Strategic Communications

Jonathon Van Maren

  • T: (613) 221-5895
  • F: (343) 888-2619
  • E: jonathon@acaciagroup.ca

About

Jonathon Van Maren is a communications consultant in our Strategic Communications division.

Jonathon is a public speaker, writer, and activist. He has served for more than ten years as communications director at the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform, a national pro-life organization. He has delivered speeches and lectures on a wide range of cultural issues in Canada, the United States, and across Europe. His work has appeared in First Things, National Review, The American Conservative, Christianity Today, the National Post, and he is a contributing editor at The European Conservative, one of Europe’s premier journals of politics and culture.

Jonathon Van Maren is the author of several books including The Culture War, Seeing is Believing, A Guide to Discussing Assisted Suicide, and most recently Patriots: The Untold Story of Ireland’s Pro-Life Movement. His biography of Canadian journalist and political icon Ted Byfield will be published soon. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Simon Fraser University.

Expertise

Details

Practice Areas:

Strategic Communications
Media Training
Crisis Management

The Terms of Your Service, The American Conservative, 2022

Malcolm Muggeridge, Lifelong Seeker, The European Conservative, 2022

Let Freedom Honk, The American Conservative, 2022

Christopher Hitchens: Disbelief—but Not as We Know It, The European Conservative, 2022

Son of Solzhenitsyn, First Things, 2021

Silent Night: The Christmas Truce of 1914, The European Conservative, 2021

Expertise

Practice Areas:

Strategic Communications
Media Training
Crisis Management

Details

The Terms of Your Service, The American Conservative, 2022

Malcolm Muggeridge, Lifelong Seeker, The European Conservative, 2022

Let Freedom Honk, The American Conservative, 2022

Christopher Hitchens: Disbelief—but Not as We Know It, The European Conservative, 2022

Son of Solzhenitsyn, First Things, 2021

Silent Night: The Christmas Truce of 1914, The European Conservative, 2021