Breakout Educational Network is a charitable educational organization created in 1994 whose mandate is to create “Policy You Can See”.
Our mission is to conduct research and produce materials that educate Canadians on matters of public policy, and to disseminate our findings to the largest possible audience. The use of television and computer technology to reach a broad public is a unique blend of research and popular accessibility.
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A hundred years ago this year, a military training program was launched at McGill University to help students develop the initiative, self-discipline, and sense of citizenship they would need to become leaders in the military, business and politics. In due course, the program spread across the country. At its height in the mid-1950s, it had approximately 3000 officer cadets undergoing training in some 60 reserve units at 35 universities…