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Royal visits to Canada

His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales and His Excellency the Governor General

Private and Official Visits from 1786 to 1951

Private and Official Visits since 1953

Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh

(Her Majesty The Queen is usually accompanied by His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh);

Date # of Days Purpose Location
1953 Nov. 24 - (3:45 a.m.) n/a Stopover Gander, Nfld. (approx. 1½ h. refuelling, Stop over; leaving for Commonwealth tour).
1957 Oct. 12 (Arr. 4:30 p.m.)Oct. 16 (Dep. 11:30 a.m.) 4 Official Ottawa and Hull; HM opened 1st Session - 23rd Parliament.
1959 June 18 (Arr. 3:30 p.m.)Aug. 1 (Dep. 10:30 p.m.) 45 Official Tour of Canada (all provinces and both territories included)Opening of St-Lawrence Seaway.
1963 Jan. 30 (12:00 - 12:45)Mar. 27 (18:35 - 19:20) n/a Stopover Refuelling Edmonton-Vancouver - Overnight Stop Vancouver refuelling on flight from N.Z. & Australia.
1964 Oct. 5 (Arr. 5:30 p.m.)Oct. 13 (Dep. 10:00 a.m.) 8 Official Charlottetown, Québec, Ottawa - To attend commemoration of meetings at Charlottetown and Québec in 1864.
1966 Feb. 1 n/a Stopover Refuelling (Newfoundland)
1967 June 29 (Arr. 5:30 p.m.)July 5 (Dep. 11:00 p.m.) 6 Official Ottawa, Montréal - In Ottawa, to attend ceremonies relating to Centennial Anniversary - Visit Expo '67 in Montréal.
1970 Mar. 2-3 n/a Stopover Ottawa refuelling; Vancouver (overnight stop).
1970 May 4 n/a Stopover Gander (refuelling).
1970 (Accompanied by Prince of Wales and Princess Anne)July 5 (Arr. 10:45 p.m.)July 15 (Dep. 11:30 p.m.) 10 Official Churchill, Thompson, Gillan, Flin Flon, Norway House, Swan River, The Pas, Dauphin, Clear Lake, Brandon, Baily Farm, Portage la Prairie, Oakville, Winnipeg, Carman, Beauséjour, Lower Fort Garry, Manitoba;100th Anniversary of Manitoba's entry into Confederation; N.W.T. - To participate in the Centennial of the N.W.T.
1971 (Accompanied by Princess Anne)May 3 (Arr. 11:05 a.m.)May 12 (Dep. 9:00 a.m.) 9 Official Victoria, Vancouver, Tofino, Kelowna, Vernon, Penticton, William Lake, Comox. To mark Centenary Anniversary of B.C. into Confederation.
1973 June 25 (Arr. 1:20 p.m.)July 5 (Dep. 10:50 p.m.) 11 Official Toronto, Cobourg, Kingston, Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo, London, St. Catherines, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Scarborough, Brampton, Malton, Ontario; Charlottetown, Summerside, Mount Carmel, P.E.I.; Regina, Sask.; Calgary, Alberta - to participate in events marking the R.C.M.P. centennial, the centennial of P.E.I. in Confederation, the tercentenary of Kingston, extended tour of Ontario.
1973 July 31 (Arr. 1.10 p.m.)Aug. 4 (Dep. 12:10 p.m.) 4 Official Ottawa - Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. Remarks: Prince Philip had a program of his own while Her Majesty was receiving heads of government in audience at Rideau Hall.
1974 Jan. 27 n/a Stopover Ottawa and Vancouver refuelling - Stop in Ottawa to take Princess Anne and Captain Phillips.
1976 (For XXI Olympic Games joined by Prince of Wales, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward)July 13 (Arr. 9:15 a.m.)July 25 (Dep. midnight) 13 Official Nova Scotia - New Brunswick - Montréal (XXI Olympiad).
1977 Oct. 14 (Arr. 3:05 p.m.)Oct. 19 (Dep. 11:55 a.m.) 5 Official Ottawa - On the occasion of Silver Jubilee Year.
