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Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women popular

The Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women (CRIAW) is a research institute that seeks to facilitate the advancement of social justice and equality for all women. CRIAW recognizes that women have diverse experiences and perspectives; accordingly, the Institute creates opportunities for women to expand their knowledge base while it decreasing any regional isolation they may experience. Communication links between and among researchers and organizations actively work to promote social justice and equality for all women.
http://www.criaw-icref.ca

Citizens for Public Justice popular

The mission of Citizens for Public Justice (CPJ) is to promote public justice in Canada through the organization’s involvement in important public policy debates, as well as research and analysis, publishing, and public dialogue. CPJ has established guidelines based on an awareness of human dignity; mutual responsibility; economic equity; social justice; environmental integrity; and, fiscal fairness.
http://cpj.ca

National Citizens Coalition popular

The National Citizen’s Coalition believes in free enterprise, individual freedom, and personal responsibility. It is an advocacy group that speaks to citizens rather than politicians and bureaucrats.
http://www.morefreedom.org

The Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation

The Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation, an independent Canadian grant-making foundation, is committed to the development of sound and innovative public policies.
http://www.gordonfn.org

Water Sustainability Project

The mandate of the Water Sustainability Project is to promote demand management for water as part of the larger goal of sustainable water management.
http://www.waterdsm.org