Canada reacts to 'Megxit' as Justin Trudeau avoids questions

Mail Online | 1/18/2020 | James Gant For Mailonline
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Canada has reacted to the shock announcement the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will quit royal life completely, with Harry expected to join Meghan and baby Archie in the North American country.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau declined to comment on the bombshell news, but newspapers were quick to weigh in.

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In an opinion piece for the Toronto Sun, Christina Blizzard wrote: 'Yes, we're flattered to have you come stay. No, we don't want to pay for security.'

She added: 'You sense a great deal of pain and sadness in the Queen's statement. She deserved better. She tried so hard to welcome Meghan.'

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Critics have said the couple are not welcome to settle in Canada, suggesting they would cost taxpayers £5million [$10million] and would cause a constitutional crisis.

This is because no British royal has ever settled there and the nation prides itself on not having any aristocracy, with anyone offered a peerage in the UK expected to renounce their Canadian citizenship first.

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And the Globe and Mail touched on the cost of the couple, saying: 'The statement also didn't clarify who...
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