FILE In this Oct. 10, 1964 photo, Queen Elizabeth II addresses the Provincial legislature of Quebec in both French and English in Quebec. Prince Philip is seated at right. Decades have passed since ... more 
FILE In this Oct. 10, 1964 photo, Queen Elizabeth II addresses the Provincial legislature of Quebec in both French and English in Quebec. Prince Philip is seated at right. Decades have passed since Canadians replaced "God Save the Queen" with "O Canada," but royalty-lovers are in for a thrill Thursday, June 30, 2011, when Prince William and his bride come visiting. Those who leaf through the country's updated citizenship guide will find the oath of allegiance to Queen Elizabeth II is now at the front. The pamphlet is a reflection of something deeper , Prime Minister Stephen Harper's ambition to foster a conservative national identity in which the royal connection plays a key role. (AP Photo) less 
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Tue, Jun 28, 2011 1:41 PM EDT