Canada’s World Contributors

Contributors to the Canada’s World Initiative

Simon Fraser University Centre for Dialogue
Simon Fraser University, School for International Studies
The Simons Foundation
The Liu Institute on Global Issues, University of British Columbia
The Munk Centre, University of Toronto
The Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Waterloo
War Child
The Remix Project
World University Services Canada
The Global Youth Fund
Journalists for Human Rights
Le Conseil des Relations Internationales de Montreal
Canadian Policy Research Network
Schools Without Borders
Canadian Foundation for the Americas
Canada Merit Scholarship Foundation

Contributors to Canada’s World Survey 2018

The Environics Institute for Survey Research

The Environics Institute for Survey Research sponsors relevant and original public opinion and social research related to issues of public policy and social change. It is through such research that organizations and individuals can better understand Canada today, how it’s been changing, and where it may be heading.

The Environics Institute for Survey Research

SFU Public Square

SFU Public Square is a signature initiative at Simon Fraser University, designed to spark, nurture and restore community connections, establishes the university as the go-to convener of serious and productive conversations about issues of public concern. More than a single place or program, SFU Public Square assembles the hearts, minds, and talents of diverse communities to promote inclusive, intelligent, and inspiring dialogue.

SFU Public Square

The Canadian International Council

The Canadian International Council is Canada’s foreign relations council. It is an independent, non-partisan membership organization and think tank dedicated to advancing constructive dialogue on Canada’s place in the world and providing an incubator for innovative ideas on how to address the world’s most pressing problems.

The Canadian International Council

The Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History

The Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History promotes the study of recent international events from a historical perspective. We also bring together the world of the scholar and that of the policymaker and practitioner. Its activities include undergraduate and graduate teaching, conferences and public lectures by scholars and policymakers, and publications based on original research.

The Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History