Global News Interview: Here’s how the Royal Family is impacted by coronavirus

I discussed the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the royal family and their public engagements with Meghan Collie at Global News. The interview includes Prince Charles’s experience of coronavirus, recent virtual royal engagements and the changes to the royal calendar in response to the pandemic.

Click here to read “Usually untouchable, here’s how the Royal Family is impacted by coronavirus” at Global News

CBC News Interview: Why the Queen’s isolation is rich in symbolism

I discussed Queen Elizabeth II’s decision to remain at Windsor Castle during the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the experiences of past monarchs, such as Henry VIII and Edward III, in times of plague and pandemic with Janet Davison at CBC News.

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CBC News Interview: The pandemic puts the royals online — and ‘at their best’

I discussed virtual royal engagements during the COVID-19 pandemic with Janet Davison at CBC News. As traditional royal walkabouts are not possible during the pandemic, members of the royal family are connecting with the public virtually, finding innovative methods to engage with people while maintaining a physical distance.

Click here to read The pandemic puts the royals online — and ‘at their best’ in the Royal Fascinator newsletter at CBC News.

CBC News Interview: Queen Elizabeth offers an ‘enduring and reassuring voice’ in the face of COVID-19 crisis

I discussed the Queen’s historic broadcast in response to the COVID-19 pandemic with Janet Davison at CBC News.

Click here to read “Queen Elizabeth offers an ‘enduring and reassuring voice’ in the face of COVID-19 crisis” in The Royal Fascinator newsletter at CBC News

CBC News Interview: Why the Queen’s rare broadcast will bring ‘dignity and gravitas’ to the battle against COVID-19

In an interview with Janet Davison at CBC News, I discussed the Queen’s plans to address the United Kingdom and Commonwealth in a rare televised broadcast on Sunday April 5.

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CBC News Interview: ‘That was the master plan’: Why Harry and Meghan were going to California — just maybe not so soon

I discussed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s decision to move from Canada to California with Janet Davison at CBC News.

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New Canadian Encyclopedia Article: Lord Stanley

My latest article in the Historica Canada Canadian Encyclopedia is a short biography of Lord Stanley, Governor General of Canada from 1888 to 1893. In 1892, Stanley donated the Stanley Cup, the oldest professional sports championship trophy in North America, which is awarded to the winning team of the National Hockey League (NHL) each year.

Click here to read my article about Lord Stanley in the Canadian Encyclopedia

CBC News Interview: Harry and Meghan’s retreat leaves questions hanging over royal relations with the Commonwealth

I discussed the future of the royal family and Commonwealth with Janet Davison at CBC News. The departure of Harry and Meghan, Duke and Duchess of Sussex from public engagements as senior members of the royal family will result in fewer Commonwealth tours in future years, which may impact the relationship between the royal family and Commonwealth.

Click here to read “Harry and Meghan’s retreat leaves questions hanging over royal relations with the Commonwealth” at CBC News

New Canadian Encyclopedia Article: The 4th Earl of Minto

My latest article in the Historica Canada Canadian Encyclopedia is about the 4th Earl of Minto, Governor General of Canada from 1898 to 1904, including his early career in Canada as military secretary to a previous Governor General, Lord Lansdowne, his appointment as Governor General in 1898, his attitudes towards Canadian participation in the Boer War and his role in hosting the 1901 Royal Tour by the future King George V and Queen Mary.

Click here to read my article on the 4th Earl of Minto in the Historica Canada Canadian Encyclopedia

CBC News Interview: Harry and Meghan take their ‘farewell tour’ — but their new life may not be as peaceful as they hope

I discussed recent royal events and tours with Janet Davison at CBC News including the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s last few public engagements as senior members of the royal family, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s visit to Ireland and the upcoming Spring tour of Cyrus, Bosnia and Jordan by the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall.

Click here to read “Harry and Meghan take their ‘farewell tour’ — but their new life may not be as peaceful as they hope” in the CBC News Royal Fascinator Newsletter