There is no shortage of opportunities to catch a glimpse of royalty in Halifax on Monday as Prince Charles and Camilla begin their Canadian tour.
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Below is the couple’s itinerary for their visit to Halifax and the public events they have scheduled.
• Grand Parade in Halifax, 10 a.m. Includes 21-gun-salute, aboriginal blessing, and the Prince of Wales will give remarks and sign guest books before a walkabout.
• Public Gardens at 12:30 p.m. The prince will learn about the history of the gardens, attend a concert, and plant a tree beside the oak planted by his grandfather King George VI in 1939.
• Northbrook Community Centre at 12:35 p.m. The Duchess of Cornwall will tour the centre, then go out to the community barbecue and Family Fun Day celebrations.
• Halifax Seaport Farmers’ Market. The Prince of Wales will tour the market at 1:15 p.m. and meet with vendors, and young farmers. The duchess will join him for a concert with local artists and to meet with urban farming groups like Hope Blooms.