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The Fraser Institute offers several innovative programs and initiatives that encourage improvement and honour achievements.

 

Raymond Addington

Addington Centre for Measurement

Named for the late Raymond Addington, former chairman of the Fraser Institute Board of Trustees, the Addington Centre for the Study of Measurement was established in 2008. The Centre commemorates Mr. Addington by awarding the annual Addington Prize to a person or team who has researched a new, interesting, and important concept in public policy, exemplifying the Fraser Institute’s motto: If it matters, measure it.

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Compare School Rankings

Compare School Rankings

Compare School Rankings website provides detailed reports on how each school is doing in academics compared to other ranked schools. It also shows whether the school’s results are improving, declining, or just staying steady over the most recent five years. The Fraser Institute ranks schools using objective, publicly-available data such as average scores on province-wide tests. Rankings are done for Alberta Elementary and High Schools, British Columbia Elementary and Secondary Schools, Ontario Elementary and Secondary Schools, and Quebec Secondary Schools.

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Essential Hayek

Essential Hayek

Nobel laureate economist Friedrich Hayek (1899 – 1992) is one of the most influential thinkers of the 20th century and his work still resonates with economists and scholars around the world today. Two decades after Hayek’s death, his ideas are increasingly relevant in an era where governments grow ever larger and more interventionist. Essential Hayek is a project of the Fraser Institute, comprised of a book, this website, and several videos, that aim to explain Hayek’s ideas in common, every-day language. It is a resource for all who value liberty.

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Fraser Institute Founders' Award

Fraser Institute Founders' Award

The Fraser Institute Founders’ Award, named after founders T. Patrick Boyle and Michael A. Walker, is the Institute’s highest honour. The award is presented annually to individuals in recognition of their exceptional entrepreneurial achievements, generous philanthropic endeavors and dedication to competitive markets. These individuals are role models for the next generation of entrepreneurs and leaders.

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Fraser Institute Foundation

Fraser Legacy

The Fraser Institute Foundation works with donors, families, and advisors to facilitate planned giving in support of the Fraser Institute, Canada's leading public policy think-tank. Gifts to the Fraser Institute Foundation ensure the ongoing research and education programs produced by the Fraser Institute will continue to benefit Canadians for generations to come.

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Free the World

Free the World

Free the World is the Fraser Institute’s website devoted to its economic freedom project. The site contains an archive of economic freedom research reports, data, and other activities including meetings, events, and sub-regional reports and activities. Economic freedom has been shown in numerous peer-reviewed studies to promote prosperity and other positive outcomes. It is a necessary condition for democratic development. It liberates people from dependence on government in a planned economy, and allows them to make their own economic and political choices. 

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Mining Facts

Mining Facts

MiningFacts.org is a resource for Canadian mining information, offering timely research and articles that examine the economic, environmental, and social impacts of mining in Canada and around the world. Written for a general audience, MiningFacts.org provides evidence-based information for a balanced consideration of the global mining debate.

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Troubled Waters for the Canadian Economy

Troubled Waters for the Canadian Economy

As Canadians start to worry more about the state of our economy, the Fraser Institute has assembled a series of studies and op-eds by our researchers that clarify many of the underlying policy problems that continue to encumber our economy. Resolving or even just improving these many policy-based problems that range from higher taxes, larger government, rising deficits and debt, land claim uncertainty, and policies impeding resource development offer the opportunity to improve our economic performance in a challenging economic environment.

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