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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Alberta Politics: Will students learn ‘financial literacy’ or corporate propaganda from Alberta’s $5M curriculum ‘investment’? 

There’s nothing wrong with a little financial education, but is that what Alberta students will be getting from the grade school “financial literacy” program Alberta Education Minister Adriana LaGrange announced at a news conference yesterday? Alberta Teachers Association President Jason Schilling (Photo: David J. Climenhaga). Ms. LaGrange said the United

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Accidental Deliberations: Sunday Afternoon Links

This and that for your Sunday reading. – Beatrice Adler-Bolton discusses how the U.S.’ debate over the most basic of COVID-19 protections reflects fundamental choices as to whether people should have even the slightest respect for each others’ health and well-being. Glen Pearson notes that a (however unjustifiable) willingness to

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Accidental Deliberations: Friday Morning Links

Assorted content to end your week. – George Monbiot writes that rhetoric about “learning to live with it” has become the go-to excuse to allow preventable tragedies – including the COVID pandemic and the deepening climate crisis – to go unaddressed. Joe Vipond, Kashif Perzada and Malgorzata Gasperowicz argue that

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