three years since I last surveyed
the prospective leaders of the
Conservative Party of Canada. As
in 2017 there is a large number of
candidates. Also, like 2017, there is
a second race later in the year for
a different federal party (this time
it is the Greens). I am sending an
expanded list of questions this
1. What are your views on the monarchy?
2. As prime minister would you make use of the Advisory Committee on Vice-Regal
Appointments that was active between 2010 and 2015?
3. During the previous parliament the government cancelled a program that
mailed physical copies of the Queen's portrait to any Canadian who asked free of
charge. Would you restore this program?
4. The government also removed the Queen's portrait from the lobby of the Foreign
Affairs Office and replaced it with paintings by Alfred Pallen. Would you find a
way to have both paintings and portrait share the ample wall space of the Foreign
Affairs Office lobby?
were sent. While I appreciate promptness in this instance it is
because he didn't have to think the questions over very hard:
should answer your
questions. I am afraid we
are at odds on this issue.
Best wishes, Aron"
As Mr. Seal has not held
public office the Hansard
cannot be checked for any
However, he has tweeted
a similar sentiment at
least once before.
Overall, a disappointing
start to this overview of
the candidates as the last
one found none of the
contenders harbored any
Both the sentiments
expressed (and factual
errors in his tweets) do
not leave me with much to
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