Royal Tour to Canada Begins Today - Charles and Camilla in Canada
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla will start a 12 day tour of Canada today. This will be Camilla's first visit this country.
Their itinerary has them visiting 12 cities and communities in Newfoundland, Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia.
The visit will be kicked off today with a visit to St. John's Newfoundland. They are scheduled to arrive at 4:30 pm EST.
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla begin an 11-day royal tour of Canada on Monday.
The visit, their first as a married couple, includes stops in Ontario, British Columbia and Quebec. They are scheduled to visit 12 cities and communities from Nov. 2 to Nov. 12.
The royal couple's tour of the country comes at a time when a recent survey obtained last week by CBC News indicated that a majority of Canadians felt the constitutional monarchy is out of step with the times, and that only one-quarter agreed Prince Charles was ahead of the times.
The couple will begin the royal tour in Newfoundland on Monday afternoon, and they will be greeted by Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Gov. Gen. Michaëlle Jean and Premier Danny Williams in St. John's.
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