FCPP

Frontier Centre for Public Policy

Frontier Centre for Public Policy (FCPP)

 Background

The Frontier Centre for Public Policy describes itself as “an independent, western Canada based public policy 'think tank' with offices in Winnipeg, Regina and Calgary.” FCPP attained status as an “educational charity” in April, 1999. [1]

Lawrence Solomon

Lawrence Solomon

 Credentials

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 Background

Lawrence Solomon is a columnist with The Financial Post, the National Post (Toronto) and has been a columnist for the Globe and Mail (Toronto) a contributor to the Wall Street Journal, and the editor and publisher of The Next City magazine.

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Fri, 2009-01-30 12:09Richard Littlemore
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A Tardy Canadian Tackles An Inconvenient Truth

More Gore-Bashing

The neo-con Frontier Centre for Public Policy, long a promoter of oil-sponsored deniers of climate change, has produced a new “background paper” that challenges the showing of An Inconvenient Truth in Canadian schools on the basis of a 15-month-old UK Court decision.

The report, written by high school social studies teacher and Steinbach, Manitoba city councillor Michael Zwaagstra, declares that “there is no demonstrable causal relationship between the CO2 record and the temperature record at any point in earth’s history,” and goes on to complain that Gore’s movie (which presents this information rather more accurately) should therefore only be allowed into Canadian schools with a stern warning to students.

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