Vintage Voice

Unearthing Classic Articles from Previous Issues of The Voice Magazine

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, turned 75 earlier this week.  We could only scrounge up one article on Camilla, so we’re tossing in another with a mention about king-in-waiting, Charles.

Is this worth it?  Debbie Jabbour muses on the institute of marriage, seeking clues on what makes or breaks a relationship.  “Perhaps it really is a love story and perhaps they really do deserve to be together after so many years and so much trouble.”  From My Perspective – Love & Marriage & Divorce, April 13, 2005.

The mystique of the monarchy.  Upon the death of Princess Margaret, Debbie Jabbour examines the continuing relevance of the monarchy.  “… it is Queen Elizabeth II herself who has kept the monarchy alive for Canadians.  Many learned opinions speculate that had she abdicated the throne in favour of her son Charles, Canadians would have long since come to the realization that the monarchy is redundant and unnecessary to our nation.”  From My Perspective – The Monarchy, February 13, 2002.