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Canadian Air Force Changes Name., What's in a name?

lunk
post Aug 21 2011, 11:15 AM
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Huffington Post reports on Canadian Navy / Airforce name change

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The Conservative government plans to announce that Maritime Command and Air Command, the official names of the two Canadian Forces' units, will be returned to Royal Canadian Navy and Royal Canadian Air Force, monikers last used in 1968. Simultaneous announcements on the name change are planned for Tuesday in Halifax, Kingston, Valcartier, Que., Cold Lake, Alta., and Esquimalt, B.C.

The Canadian army which is officially called Land Force Command, will also be renamed simply Canadian Army.

The change is mostly symbolic and won’t affect how the Canadian Forces are run.


http://www.bcshippingnews.com/home/industr...rce-name-change

Mostly symbolic?

What's in a name anyway?

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Due to the recent offcial change in name of the Canadian Air Force to the Royal Canadian Air Force RCAF.com will be now known as
Wings For Freedom, please follow the link below to the site and update your bookmarks accordingly.

www.wingsforfreedom.com

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To visit the Offcial Site of the newly recreated Royal Canadian Air Force follow the link below.

www.airforce.forces.gc.ca


http://rcaf.com/

i guess it's Offcial.

But the word "royal" is a trade mark, and its use can only be authorized by an appropriate member of the royal family of England.
Also, it is up for review every 5 years and it can be withdrawn by the throne.

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Trade marks

It is prohibited to register (without the consent of the relevant member of the royal family) a trade mark which consists of or contains any of the following:
The royal arms.
A representation of the royal crown or any of the royal flags.
A representation of Her Majesty the Queen or any member of the royal family (including imitations).

Words, letters or devices likely to suggest that the applicant has had royal patronage or authorisation (section 4(1), Trade Mark Act 1994) (TMA).

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References to a royal warrant should be checked with the Royal Warrant Holders' Association (RWHA) as their use is strictly protected under the CAP Code (Rule 3.52). Royal warrants are granted to named individuals within each warranted business and cannot be transferred to another individual, or where the business is sold or becomes insolvent, without royal consent. The RWHA has pre-authorised a selection of images of crowns which may be used for business purposes without infringement of the royal Crown.


http://plc.practicallaw.com/9-504-8709

Has the Prime-minister of Canada, whose government was declared in contempt of parliament by the speaker of the house, abdicated authority over Canada's air-force, back to the Crown?

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Renaming Canada's navy and air force deceives people into believing that there is historical continuity by using the term Royal.
This is false unless Ireland is once again under British rule.




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post Sep 3 2011, 08:21 PM
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http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/2010/0...oyal-visit.html

(from 2010)

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On June 29, the Queen inspected dozens of Canadian and foreign warships anchored in Halifax harbour, as part of the celebration marking the navy's 100th anniversary. On board HMCS St. John's, she led the International Fleet Review, which included ships from eight countries.

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The next morning — a quiet day on the royal couple's hectic schedule — the Queen met privately with Liberal Leader Michael Ignatieff at Rideau Hall.


Someone has to be assigned the responsibility of holding the "royal" title, by the appropriate members of the royal family.
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post Sep 8 2011, 02:02 PM
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what is going on in canada?


September 8-9, 2011 -- DATELINE MONTREAL. Queen Elizabeth raises her profile in Canada

In addition to pushing the neo-conservative agenda in Canada, Tory Prime Minister Stephen Harper is also turning back the clock and restoring the Canadian head of state profile of Queen Elizabeth II, who is represented in Canada by a Governor-General, to full Canadian monarch status.

Since winning a majority in the Canadian parliament, Harper and his Conservative government, particularly the monarchist Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird, have been working to restore the Queen as the de jure Head of State of Canada. The government began the process last month by restoring "royal" to the names of the Canadian navy and air force. Baird has now issued an order for all 150 Canadian diplomatic missions abroad to place a portrait of Elizabeth II in the public lobbies of the embassies and missions, alongside those of the Governor-General and Harper. The Globe and Mail is reporting in its September 8 issue that some Canadian embassies balked at placing a portrait of the Queen in their lobbies but declined to specify which embassies were the hold-outs. The Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs in Ottawa has also removed modern art work by Quebec painter Alfred Pellan and replaced it with a portrait of the Queen.

Where the re-royalization of Canada will stop in anyone's guess. Many Tories were never happy that in 1965 the Liberal government of Prime Minister Lester Pearson scrapped the old Union Flag, the red ensign with the British Union Jack in its canton, and replaced it with the current red and white Maple Leaf flag, sans the Union Jack. Some Tories would like to see the Maple Leaf replaced by the old British standard. And yet other Tories would have no problem with replacing the national anthem, "O Canada" with "God Save the Queen."

Some Canadian commentators have stated that even past Conservative governments, including those headed by Brian Mulroney, Joe Clark, and Kim Campbell, did not show as much fealty to the British monarchy as has Harper and his ministers.

With the Harper government restoring the British monarch's symbolic presence in Canada, their ideological partners in the David Cameron government in London can be reassured that for as long as the Tories remain in power in Ottawa, "the sun will never set on the British empire."
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post Sep 8 2011, 11:26 PM
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Great Britain probably just needs help from the colony, to help calm any
upcoming riots, there.
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interesting times indeed...
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