Queen To Visit Canada House

Queen To Visit Canada House
Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau shakes hands with Queen Elizabeth II during a private audience at Buckingham Palace, London 2015

Her Majesty The Queen Will Visit
Canada House Trafalgar Square, London 
To Mark The 150TH Anniversary of Confederation

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Her Majesty The Queen, attended by the Duke of Edinburgh, will visit Canada House on Trafalgar Square to celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation.

During the visit, The Queen and the Duke will view artefacts and displays celebrating ‘Canada 150′ and meet young Canadians, business leaders, artists, entrepreneurs and members of Indigenous communities.

On arrival, The Queen and The Duke will be met by the Governor General of Canada, His Excellency Mr David Johnston who will present Her Excellency Mrs Sharon Johnston, Her Excellency Mrs Janice Charette , the Canadian High Commissioner, and Mr Reg Charette.

The Queen and The Duke will then view artefacts and displays celebrating Canada 150, including items from the Royal Archives and from the National Maritime Museum’s exhibition Death in the Ice, which explores Sir John Franklin’s final Arctic expedition.

The Queen and The Duke will then meet guests before viewing a short performance and the presentation of a 150th Anniversary of Confederation gift.

After signing the visitors’ book, Her Majesty and The Duke will unveil a new Jubilee Walkway Panel outside Canada House. This is an initiative of the Outdoor Trust, which also administers the Commonwealth and Jubilee Walkways.

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