Prince Charles and Camilla visit Canada House ahead of tour
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The visit will be Prince Charles’s 19th official visit to Canada and will be the fifth visit for the Duchess of Cornwall. A statement on the visit from the office of the Governor-General of Canada reads: “This visit is a chance for us to showcase the evolution of our country, our diverse and inclusive society, as well as the resilience of Indigenous communities.” Express.co.uk has the full itinerary for the royal couple’s Canada trip.
Day one: May 17 – Newfoundland and Labrador
The first stop for the royal couple on May 17 is in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.
The pair will attend a ceremony which “will reflect the province’s rich tradition of song and story and will include Indigenous performances”.
Prince Charles is also expected to deliver a speech at the event.
The couple is then scheduled to visit the neighbourhood of Quidi Vidi.
Day two: May 18 – Ottawa
On May 18 the Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall will visit Ottawa.
They will join Governor General Mary Simon at the National War Memorial.
Then they will meet with members and organisations from Canada’s Ukrainian community.
They are also scheduled to visit a school and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Musical Ride.
Toward the end of the day, the Prince will attend a roundtable led by Environment and Climate Change Canada.
In the evening, the pair will be welcomed to the Governor General’s reception at Rideau Hall.
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Day three: May 19 – Northwest Territories
On the final day of their Canadian royal tour, Prince Charles and Camilla will travel to the Northwest Territories to visit Yellowknife and Dettah.
In Dettah, the royals will meet with the Dene First Nation community, and later in the day, the Duchess of Cornwall will visit a local school.
Prince Charles will visit the Canadian Rangers, followed by a walk next to the Dettah Ice Road with Indigenous leaders where they will discuss the impact of climate change in the area.
Camilla will also visit a housing centre for women and children victims of domestic violence.
Finally, at the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, the royals will meet with local food producers.
Their final engagement will be at Ceremonial Circle for a Platinum Jubilee Celebration and the unveiling of a plaque at the Northwest Territories’ Platinum Jubilee Garden.
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