A leading thinker at one of Canada’s most influential public policy schools is marking the Macdonald-Laurier Institute’s fifth anniversary celebrations with praise for our contributions to thought leadership in Canada.
“The Macdonald-Laurier Institute has breathed life into Canada’s public policy debate”, says Dale Eisler, a senior fellow at the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy. “It brings together the voices and insights that frame the complexities and challenges facing Canada in the 21st century”.
“The Macdonald-Laurier Institute is where the key policy issues facing Canada are discussed and debated. It’s the place where the views, opinions and analysis that reflect the nation are heard, bringing clarity, understanding and appreciation of the challenges at the core of public life in Canada”.
Throughout 2015, MLI is marking five years of true north in Canadian public policy by celebrating its unique contributions to thought leadership in Canada.
This includes our work on fixing Canadian health care, unmasking the true impact of “social licence” claims over natural resource projects, explaining why balanced budgets matter and our work on Aboriginal prosperity.
For all of the details of MLI’s celebrations, check out our fifth anniversary page.