List of royal tours of Canada (21st century): Difference between revisions – Wikipedia

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List of royal tours of Canada (21st century): Difference between revisions – Wikipedia


Year Dates Persons Locations Reasons 2000 4–6 June The Earl of Wessex

25–27 June The Earl of Wessex British Columbia

14–18 July The Earl and Countess of Wessex Newfoundland and Labrador Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island

To attend events for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award – Young Canadians’ Challenge, attend performance of Emily Confederation Centre of the Arts, visit Rodd Brudenell River Resort, attend concert at St. Mary’s Church, visit Cavendish Farms processing plant, visit Gateway Village, attend federal dinner at Delta Prince Edward Hotel, visit to All Souls’ Chapel, attend luncheon at Government House, visit Confederation Birthplace Commemorative Park, attend official opening of the 39th annual Canadian Branch Conference of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, attend reception with delegates and families at Fanningbank. 28 September–3 October The Duke of York Ontario

To be invested as Colonel-in-Chief of the Queen’s York Rangers,[3] attend events for Round Square, attend the state funeral of Pierre Trudeau.[4] 23–26 November The Duke and Duchess of Kent British Columbia

To attend the dedication ceremony of the Waveney lifeboat White Rose of Yorkshire. 2001 26–27 January The Duke of York Ontario

To visit a former Chaplain at Lakefield College School. 4–8 April The Duke of Kent British Columbia

As President of the Royal National Lifeboat Association. 25–30 April The Prince of Wales (now Charles III) Ontario Saskatchewan Yukon

In addition to the nation’s capital, the Prince visited the only two regions of the country not previously visited — Saskatchewan and Yukon — to complete “his Canadian journey”.[6] 2–5 August The Earl and Countess of Wessex Alberta

To attend the 8th IAAF World Championships. 19–21 October The Duke of Edinburgh Ontario

To present Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards, attend events for the World Wildlife Fund. 19–21 October The Duke and Duchess of Kent Ontario

2002 13–24 March Prince Michael of Kent Alberta British Columbia Ontario

To undertake duties as Colonel-in-Chief of the Essex and Kent Scottish. 21–25 June Prince and Princess Michael of Kent Ontario

To attend the Queen’s Plate. 5–8 September The Earl and Countess of Wessex Ontario

To attend events for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. 20–24 September The Earl and Countess of Wessex OntarioOntario: Toronto, Ottawa To attend events for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. 4–15 October The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh British Columbia Manitoba New Brunswick Ontario Nunavut

To celebrate the Queen’s Golden Jubilee. 2003 6–12 May The Duke of York British Columbia Ontario

To visit with the Queen’s York Rangers, meet with trustees at Lakefield College School, turn the sod for the new mental health building of the British Columbia’s Children’s Hospital, visit the Regent Park Duke of York Public School, present Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards, attend the Children Circle of Care Conference. 12–17 June The Duke of York British Columbia Ontario

To visit Lakefield College School, attend lunch with the Empire Club of Canada, visit the Greenwood School, visit Lester B. Pearson College.[7] 18–25 June The Earl and Countess of Wessex Saskatchewan

Centenaries of Regina, Moose Jaw and Lloydminster, open cultural centre, open the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College facility at the University of Regina. 31 July–6 August Prince and Princess Michael of Kent Ontario

Centenary and re-opening of the Lake of the Woods Yacht Club, opening of the Leo Mol garden. 29 August–1 September The Princess Royal Ontario

To visit with the Canadian Forces Communications and Electronics Branch, perform charity work. 2004 26–27 April The Duke of Edinburgh Ontario

To attend the 40th Anniversary Gala for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. 4–8 June The Princess Royal Ontario Saskatchewan

To attend ceremonies marking the 60th anniversary of D-Day, visit the Royal Regina Rifles, visit the Monarchist League of Canada, attend the Commonwealth Study Conference. 13–18 October Prince Michael of Kent Ontario

To open new joint Windsor Armoury and Police training facility. 2005 17–25 May The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh Alberta Saskatchewan

Centenary of the entry of Saskatchewan and Alberta into Confederation.[8] 2006 11 May The Duke of York Ontario

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Canadian Canoe Museum.[9] 1–9 June The Earl and Countess of Wessex Alberta British Columbia Ontario Saskatchewan

To visit the Monarchist League of Canada, attend events for the Ontario Heritage Trust. 22 November The Countess of Wessex Ontario

Visit Medical Discovery Tower at Toronto General Hospital and launch the Girls Programme at Verity Women’s Club.[10] 2007 30 April – 5 May The Duke of York Nova Scotia Ontario

1–4 June The Princess Royal Saskatchewan

Centenary of the Royal Regina Rifles, open the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Heritage Centre, attend a demonstration by the Parkland Therapeutic Riding Association, celebrate the 125th anniversary of the settlement of the Yorkton, attend Regina’s Freedom of the City Parade, meet with First Nations elders, and attend Saskatchewan Youth Awards gala.[14] 26 June Prince Harry Alberta

To train with Canadian Forces soldiers for a tour of duty in Afghanistan.[15][16] 2008 10–11 May The Duke of York Ontario

To open a display at the Canadian Canoe Museum. 5–9 June The Earl of Wessex Manitoba Ontario

To participate in a number of events on behalf of various charitable organizations. 2009 23–28 April The Duke of York Nova Scotia Ontario

To participate in a number of events relating to the Princess Louise Fusiliers. 4–8 June The Earl and Countess of Wessex Alberta British Columbia

To undertake duties relating to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, South Alberta Light Horse, and open the Air Force Museum of Alberta. 6 September-3 October Prince Harry Alberta

Private working visit for the purpose of participating in a military exercise.[17] 19 September Princess Beatrice of York and Princess Eugenie of York Ontario

To accompany their mother, Sarah, Duchess of York, at the premiere of The Young Victoria at the Toronto International Film Festival.[18] 2–12 November The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall British Columbia Newfoundland and Labrador Ontario


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