October 2, 2014

Membership

Your membership is a philanthropic investment in research that seeks to advance systems, structures and policies that support our businesses, and improves the economic and social well-being of all Canadians. Your support of these efforts means a great deal to the Institute.

Membership Contribution Levels:

Corporate Membership»
Institutional Federal/Provincial Subscription»
University/College Membership»
Association Membership»
Individual Membership»
For more information about becoming a member of the Institute, please contact: Justin Caldwell  at 416-865-1904, ext 5429, email [email protected] or fill the form out below.

“The C.D Howe Institute has a longstanding tradition of improving the standard of living for Canadians from coast to coast by fostering sound economic and social policy. Numerous businesses, labour groups, policymakers and the general public have benefited from your research data that is conducted by leading experts in their respective fields.” — Robert Ghiz, Premier of PEI

  • An ability to discuss policy issues with fellow decision makers in a discreet off-the-record forum.
  • Opportunities for consultations and briefings with Institute staff.
  • The opportunity to invite guests to Institute events.
  • Access to our events, staff and research, and the insights on strategic business issues and policy options that come with it.
  • The ability to add people from your organization under your C.D. Howe Institute Membership so they too can enjoy the benefits of membership.
  • Invitations to Policy Roundtables. These off-the-record sessions open with a topical speech from a key public policy figure, followed by an interactive question-and-answer period that provides members with an unequaled opportunity to discuss vital policy issues in a discreet forum.
  • Invitations to Policy Conferences, which bring together Institute members, senior civil servants, academics, and experts to discuss policy development in an off-the-record forum.
  • Invitations to our annual Benefactors Lecture, at which a leading authority presents original and timely analysis of an issue of national importance.
  • Canada’s most influential public policy publications program. Members receive advance copies of Institute publications.
  • Quarterly reports, which allow members to gain a better idea of the Institute’s activities and the impact that they have on Canadian public policy.
  • Access to the “Members only” section of the Institute’s website.
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  • An ability to discuss policy issues with fellow decision makers in a discreet off-the-record forum.
  • Opportunities for consultations and briefings with Institute staff.
  • The opportunity to invite guests to Institute events.
  • Access to our events, staff and research, and the insights on strategic business issues and policy options that come with it.
  • The ability to add people from your organization under your C.D. Howe Institute Subscription so they too can enjoy the benefits of an institutional subscription.
  • Invitations to Policy Roundtables. These off-the-record sessions open with a topical speech from a key public policy figure, followed by an interactive question-and-answer period that provides members with an unequaled opportunity to discuss vital policy issues in a discreet forum.
  • Invitations to Policy Conferences, which bring together Institute members, senior civil servants, academics, and experts to discuss policy development in an off-the-record forum.
  • Invitations to our annual Benefactors Lecture. This eagerly anticipated annual event, at which a leading authority presents original and timely analysis of an issue of national importance.
  • Canada’s most influential public policy publications program. Members receive advance copies of Institute publications.
  • Quarterly reports, which allow members to gain a better idea of the Institute’s activities and the impact that they have on Canadian public policy.
  • Access to the “Members only” section of the Institute’s website.
  • To qualify as a Federal/Provincial subscriber you must be a representative of a federal or provincial government ministry or organization.
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  • An ability to discuss policy issues with fellow decision makers in a discreet off-the-record forum.
  • Opportunities for consultations and briefings with Institute staff.
  • The opportunity to invite guests to Institute events.
  • Access to our events, staff and research, and the insights on strategic business issues and policy options that come with it.
  • The ability to add people from your institution under your C.D. Howe Institute Subscription so they too can enjoy the benefits of a university/college  subscription.
  • Invitations to Policy Roundtables. These off-the-record sessions open with a topical speech from a key public policy figure, followed by an interactive question-and-answer period that provides members with an unequaled opportunity to discuss vital policy issues in a discreet forum.
  • Invitations to Policy Conferences, which bring together Institute members, senior civil servants, academics, and experts to discuss policy development in an off-the-record forum.
  • Invitations to our annual Benefactors Lecture. This eagerly anticipated annual event, at which a leading authority presents original and timely analysis of an issue of national importance.
  • Canada’s most influential public policy publications program. Members receive advance copies of Institute publications.
  • Quarterly reports, which allow members to gain a better idea of the Institute’s activities and the impact that they have on Canadian public policy.
  • Access to the “Members only” section of the Institute’s website.
  • To qualify you must be a representative of a post-secondary educational institution or organization.
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  • An ability to discuss policy issues with fellow decision makers in a discreet off-the-record forum.
  • Opportunities for consultations and briefings with Institute staff.
  • The opportunity to invite guests to Institute events.
  • Access to our events, staff and research, and the insights on strategic business issues and policy options that come with it.
  • The ability to add people from your organization under your C.D. Howe Institute Subscription so they too can enjoy the benefits of an institutional subscription.
  • Invitations to Policy Roundtables. These off-the-record sessions open with a topical speech from a key public policy figure, followed by an interactive question-and-answer period that provides members with an unequaled opportunity to discuss vital policy issues in a discreet forum.
  • Invitations to Policy Conferences, which bring together Institute members, senior civil servants, academics, and experts to discuss policy development in an off-the-record forum.
  • Invitations to our annual Benefactors Lecture. This eagerly anticipated annual event, at which a leading authority presents original and timely analysis of an issue of national importance.
  • Canada’s most influential public policy publications program. Members receive advance copies of Institute publications.
  • Quarterly reports, which allow members to gain a better idea of the Institute’s activities and the impact that they have on Canadian public policy.
  • Access to the “Members only” section of the Institute’s website.
  • To qualify you must be a representative of an association, organization or foundation.
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  • An ability to discuss policy issues with fellow decision makers in a discreet off-the-record forum.
  • Access to our events, staff and research, and the insights on strategic business issues and policy options that come with it.
  • Invitations to Policy Roundtables. These off-the-record sessions open with a topical speech from a key public policy figure, followed by an interactive question-and-answer period that provides members with an unequaled opportunity to discuss vital policy issues in a discreet forum.
  • Invitations to Policy Conferences, which bring together Institute members, senior civil servants, academics, and experts to discuss policy development in an off-the-record forum.
  • Invitations to our annual Benefactors Lecture. This eagerly anticipated annual event, at which a leading authority presents original and timely analysis of an issue of national importance.
  • Canada’s most influential public policy publications program. Members receive advance copies of Institute publications.
  • Quarterly reports, which allow members to gain a better idea of the Institute’s activities and the impact that they have on Canadian public policy.
  • Access to the “Members only” section of the Institute’s website.
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