Politics | Jan 30, 2013 | 3:28

Royal baby bill set for delivery

Heritage Minister James Moore will unveil a plan on Thursday to amend Canada's legislation that governs the royal line of succession, to ensure the crown is passed on according to the same rules in 16 countries.

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