Books on the relationship between the Crown and Canada
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A thread to discuss books on the relationship
between the Crown and Canada
"The Secret of the Crown: Canada's Affair with Royalty" by John Fraser (2012)
This book will be of interest to Canadians and anyone who wants to learn more about the crown in Canada
The Diamond Jubilee Book Reviews 3: The Secret of the Crown: Canada’s Affair With Royalty by John Fraser | Carolyn Harris: Royal Historian
"The Secret of the Crown: Canada's Affair With Royalty"
publisher: House of Anansi, 2012
304 pages, 32p of plates, col ill.
Hardcover and eBook
"Award-winning journalist, author, and royal authority John Fraser explores the endurance and allure of the Crown in Canada. With his trademark wit and artful agility, Fraser looks at the Crown's evolution from the Age of Deference to the era of celebrity to the present popular revival. He examines the differences between tribal monarchy and constitutional monarchy, the key roles of the governor general and the lieutenant governor, and the media's insatiable appetite for the Royal Family. Finally, he speculates on the future reign of Charles, Prince of Wales, and pays homage to Queen Elizabeth II on her Diamond Jubilee. Erudite and highly entertaining, The Secret of the Crown offers a captivating appraisal of Canada's long-standing affair with royalty. This volume includes a lavish 32-page photo insert to create a spectacular visual history of the once and future crown."
John Fraser, CM, is a Canadian journalist, author, and academic, who has served as Master of Massey College at University of Toronto since 1995. As a journalist, he has received multiple national awards, and his work has been published in many of the leading international newspapers and magazines, including the New York Times, Washington Post, Christian Science Monitor, Maclean's, the Guardian, the Daily Telegraph, Paris Match, and New Republic. He is the author of six works of nonfiction and one novel. In 2011, he was appointed as a member of the Order of Canada.
reproduced for promotional purposes
"The Evolving Canadian Crown" edited by Jennifer Smith and D. Michael Jackson
Another interesting book on the monarchy in Canada
The Diamond Jubilee Book Reviews 4: The Evolving Canadian Crown edited by Jennifer Smith and D. Michael Jackson | Carolyn Harris: Royal Historian
Here's my latest Crown and Canada book review
The Diamond Jubilee Book Reviews 5: Canada’s Constitutional Monarchy by Nathan Tidridge | Carolyn Harris: Royal Historian
"Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, Father of the Canadian Crown" by Nathan Tidridge
An excellent biography of Queen Victoria's father, the Duke of Kent, focusing on his years in British North America
Prince Edward, Duke of Kent: Father of the Canadian Crown by Nathan Tidridge (Review) | Carolyn Harris: Royal Historian
The Crown and Canada
The Crown and Canadian Federalism by D. Michael Jackson
Excellent new book on the role of the crown in Canadian history and politics
The Crown and Canadian Federalism by D. Michael Jackson (Review) | Carolyn Harris: Royal Historian
Canada and the Crown: Essays in Constitutional Monarchy
New book on the Crown in Canada now available for pre-order. I contributed a chapter about "Princess Louise, Lord Lorne and the Emergence of the Canadian Crown"
Canada and the Crown: Essays On Constitutional Monarchy Now Available For Pre-Order | Carolyn Harris: Royal Historian
The Quebecois are up to their old [tedious] shenanigans..
The case opens today -
Royal succession law faces challenge in Quebec court
Its not going anywhere lol. Even the people bringing the case know it has no hope, he was on the radio earlier this week and said as much but Quebec does this ever couple of decades or so.
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