[Aug 2021] A new book crossed my desk a few weeks ago now and I knew it was coming because there were a series of articles are written over a recent years by the Frontier Centre for Public Policy drilling down on certain parts of the Devine government legacy. Devine led the first conservative government since the Depression era.
[Feb 2020] A request to the Fair Deal Panel broaden their scope to find solutions to Alberta's issues. Noting that to solve the largest problem is to revisit the terms of confederation.
see Fair Deal Panel Report at:(https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-Tgb7eAEliFPSzc60R_zyCVgSTVfqGCE/view?usp=sharing)
[Feb 2020] A presentation of Gerard's findings from his paper Redefining Canada's Internal Boundaries at the Meeting the Challenge of Western Separation conference in Red Deer, Alberta.
Pugwash Debates on Cumberland County and Nova Scotia's Fracking Moratorium | Public Presentation (Pugwash, NS) by Gerard Lucyshyn
[Sep 2018] A debate between Gerard Lucyshyn (in favour) and Michael Bradfield (opposed). Sponsored by the Six Rivers Chamber of Commerce and moderated by retired judge Elizabeth Roscoe.
[Jan 2020] Gerard Lucyshyn discusses with Hal Johnson, the historical injustice of denying Alberta and Saskatchewan' tidewater access as promised under confederation. This proposal explores a new and viable solution to this 115 year public problem.
[Nov 2019] Gerard Lucyshyn discusses with Danielle Smith, Alberta and Saskatchewan's problem of tidewater access. Lucyshyn's proposal explores a new and viable solution to solving this 115 year public policy problem.
[Nov 2019] A discussion with Ezra Levant and Gerard Lucyshyn regarding the process of re-drawing internal boundaries in Canada and the historic wrongs and proposed changes to give Alberta and Saskatchewan access to the Pacific Ocean and Hudson's Bay.
The Sharing Economy | Asper International Law Conference (Winnipeg, MB) | Public Presentation by Gerard Lucyshyn
[Dec 2018] The Sharing Economy: A story of creative destruction and the erosion of barriers to entry. It was a most unusual funeral. On April 29, 2017, 20 people walked mournfully through Toronto’s Kensington neighbourhood...
Traditional Business vs. The Sharing Economy, (770 CHQR, Calgary) Rob Breakenridge Interviews Gerard Lucyshyn
[May 2018] Should those running traditional businesses being edged out by sharing economy stalwarts like AirBNB and Uber be getting more consideration for their positions by politicians? Gerard Lucyshyn joins Rob Breakenridge to share some of the results from a new report.
[Apr 2018] Alberta's Economic Future. The Alberta Budget has been delivered with a lot more spending, a deficit, and more debt. Surprising to see the current Alberta government who vowed to diversify away from oil and the Alberta oil sands betting on the price of oil to get Alberta back to a balanced budget by 2023. Reliance on Trans Mountain Pipeline, Heritage Trust Fund, what is the plan to pay off the $96B forecasted debt.
Saskferco: a remarkable story of public investment choice | John Gormley (650 CKOM) Interviews Gerard Lucyshyn
[May 2017] Alberta's Economic Future. The Alberta Budget has been delivered with a lot more spending, a deficit, and more debt. Surprising to see the current Alberta government who vowed to diversify away from oil and the Alberta oil sands betting on the price of oil to get Alberta back to a balanced budget by 2023. Reliance on Trans Mountain Pipeline, Heritage Trust Fund, what is the plan to pay off the $96B forecasted debt.