We are building Canada’s conservative movement – by strengthening the knowledge, skills, ethical foundations, and networks of political practitioners.
WHAT WE DO
The Manning School of Practical Politics trains political participants to strengthen Canadian democracy.
Now in its seventh year, the Manning Networking Conference brings together conservative-oriented thinkers, interest groups, activists, politicians, critics, and students. Our next conference takes place March 5-7, 2015, in Ottawa.
The Manning Foundation brings market-oriented ideas and principles to bear on municipal issues such as affordability, mobility, and public safety.
We commission annual national public opinion surveys on Canadian public attitudes toward major policy issues, including the extent to which Canadians share conservative and other political values. 2014 edition, 2013 edition, 2012 edition, 2011 edition, “The Right in Quebec” (2013)
MANNING CENTRE OR MANNING FOUNDATION?
The Manning Centre is a non-profit corporation that focuses on political, conservative-oriented activities. As such, it is not a registered charity and donations are not eligible for tax receipts. Activities such as research and education, which are classified as charitable, are undertaken by the Manning Foundation – a registered charity.