Two Graham Centre publications have been included in the 2017 list of the hundred top political books sponsored by the weekly newspaper The Hill Times. Number six on the list is Elizabeth Riddell Dixon's Breaking the Ice: Canada, Sovereignty, and the Arctic Extended Continental Shelf. This volume was published in the Contemporary Canadian Issues Series, published by the Centre with Dundurn Press, and edited by John English and Jack Cunningham. Number fifty on the list is Patrice Dutil's Prime Ministerial Power in Canada: Its Origins under Macdonald, Laurier, and Borden. published by the University of British Columbia Press as part of the C.D. Howe Series in Canadian Political History. This series is sponsored by the C.D. Howe Memorial Foundation and the Graham Centre, and edited by Robert Bothwell and John English.
The list also includes Darryl Raymaker's Trudeau's Tango: Alberta Meets Pierre Elliott Trudeau; Mike's World: Lester B. Pearson and Canadian External Affairs, edited by Asa McKercher and Galen Roger Perras; Trudeau's World: Insiders Reflect on Foreign Policy, Trade, and Defence, 1968-84, by Robert Bothwell and J.L. Granatstein; William Kaplan's Why Dissent Matters: Because Some People See Things the Rest of Us Miss; and Patrick Boyer's Foreign Voices in the House: A Century of Addresses to Canada's Parliament by Foreign Leaders. All were launched by the Graham Centre as part of our Books That Matter series.