My Canadian Encyclopedia article about Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother is now updated to include more material about her Canadian military regiments and visits to Quebec.
My Canadian Encyclopedia article about Prince Charles is now updated to discuss recent events including public engagements, royal tours and the COVID-19 pandemic.
I have updated my Canadian Encyclopedia article about Prince William to include recent royal engagements and the circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic.
My new article in the Canadian Encyclopedia discusses 10 Royal Tours of Canada from Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn’s tour of Upper Canada in the 1790s to royal tours in the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.
One of my new articles in the Canadian Encyclopedia looks back to Queen Elizabeth II’s Golden Jubilee 20 years ago including the tour of Canada by the Queen and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in October, 2002.
My new article in the Canadian Encyclopedia is about 10 of the many places in Canada named after royalty. Click here to read 10 Places in Canada Named After Royalty in the Canadian Encyclopedia.
In my latest articles in the Canadian Encyclopedia, I discussed members of the royal family who made their home in Canada for months or years from Queen Victoria’s father, the Duke of Kent and Strathearn in the 1790s to Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in 2020.
My new article in the Historica Canada Canadian Encyclopedia is about Queen Elizabeth II, discussing key facts from her reign including her birthplace and the number of wedding gifts that she received when she married Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in 1947
My new article in the Canadian Encyclopedia is about Prince Rupert of the Rhine, First Governor of the Hudson’s Bay Company. The article discusses his eventful life as a prince in exile, royalist general, privateer, artist and scientist in addition to his involvement in the Royal African Company and the Hudson’s Bay Company.
My latest article in the Canadian Encyclopedia is about King George VI and his relationship with Canada, including the 1939 Royal Tour and the Second World War.