'A lonely star' The shock of the Princess of Wales’s death is felt around the world, but particularly by Canadians since she was Canada’s princess just as Elizabeth II is Canada’s Queen (“Diana,” Cover, Sept. 8). We can be proud of her accomplishments, most recently her efforts in promoting a ban on land mines.
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