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Bring on the Queen for Throne Speech

During Her Majesty's silver jubilee of 1977, Queen Elizabeth II opened her Canadian Parliament giving the Speech from the Canadian Throne. This most important constitutional act brings together the very three things that form Canada's constitutional monarchy: our sovereign the Queen, Parliamentarians, and the Queen's Canadian subjects, which is what the Fathers of Confederation wanted for the Dominion of Canada. How fitting it would be for the Queen of Canada, Elizabeth II who is the constitutional Head of State, to perform this constitutional act again, in October for her golden jubilee year 2002. God bless our constitutional monarchy and God save our gracious and noble Queen!

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Bring on the Queen for Throne Speech

During Her Majesty's silver jubilee of 1977, Queen Elizabeth II opened her Canadian Parliament giving the Speech from the Canadian Throne. This most important constitutional act brings together the very three things that form Canada's constitutional monarchy: our sovereign the Queen, Parliamentarians, and the Queen's Canadian subjects, which is what the Fathers of Confederation wanted for the Dominion of Canada. How fitting it would be for the Queen of Canada, Elizabeth II who is the constitutional Head of State, to perform this constitutional act again, in October for her golden jubilee year 2002. God bless our constitutional monarchy and God save our gracious and noble Queen!

  

Parliamentary Calendar
Monday, April 21, 2014
HILL LIFE & PEOPLE SLIDESHOWS
ITK's 'A Taste of the Arctic' shindig on April 7, Ottawa, photographs by Cynthia Münster April 14, 2014

The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
A happy crowd at ITK's 'Taste of Arctic' at the NAC gathers for a picture. The annual event, held in Ottawa by the Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, is meant showcase Inuit culture. Some 350 attend the party, including a number of MPs, Senators, Cabinet minister, lobbyists and journalists.
The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
National Inuit Leader and ITK President Terry Audla shows off his seal vest to Employment Minister Jason Kenney.
The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
Environics' Meredith Taylor and Greg MacEachern with ITK's Stephen Hendrie.
The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
Justice Minister Peter MacKay, his son Kian, and ITK president Terry Audla.
The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
ITK president Terry Audla and Abbas Rana, assistant deputy editor at The Hill Times and Party Central columnist.
The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
Labour Minister Kellie Leitch, ITK President Terry Audla, Laureen Harper, and local Ottawa photographer Michelle Valberg.
The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
ITK President Terry Audla and Labour Minister Kellie Leitch.
The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
A platter of smoked fish.
The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
Conservative MP Colin Carrie.
The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
Seal hash martinis.
The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
NDP MP Dennis Bevington, who represents the Western Arctic, N.W.T., and Chris Farris.
The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
ITK President and National Inuit Leader Terry Audla.
The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
Beatrice Dear entertains the crowd.

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