Tag Archives for Tom Harris

Canada provides costly lesson to U.S. on reducing coal use

“There is no question that closing down our most reliable and least expensive source of electricity played a major role in reducing Ontario from a once prosperous “have” province within the Canadian federation to now being a “have not” province, … Continue reading

23. April 2014 by Jason Hayes
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OK tornados should not be used as political ammunition

It’s truly grotesque and offensive that people are already trying to score political points from the death and destruction caused by the tornados in Oklahoma. Ezra Levant talks about extreme weather and climate change with Tom Harris of the ICSC … Continue reading

21. May 2013 by Jason Hayes
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Questionable poll results

(Admin note: This article was submitted by invitation and printed with permission of the author. In this article, Tom Harris discusses the questionable findings of a recent Public Policy Forum and Sustainable Prosperity poll on the relative opinions of the … Continue reading

28. February 2011 by Jason Hayes
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