Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Delegitimation of the Crown of Canada: Paul Heinbecker’s Argument Against Constitutional Monarchy

The Crown Hurts Diplomacy? Paul Heinbecker, a former Canadian diplomat and now the Director of Global Relations at Wilfrid Laurier University, contributed a column to the Globe and Mail entitled “The Monarchy Hurts Canada’s Standing in the World. It’s Time … Continue reading

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From Dominion Day to Canada Day: From Historical Significance To Banality

I have since turned this blog entry into an article in The Dorchester Review, which you can read here: Bowden (2015) 1951: The Death of the Dominion History of the “Dominion” of Canada The re-organization of three British North American Crown … Continue reading

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