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The Carlisle Institute is a progressive think tank established in 2010. Its role is to bridge the political divide between the political traditions, the intellectual divisions between academia and the policy making establishment and the cultural divide between government and civil society. Carlisle is primarily a research institute, aiming to provide innovative and credible and pragmatic policy solutions. Carlisle’s research work is supported by hosting events to allow for the questions its research poses, and the methods it uses to be available to the public. As a public institution, Carlisle works with the media to communicate how democratic participation and economic and environmental sustainability are best served when knowledge is made transparent and accountable.

Leaders without illusions
Telegraph-Journal
July 6, 2011

Breakfast series speaker urges business leaders to let the world know what they're doing
Telegraph-Journal
December 20, 2010

Single national regulator would hurt high-growth firms, executives told
Telegraph-Journal
December 16, 2010

New Brunswick competitiveness event with CATA President John Reid and Premier David Alward
Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATA)
December 13, 2010

Pierre Lortie will make the keynote address Wednesday at CEO Breakfast Series in Fredericton
Telegraph-Journal
December 11, 2010

ICT, R&D represent 9,000 jobs in 200 companies
Association of University Research Parks
August 15, 2010

L'Institut Carlisle veut que le N.-B. s'ouvre sur le monde
L'Étoile
le jeudi 6 mai 2010

Think tank aims to help province meet challenges
Telegraph-Journal
April 27, 2010

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