenbaker

By Brian Giesbrecht Senior Fellow Frontier Centre for Public Policy
April 13, 2018 - 10:16am

In recent years, we’ve seen the children of former strong Canadian leaders enter politics. They don’t have to start at the bottom because of the reputations their fathers forged through the hot steel of Canadian issues such as separatism and free trade.