The Maple Monarchists - Blog: Albert County Museum Jubilee Event: Speeches and a Surprise Announcement

The Albert County Museum held a tree planting and receptionto mark Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee. The event was wellattended and, besides a tipsy flag, went off without a hitch.  Speeches by the Dignitaries There were several invited guests including a representativefrom the provincial government (MLA Mike Holland), Villageof Hillsborough (Mayor

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The Maple Monarchists - Blog: Prince Charles, His Detractors, and the Future of the Monarchy

Prince Charles Prince Charles has been sometimes criticised for the way he expresses his views on matters of personal interest to him such as environmental affairs. However, a monarch being involved in political affairs is hardly something that would doom a constitutional monarchy. Charles’s image is really bound-up with the drama of his two marriages rather than his

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The Maple Monarchists - Blog: Conservative Leadership Candidates and the Monarchy: Leona Alleslev

Once again there is a federal Conservative leadership race underway. As has become my practice I have sent surveys out to all ofthe leadership candidates to get their viewson Canada’s monarchy. The first candidate to get back to me is Leona Alleslev. Mrs. Alleslev is the former MP for Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill, a position she held from 2015-2021. This is her

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The Maple Monarchists - Blog: Failure to issue a medal marking the Platinum Jubilee just the most recent act in a troubling pattern of behavior by this government

On February 17th the Monarchist League of Canada finally received confirmation by the government that no medal would be produced to mark Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee. Now, given the number of people who have went above and beyond during the pandemic (and ought to be honoured in some way) this is not a great decision.

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The Maple Monarchists - Blog: How historical happenstance resulted in the Québécois being ruled by the same monarch they would have had anyways if they had never left France

The Québécois are, as a rule, not fond of the monarchy. Poll after poll bear this out. Its not so much that Québécois dislike  the Queen or, arguably, even the institution of monarchy.  Instead, the monarchy is a convenient symbol of the conquest  of the colony of New France by the British and the subsequent second class

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