Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall touch down in Canada today for a three-day tour. The couple will arrive in Nunavut on Thursday afternoon before carrying out numerous engagements in Ontario.
Ahead of their visit, Canada's Minister of Heritage, the Honourable Mélanie Joly, expressed what she hopes Prince Charles and Camilla experience during their time on Canadian soil. “Their Royal Highnesses will have the opportunity to meet and connect with Canadians who are making a difference in their communities and building a lasting legacy for Canada’s future.”
Here is a breakdown of their stay in the Great White North.
Prince Charles and Camilla will be greeted with a welcoming ceremony in Iqaluit before enjoying a community feast at Sylvia Grinnell Territorial Park.
The royal couple's first stop in Ontario will be at the Canadian Forces Base in Trenton, followed by a visit to the Wellington Farmers Market in Prince Edward County. They will partake in some pre-Canada Day celebrations before heading to Ottawa.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will welcome Prince Charles and Camilla to the country's capital for Canada Day celebrations. The duo will join thousands of revellers on Parliament Hill for fireworks and entertainment in honour of Canada's 150th anniversary. It will mark the couple's first time taking part in Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa.