Canada still hasn't released its official portrait of King Charles

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The federal government still has not released an official Canadian portrait of the King, 550 days after Queen Elizabeth’s death and his accession to the throne — a delay that has left some monarchists anxious, given Charles’s battle with cancer.

It’s customary for the federal Department of Canadian Heritage to produce a uniquely Canadian portrait of the King — a photo of the head of state that can be hung in official venues and in the homes and businesses of royal admirers.

The government website where people can access these portraits still offers one of Elizabeth and another of the late sovereign with her husband, the Duke of

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