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Today's letters: The Monarchy is an essential part of Canada


This week letters editor Paul Russell asked readers: “Do the Windsors have a future in Canada?” By approximately a three-to-one margin, readers said “Yes.”

Royals connect us to our past

— The monarchy links us to our past, looks to the future, connects outwards to the Commonwealth. It celebrates our British heritage, which gave us continuity, stability, the rule of law, parliamentary democracy, freedom of speech, from arbitrary arrest, equality before the law, our judicial and commercial systems. Canada without the monarchy would be a lesser place. Desmond Scotchmer, Toronto. Full Story


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