Foreign News: Isn't It Wonderful?

Last week King George and Queen Elizabeth left Toronto and the long-settled Europeanized East of Canada for the dark forests, sparkling lakes, limitless plains and rugged mountains of the West and purely American Canada. But the welcome they received, whether in small towns or cities, was, if anything, more sincere, more enthusiastic than they had previously experienced. As the royal party rolled across the country, there rose a militant nationalism, a recognition that the British monarchy is as much Canadian as British. All this must have been gratifying to the King and Queen,...

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