The Maple Monarchists - Blog: Names & Titles Given to Members of the Royal Family by Canada’s First Nations

The Canadian Monarchy has a long history with the original inhabitants of Canada. And despite the failures of successive elected governments to uphold promises made to these First Nations, the relationship between them and the Royal Family remains strong. One comparatively recent expression of this  relationship is the giving of names by tribes to Royal Family  members.

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The Maple Monarchists - Blog: Prince Reza Pahlavi Addresses a Meeting of Phoenix Project Supporters in Toronto

Prince Reza Pahlavi Earlier this month Prince Reza Pahlavi, claimant to the throne of Iran, addressed a meeting of international academics, scientists,strategists, researchers, artists,authors, entrepreneurs, and otherintellectuals gathered in the City ofToronto. The gathering was ofsupporters of The Phoenix Project​of Iran.   The Phoenix Project contendsthat the 1979 revolution has stunted scientific discovery andtechnological progress

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The Maple Monarchists - Blog: Prince Charles Makes Case For Fighting Climate Change to Donald Trump

Prince Charles Donald Trump’s state visit to the United Kingdom should be winding down by the time this article is posted. It has been an interesting spectacle to watch. The Queen once again proved she can perform as national hostess to whatever guestpays her a visit. And for DonaldTrump’s part he seems to havebrushed up on royal

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The Maple Monarchists - Blog: Candidates in Airdrie-Cochrane on the Canadian Monarchy

Airdrie-Cochrane is just north of Calgary Perhaps it is because I lived in Alberta a number of years ago or maybe it is because I still have family living there ​but I find it very easy to get dragged into their political discussions. The recent Alberta election  has not been any different. And, as is my tradition, I began surveying various candidates on where they stand on

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The Maple Monarchists - Blog: That Time Economists Apologized to the Queen for the 2008 Financial Crisis

In November of 2008 Her Majesty wasvisiting the London School of Economics.The financial crisis was well underway andthe Queen took the opportunity to posea question about the scale of the disasterthat everyone had been thinking; “If thesethings were so large, how come everyonemissed them?” It was a fair question that​deserved

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The Maple Monarchists - Blog: Jody Wilson-Raybould Demonstrates Nobility in SNC-Lavalin Scandal

Jody Wilson-Raybould Jody Wilson-Raybould is the Member ofParliament for Vancouver Granville, formerAttorney General of Canada, daughter ofhereditary chief Bill Wilson, and Matriarchof the Wewaikai First Nation in her ownright. In recent weeks she has been a keyplayer in understanding the details ofattempts made by individuals in the PrimeMinister’s Office to pressure

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