1990 - 1999

DATE PUBLISHED WORK DOWNLOAD
1999
Accomodating the New West
1999
An Alternative Vote: An Electoral System for Canada
1999
From Riel to Reform: Understanding Western Canada
28/12/1999
Let’s Hear It For Reform
03/12/1999
Clark Rolls the Dice in Calgary Centre
04/11/1999
Dangerous to Your Health
07/10/1999
The Marshall Ruling Puts Western Canada’s Economy in Jeopardy
09/09/1999
The Ladies of the Calgary Seven
12/08/1999
Man Overboard: Jake Hoeppner’s Ouster Makes it Five and Counting
15/07/1999
Reinventing the Asylum
17/06/1999
Eugenics Goes to the Movies
01/06/1999
We Will Always Fight the Blatant Abuse of Speech Rights
20/05/1999
Human Rights and Freedom of the Press
22/04/1999
Re-founding the Reform Party
22/10/1999
Nigsa’a, the Sequel: Coming Soon Near You
23/11/1999
Comments on Proposed Nigsa’a Treaty
1998
Conservative Politics in Canada: Past, Present and Future
1998
Game Theory and Professional Baseball: Mixed Strategy Models
1998
Hugh Richardson
1998
The Alternative Vote: An Electorial System for Canada
1998
The Inherent Problems of Aboriginal Self-Government
1998
The Last Immigrants
31/12/1998
Social Services that Work
03/12/1998
Climbing Out of Debt
05/11/1998
To Call Leaders to Account
05/10/1998
Do You Want VLT’s? Yes or No?
10/09/1998
Homes on Native Land
13/08/1998
One Day, We May Elect our Senators
16/07/1998
If This School Neglects You, Try This One
18/06/1998
Behold Preston Agonistes
21/05/1998
In Praise of Single-Issue Politics
23/04/1998
Tactics of the Lubicon
26/03/1998
To Protect Property Rights
26/02/1998
The Political Power of the West
29/01/1998
The Drive to Rehabilitate Louis Riel
01/01/1998
The Calgary Declaration in 1998
24/08/1998
Ruling Tells Politicians to Solve it Themselves
07/04/1998
Indian Bands Unwise to Give Public Money to Political Parties
30/05/1998
Crucial Step in Wrong Direction
07/03/1998
Reform Needs Coherent Policy
26/01/1998
Are We Really Quite Certain We Want to Sanctify Louis Riel
1997
An Unworkable Vision of Self-Government
1997
Canada and Quebec: Where are we now?
1997
Our Benign Dictatorship
1997
The Staying Power of the Legislative Status Quo: Collective Choice in Canada's Parliament After Morgentaler
04/12/1997
The Discipline of Answering to Taxpayers
06/11/1997
The CPP is Gouging Alberta
09/10/1997
Reform at the Rubicon
11/09/1997
Killing with Kindness
10/12/1997
Treaty Talk Missed The Mark
13/09/1997
Dear Premiers…It’s Time to Oppose-Not Appease-Separatism
07/06/1997
On the Pathway to Power
31/05/1997
Patriot Games
03/05/1997
Neo-Cons and the Theo-Cons
08/02/1997
Universal Truths of Politics and Economics Should Apply
1997
Libertarians Miss Holistic Nature of Society
07/02/1997
Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples: Vision of Native Self-Government Blind to Reality
1996
Aboriginal Title
1996
Amending the Canadian Constitution: A Mathematical Analysis
1996
Playing Constitutional Games
1996
Should a Supermajority be Required in a Referendum on Separation
28/09/1996
Preston’s Perks
18/03/1996
MPs Flounder in Policy Vacuum: Radical Ideas Fill Void in Reform's Social Policy
1995
On the Trail of the Massinahican: Louis Riel's Encounter with Theosophy
1995
The Politics of the Millennium
1995
The Reform Party
06/01/1995
Political Correctness, Ontario Style
25/12/1995
How The Clever People Manage our Lives
29/10/1995
What if it’s YES?
23/10/1995
Why Blacks Remain in Social Degradation
26/09/1995
Leaders Missing Meaning of Vote
22/05/1995
Ten Reasons Why It’s Absurd to Call the Reform Part a ‘Failure’
1994
Invasion from the Right: The Reform Party in the 1993 Canadian Election
1994
Metis Land Grants in Manitoba: A Statistical Study
1994
Native Sovereignty: Does Anyone Really Want An Aboriginal Archipelago
1994
Political Correctness Ottawa Style
1994
Preston Manning and Quebec
27/11/1994
Don't Confuse New Biography With History
15/09/1994
From the Ivory Tower: Stick to the Curved and Twisting Path
22/08/1994
Can Indians Survive as ‘Cultural Nations’?
1993
A Question of Identity: Canada's Ukranians and Multiculturalsim
06/12/1993
Pierre Gives Historians the Familiar Finger
1992
Aboriginal land Claims in the Prairie Provinces
1992
Adhesion to Canadian Indian Treaties and the Lubicon Lake Dispute
1992
Introduction to GFG Stanley's the Birth of Western Canada
1992
Louis Riel: Canadian Historical Association Historical Pamphlet
1992
The Lubicon Land Dispute
15/07/1992
Reform Language Policy Aims to be Fair
1991
From Social Credit to Social Conservatism: The Evolution of an Ideology
1991
Louis Riel's Land Claims
1991
Metis Land Claims in Manitoba
1991
Native Peoples and Lockean Philosophy: Land Claims and Self-Government
1991
The Market for Metis Lands in Manitoba
1990
Some Factors Bearing on the Origin of the Lubicon Lake Dispue
1990
The Black Muslims and the Fall of America: An Interpretation Based on the Failure of Prophecy
1990
The History of Metis Aboriginal Rights: Politics, Principle, and Policy