Postage stamps in some respects represent a vestige of a past age. But these portraits in miniature can still serve as a powerful reminder of who we are as a people -- and whom we treasure. Gord Downie is proof positive of that.
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Why stop the party anyway?
Who could blame her?
And not just the chance to see Will and Kate!
LOL at the Queen.
They both look pretty excited.
Plus: what the Queen has to say about her extra long celebration.
Just call her the green screen queen.
This love story is still going strong.
Did you know the Queen owns all the swans in the River Thames?
Queen Elizabeth II fronts Vanity Fair with her corgis and dorgis.
Hey, we would probably do the same.
The 90-year-old noted that this country's officials were "very rude" during a visit last year.
It must've been quite the party!
She owned her first house at age six.
She'll get one fancy cake!
64 per cent of Canadians support continuing to recognize Elizabeth as Queen, but only 46 per cent would support recognizing her heir.
"The Gospel of John contains a verse of great hope, often read at Christmas carol services: 'The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.'"
And once again, Harry came out on top.
And she got pretty personal.
He handed a judge at the citizenship ceremony a letter explaining his decision.
He compared the pledge to to a "hazing'' ritual.
When was the last time you saw the Queen smile like this?
Marriage, a baby and now a British title!
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