Under union we would advance more rapidly in science and literature, in railroads and telegraphs, in civilization and religion, than we do at present. … We will start in the race of national greatness, and go out to the world as competitors with those who will compete with us. — Francis Hibbard
The Macdonald-Laurier Institute for Public Policy exists to make poor quality public policy unacceptable in Ottawa. We will achieve this goal by proposing thoughtful alternatives to Canadians and their political and opinion leaders through non-partisan and independent research and commentary.