Members of Parliament of all political stripes paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II in a special sitting at the House of Commons on Sept. 15 in honour of her life and legacy.
The special session, which precedes the opening of the fall sitting on Sept. 20, commemorates the Queen and marks the accession to the throne of King Charles III.
In his tribute to the Queen, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke of her legacy in Canada.
“Our country came of age under her reign. It was her Majesty who proclaimed and signed the Constitution Act of 1982, and our Charter of Rights and Freedoms. These pillars of our democracy help uphold the stability of our country and keep us free.”…
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