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 ademics, 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 andtechnologil progress

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nadian Dimension: B.C. Green’s anti-worker biases expose the party’s contradictions on climate change

Photo by Arnold Lim After making vague promises in its 2017 election platform to “modernize” provincial labour standards, the British Columbia Green Party recently blocked two important reforms to the province’s labour code, showing that, in practice, nada’s mainstream Green movement harbours anti-worker biases that negatively impact the struggle against

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Half an Hour: The Failure of Reason

During yesterday’s Future Trends Forum conversation featuring Kathleen Fitzpatrick – the author of Generous Thinking and proponent of reasoned debate between opposing parties – I asked a question that went roughly along the following lines: What if reason is what’s at fault here? We don’t use reason to arrive at

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Warren Kinsella: About that new CPC spot

It’s good, but: ? it tries to cover too many subjects in too few seconds ? it’s pretty busy, visually I think there’s enough stuff here for three different spots: the Liberals abandoning ship, the sndals, and the mistreatment of women. It’s that last one that deserves its own spot.

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