1978 (With Prince Edward & Prince Andrew)July 26 (Arr. 2:35 p.m.)Aug. 6 (Dep. 6:00 p.m.) 12 Official St. John's, Deer Lake, Strawberry Hill, Corner Brook, Stephenville Airport, Newfoundland; Regina, Yorkton, Fort Qu'Appelle, Balcarres, Melville, Moose Jaw, Saskatoon, Lloydminster, Sask.; Edmonton (XI Commonwealth Games), Grande Prairie, Peace River, St. Paul, Vegreville, Fort Saskatchewan, Mundare, Chipman, Lamont, Bruderheim, Fort Edmonton, Alberta.
1982 April 15 (Arr. 3:10 p.m.)April 19(Dep. 11:15 a.m.) 4 Official Ottawa - On the occasion of the Proclamation of the Constitution Act, 1982.
1983 March 8 (Arr. 9:30 a.m.)March 11(Dep. 7:00 a.m.) 4 Official Victoria, Vancouver, Nanaimo, Vernon, Kamloops, New Westminster. At the end of Her American West Coast Tour.
1984 Sept. 24 (Arr. 1:00 p.m.)Oct. 7 (Dep. 1:00 p.m.) 13 Official Dieppe, Shediac, Moncton, Fredericton, Sackville, Riverview. To participate in the Bicentennial of New Brunswick. Ottawa, Morrisburg, Cornwall, Prescott, Kingston, Amherstview, Windsor, Brantford, Sudbury. To participate in the Bicentennial of Ontario. Winnipeg, Dauphin, Brandon, Dugald. The Queen had not been to Manitoba since 1970.Remarks: The Queen alone visited Manitoba. Prince Philip left Canada after Sudbury programme.
1985 Oct. 9 (Queen alone) n/a Stopover Gander, Nfld. (en route to Caribbean).
1986 May 26 (Queen alone) n/a Stopover Gander, Nfld. (en route to London from Lexington).
1987 Oct. 9 (Arr. 3:00 p.m.)Oct. 24 (Dep. 11:15 a.m.) 16 Official North Saanich, Qualicum Beach (private retreat). Vancouver, Victoria, Esquimalt: to participate in opening sessions of government - Heads of Government Meeting; Regina, Fort Qu'Appelle (private retreat), Saskatoon, Yorkton, Canora, Veregin, Kamsack, Kindersley, in Saskatchewan. First visit to Saskatchewan since 1978; Québec, Sillery, Cap Tourmente, Rivière-du-Loup, La Pocatière: first official visit to Quebec since 1964.
1990 (Queen alone)June 27 (Arr. 2:00 p.m.)July 1 (Dep. 7:15 p.m.) 5 Official Calgary, Reed Deer, Alberta. Ottawa, Ontario (Queen alone).
1991 (Queen alone)May 26 n/a Stopover Gander, Nfld. (en route to London from Lexington, U.S.A.)
1992 (Queen alone)June 30July 2 3 Official Ottawa (for the 125th anniversary of Confederation and the 40th anniversary of the Accession); Hull (for a reception hosted by the Prime Minister at the Canadian Museum of Civilization).
1994 Aug. 13 (Arr. 2:20 p.m.)Aug. 22 (Dep. 9:40 p.m.) 10 Official Halifax, Sydney, Fortress of Louisbourg, Dartmouth; Victoria, (for the Commonwealth Games), Private Retreat at Twin Island, Prince George for the Queen, Prince Rupert, Khutzeymateen Valley for the Duke of Edinburgh; Yellowknife, Rankin Inlet, Iqaluit.
1997 June 23 (Arr. 2:00 p.m.)July 2 (Dep. 11:00 a.m.) 10 Official St. John's, NF; Gander (HRH); Bonavista (arrival of the Matthew); Labrador: NorthWest River, Shetshatshiu, Happy Valley Goose Bay (HRH); London, ON, Private retreat (Red Tail), Manitoba (HRH) to see damage from floods; Stratford; Brantford; Toronto; North Bay; Petawawa (HRH); Ottawa.
2002 October 4 (Arr. 12:01 pm)October 15 (Dep. 11:00 am) 12 Official Iqaluit, NU; Victoria & Vancouver, BC; Winnipeg, Toronto, Oakville, Hamilton, ON; Fredericton, Sussex, Moncton, NB; and NCR.
2005 May 17 (Arr.16:30 pm) May 25 (Dep. 17:00 pm) 9 Official Regina, Saskatoon, SK; Jasper, Edmonton, Fort McMurray (HRH), Calgary, AB.

