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Answered 2009-09-17 07:38:15

Yes. We've been granted autonomy but as I understand it the qween can take it back if she wants.


No the Queen cannot take back away Canadian independence. We are an independent, self governing country. We have our own constitution, military, government etc. The Queen is largely a figurehead and plays no active role in our affairs.


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