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WATERLOO — You know of two partnerships at the Centre for International Governance Innovation.
One is with Wilfrid Laurier University. The other is with the University of Waterloo.
But the think-tank, which opened its new $66-million dollar Erb Street campus with a K’naan concert on Friday, is cooking up a third partnership with a yet-to-be named school.
“We certainly have one deep in the works,” said CIGI founder and chair Jim Balsillie in a rare news conference appearance following the invitation-only courtyard concert by the Juno-winning pop singer on the former site of an old distillery.
“Certainly one and, who knows, maybe more.”