As many Canadians as possible should see the King and Queen; the King and Queen should see as much of Canadian life as possible—these are the cardinal principles which have governed organization of the Royal TourBy GRANT DEXTER11 min
SOME fourteen months ago I had the honor of being presented to the Queen at the house of Lady Maureen Stanley. There were half a dozen of us there, and the Queen, sitting on a sofa, talked to each of us in turn. It was all completely informal and human.By Beverley Baxter11 min
THE French Canadian, since he is predominantly of Norman extraction, will feel he is once again a subject of the Duke of Normandy, one of the titles of His Majesty (the one, as a matter of fact, by virtue of which he still reigns over the Channel Islands), a title which owes nothing in seniority and precedence to that of King.By LESLIE ROBERTS11 min
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