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Donner Prize announces finalists for best public policy books

By Shruti Shekar      

Five books have been selected to compete for this year's Donner Prize award for best public policy book by a Canadian author, and Conservative MP Michelle Rempel will be honoured for her contributions to the LGBTQ community.

The five Donner Prize finalists: Charte canadienne et droits linguistiques: Pour en finir avec les mythes, by Frédéric Bérard; Pushing the Limits: How Schools Can Prepare Our Children Today for the Challenges of Tomorrow, by Kelly Gallagher-Mackay and Nancy Steinhauer; Governing Public-Private Partnerships, by Joshua Newman; Too Critical to Fail: How Canada Manages Threats to Critical Infrastructure, by Kevin Quigley, Ben Bisset, and Bryan Mills; and Stumbling Giants: Transforming Canada’s Banks for the Information Age, by Patricia Meredith and James L. Darroch.
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Five finalists have been shortlisted for this year’s 20th anniversary Donner Prize award, which recognizes the best public policy book by a Canadian author. This year’s shortlist was selected from 78 submissions and the winner of the prize will receive $50,000, while the other nominees will each receive $7,500. CTV's Business News Network’s broadcaster Amanda Lang will announce the winner on May 15 at a gala event hosted in Toronto. David Dodge, the jury chair, said in an

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