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The following are papers received to date.
We will continue to add papers as we get them.
Papers are listed in alphabetical order by author's surname.

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Opening Remarks Howard Aster

Choices and Consequences in a Liberal Foreign Policy Lloyd Axworthy

A Choice not an Echo: Sharing North America with the Hyperpower Dr. Thomas S. Axworthy

Social Cohesion and the New Liberalism: How to Move Social Policy from Neutral to Go
Background paper only
Dr. Thomas S. Axworthy

Some Thoughts About A Liberal Legal Culture: Considering Canada's Anti-Terrorism Act, the Constitution and the HR Revolution
Peter L. Biro

The New Liberalism and Canada's Public Service
Sandford Borins, PhD

Parliamentary Reform: Comment in Response to Senator Serge Joyal's Presentation
Helen Burstyn

Some Structures to Think With: Interconnectivity and Network Possibilities Candis Callison

Leadership Now
Background paper only — written December 2001
Deborah Coyne

The Role Of Governmental Effectiveness In A New Liberalism: Bridging Four Key Gaps
Background paper only
C. David Crenna

Comments on Sherri Torjman's Presentation Regarding "The New Liberalism: Ideas and Ideals" C. David Crenna

A "Brand Canada" For The Connected World Wayne Hunt, PhD

Social Cohesion and Nation-Building : The Role of Liberal Values in Connecting Canadians Brooke Jeffrey

Transportation in Canada; Solutions to the Gridlock Chris Jones, D.Phil

Can the System Be Moved? Tom Kent

The Challenge of e-Democracy for Political Parties
Background paper only
Grant Kippen and Gordon Jenkins

Canada Unbound: Redefining Citizenship for a Borderless World Alison Loat, Gord Moodie, Robyn Tingley, Naheed Nenshi, and John McArthur

Commentary on Presentation by Professor Sandford Borins Entitled "The New Liberalism and Canada's Public Service" Elena Mantagaris

Higher Education: Moving on in a Positive Climate Lorna R. Marsden, PhD

Polling Alone: Canadian Values and Liberalism Michael Marzolini
The Case For Kyoto According To The 5 Cs: Competitiveness, Consultations, Credibility, Commitment And Consistency Désirée McGraw
Canada's New Millenium: The Role of the Corporate Sector Michael E.J. Phelps
Canada's Domestic Expatriates: the Urban Aboriginal Population Mark Podlasly
A Liberal View Of Science
Keynote Address
John C. Polanyi
Political Reforms in Canada: Strengthening Representative Government
Background paper only
W.T. Stanbury, John L. Howard,
and Sean Moore

The New Liberalism: Ideas and Ideals Sherri Torjman

Does Canada Have An Innovation Strategy?
Comment on Lorne Marsden's Paper
Kimon Valaskakis, PhD