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Happy Birthday Monarchist League! February 23, 2010

Posted by J. Hawkes in Branch Business, News.
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A note from the Dominion Chairman

Today is Founding Day, a special milestone as it marks the 40th Anniversary of the League’s existence.
Brought to life in 1970 at least partly in reaction to the perceived republican direction of the Trudeau government, the League has developed a respected place as the source of reliable information and informed opinion about the Canadian Crown, capable of effectively galvanizing public opinion when matters of controversy arise, as well as of undertaking the day-to-day work of educating our fellow citizens about the central role of the Constitutional Monarchy within Canada’s core democratic institutions. The first Loyal Society to have an Internet presence, the League continues to harness modern approaches to its cause, including social networking media, while also circulating its substantial and unique periodical, Canadian Monarchist News, and other print material.
Let us all celebrate this happy day, while we remember past victories, consider how to build our present organization and prepare to tackle work yet undone with renewed dedication and that commitment that has always characterized our fellowship.
God Save The Queen !
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1. himyaosui2 - March 1, 2010

(1) If China’s emperor in exile, living in the U.S., and his family wanted to join the Monarchist League, out of Great Britain, would they be allowed to do so?

(2) My best to everyone in Canada. I was a visitor to your country about 15 years ago. I enjoyed my stay and had a wondeful time in Canada.

Yours,

HIM Yao Sui, officially Emperor of China
http://himyaosui.wordpress.com


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