An "updated monarchy", kind'a like "the latest in gramaphone technology". Pa-leez. Considering that the most of the countries will ditch the monarchy after Elizabeth Windsor dies, what's the point?
I put about as much stock in this prophecy as I do in the words of Harold Camping. For one, it will be virtually impossible for Canada to remove the Crown.
But that's the form of government you have. The "Crown's" powers are exercised by the PM,
The Crown's powers are exercised only by the Crown on advice of the people's representatives. No elected Prime Minister has the authority to sign bills into law, to appoint senators/judges, or use any other powers reserved for the Crown. The issue is whether or not the Crown is using the powers given it to serve the people and oppose politicians where necessary.
these powers should not be the excercised by the PM acting in the name of an unelected "monarch".
Rather, the Crown should not blindly follow the whims of their ministers, but ensure that all actions taken are in the best interests of the people. I have seen no evidence that, if the Crown was replaced with an elected president, Canada would see an improvement in government. Given your history of opposing the monarchy, I would like to see you make a positive case for another system of government.