His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh

Date # of Days Purpose Location
1953 (Accompanying Her Majesty)Nov. 24 (3:45 a.m.) n/a Stopover Gander, Nfld. (Approx. 1½ hr. refuelling, Stop over; leaving for Commonwealth Tour).
1954 July 29 (Arr. 9:30 a.m.)Aug. 17 20 Official Ottawa - Vancouver (British Empire and Commonwealth Games) developments in Northern Territories - Quebec.
1957 (Accompanying Her Majesty)Oct. 12 (Arr. 4:30 p.m.)Oct. 16 (Dep. 11:30 a.m.) 4 Official Ottawa and Hull. Her Majesty opened First Session of the 23rd Parliament of Canada(Oct. 16-21 Washington; New York).
1958 End of October n/a Stopover Ottawa to preside at two meetings during world conference of the English Speaking Union of the Commonwealth.
1959 (Accompanying Her Majesty)June 18 (Arr. 3:30 p.m.)Aug. 1 (Dep. 10:30 p.m.) 45 Official Tour of Canada (All provinces included).
1960 June n/a Stopover Ottawa - Toronto in connection with 2nd Commonwealth Study Conference to be held in Canada in 1962.
1962 May 12June 3 23 Official Ottawa, Montréal, London, Toronto, Vancouver. Second Commonwealth Study Conference.
1963 (Accompanying Her Majesty)Jan. 31 (12:00 - 12:45)Mar. 27 (18:35 - 19:20) n/a Stopover An outward and return flights from New Zealand and Australia; H.M.'s plane made refuelling stops in Vancouver.
1964 (Accompanying Her Majesty)Oct. 5 (Arr. 5:30 p.m.)Oct. 13 (Dep. 10:00 a.m.) 8 Official Charlottetown, Québec, Ottawa. To attend commemoration of the Confederation meetings at Charlottetown and Québec.
1966 March 21March 23 3 Official Toronto, Ottawa, Montréal; to present Medals to the recipients of The Duke of Edinburgh's Award.
1967 (Accompanying Her Majesty)June 29 (Arr. 5:30 p.m.)July 5 (Dep. 11:00 p.m.) 6 Official Ottawa, Montréal; in Ottawa, to attend ceremonies related to the Centennial Anniversary - Visit Expo '67.
1967 July 22July 23 2 Official Winnipeg; to open 1967 Pan American Games.
1967 Nov. 7Nov. 11 5 Official Toronto; to open 1967 Show of the Royal Agricultural Fair and attend conference in his capacity as President of The Royal Agricultural Society of the Commonwealth.
1968 Oct. 12Oct. 13 n/a Stopover Goose Bay, Ottawa.
1969 Oct. 16Oct. 31 16 Official Ottawa, Nfld., N.B., Québec, Alta, B.C., to study operations of Duke of Edinburgh Awards Scheme.
1970 Feb. 12 n/a Stopover Ottawa.
1970 (Accompanying Her Majesty)March 2March 3 n/a Stopover Ottawa, Vancouver.
1970 (Accompanying Her Majesty)May 10 n/a Stopover Vancouver.
1970 (Accompanying Her Majesty)July 5 (Arr. 10:45 p.m.)July 15 (Dep. 11:30 p.m.) 10 Official Manitoba, N.W.T.; to participate in 100th Anniversary of Manitoba's entry into the Confederation.
