Robert Finch, the chairman of the Monarchist League of Canada told Huffington Post Canada he was “absolutely thrilled” about the news.
"From a monarchist perspective it is always good to see the visibility of the crown restored…for me, it underlines the fact that the military is non-partisan and that the Queen is the commander-in-chief of the military."
Last December, the Senate passed a motion calling on the government to rename Maritime Command something with the word “navy” after former Liberal Sen. Bill Rompkey brought forward a petition to change the name officially to "Canadian Navy."
Websites bearing the new logos are expected to launch Tuesday.
Finch said he believes that this federal government’s decision has more to do with restoring the military’s history than reinforcing the links to the monarchy.
“It is certainly a part of it (but) I don’t see this as being on the same level as royal family visits or the diamond jubilee.”
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