By Stephanie Ciccarelli
March 23, 2006
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In Canada and in other Commonwealth Nations, we are constantly reminded of our past and present ties to the United Kingdom and the British people.
Whether it be the face of Queen Elizabeth II on our currency, how prime ministerial governments operate, the military, airforce, and navy, ceremonial regalia, the English language, the Commonwealth Games, or even postage stamps, we are culturally and sentimentally bound to an institution and kingdom that has persevered for over a millenium.
Perhaps you have emigrated from the United Kingdom to another country. Maybe you reside in the UK to this day. As someone who visited England, Scotland, and Wales, I can say that simply being there and taking in the sights strengthened my connection and conscious awareness of just how important maintaining a relationship with our roots is.
Have you ever been a voice talent in her majesty's (or his majesty George VI) service? If so, please share your experiences.
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