The Haultain Institute is an independent educational organization dedicated to finding solutions to the structural inequities detrimental to landlocked Canadian provinces.
We envision a renewed, rebalanced, modern Canadian arrangement that is structured fairly for all provinces to maximise our collective and individual potential
To educate and provide options for Prairie Canadians about the elimination of structural unfairness that currently plagues the federation, especially for our landlocked provinces.
Haultain Research Institute focuses on non-partisan and robust research, investigating all avenues that may open the way to fairness and a balanced renewal to benefit Prairie Canadians
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