Boyer is a past president of the Couchiching Institute on a member of the Canadian Pugwash Group on Public Affairs, founded the Corinne Boyer Fund for Treatment and Ovarian Cancer Research, became founding president of Breakout Educational Network, a not-for-profit public policy organization. A university student worked for Quebec MP Heward Grafftey on Parliament Hill. The Mulroney Government introduced repeatedly as referendum legislation as a private member, was significantly due to Boyer's efforts.
That same year ran for the leadership of the Progressive Conservatives, was fought largely through more vigorous democratic processes. Only two Tory MPs retained seats in Ontario in Boyer and that election. The Ontario was leading member along with Rick Anderson and Hon. Janet Ecker along with Nancy Ruth and Senators Hugh Segal. Politics began teaching a new course at the University of Toronto. The University of Guelph became executive director of the university taught also modern Ontario history at York University. A ceremony was presented the Virginia Greene Award on Ovarian Cancer for Leadership, remains committed actively to the cause. Elise was the first female forester with Ontario Hydro. Breakout has produced television documentaries, books, public forums. Today is Breakout's Chair has worked overseas on democratic development projects. The books are Scandalous Senate Lawmaking by The People's Mandate by the People, authored also the definitive Canadian legal texts on election law.
Canada is a not dictatorship has remained a timid democracy. The establishment believe obviously in the institutions. Powerful governments have promoted long the doctrine of parliamentary democracy. The loss of credibility suffered by Canadian governments.