1971 (Accompanying Her Majesty)May 3 (Arr. 11:05 a.m.)May 12 (Dep. 9:00 a.m.) 9 Official Victoria, Vancouver, Tofino, Kelowna, Vernon, Penticton, William Lake, Comox; to mark the Centenary Anniversary of British Columbia into the Confederation of Canada.
1973 (Accompanying Her Majesty)June 25 (Arr. 1:20 p.m.)July 5 (Dep. 10:50 p.m.) 11 Official Ontario, P.E.I., Regina, Calgary.
1973 (Accompanying Her Majesty)July 31 (Arr. 1:10 p.m.)Aug. 4 (Dep. 12:10 p.m.) 4 Official Ottawa; Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. The Duke of Edinburgh had a program of his own while Her Majesty was receiving heads of government in audience at Government House.
1974 (Accompanying Her Majesty)Feb. 12 n/a Stopover Goose Bay, Trenton.
1974 Oct. 14 (Arr. 4:30 p.m.)Oct. 16 (Dep. 7:00 p.m.) 3 Personal Gander, Botwood, Nfld; Fredericton, N.B.; Montréal.
1975 March 22March 23 n/a Stopover On return flight from Latin America to London, overnight stop in Fredericton, N.B. in order to visit the Royal Canadian Regiment and dine with them that evening. The next day, a brief refuelling stop at Goose Bay before he flies to Sondrestrom.
1976 (Accompanying Her Majesty)July 13 (Arr. 9:15 a.m.)July 25(Dep. 12:00 midnight) 13 Official Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Montréal (XXI Olympiad).
1976 Oct. 5 (Arr. 6:20 p.m.)Oct. 6 (Dep. 9:00 a.m.) n/a Stopover On his way to Mexico, stop over at Trenton, Ontario staying at Air Base for the night. Refuelling stops at Gander on both journeys - (½ hour) Oct. 5 at 16:45 p.m. and Oct. 10 at 11:40 a.m.
1977 (Accompanying Her Majesty)Oct. 14 (Arr. 3:05 p.m.)Oct. 19 (Dep. 11:55 a.m.) 5 Official Ottawa on the occasion of the Silver Jubilee.
1977 Nov. 23 (Arr. 6:15 p.m.)Nov. 27 (Dep. 9:00 a.m.) n/a Stopover To attend the Royal Agricultural Society of the Commonwealth Conference Sessions (Canadian Agribition Association) Regina, Sask.
1978 Feb. 10Feb. 12 n/a Stopover To attend a meeting to discuss the 1980 Commonwealth Study Conference and to meet group leaders in Toronto on Saturday, February 11.
1978 (Accompanying Her Majesty)July 26 (Arr. 2:35 p.m.)Aug. 12 (Dep. 7:45 p.m.) 18 Official Accompanied H.M. for visit to Nfld, Sask. and Alberta for the Opening of the XI Commonwealth Games in Edmonton. Visited B.C. with Prince Andrew on August 7 and 8 and they returned to attend the Commonwealth Games August 9 - 12.
1978 Sept. 12 (Arr. 7:00 p.m.)Sept. 13 (Dep. 9:00 a.m.) n/a Stopover On his way to Lexington, Kentucky, spent one night at Goose Bay; on return journey there was a ½ hour refuelling stop at Goose Bay, Sept. 18.
1978 Oct. 8 (Arr. 7:15 p.m.)Oct. 9 (Dep. 8:00 a.m.) n/a xx On way to Puerto Rico, spent night of Oct. 8 and 9 at Goose Bay, staying on the Airbase.On outward journey the Andover stop to refuel at Halifax arriving at 11:30 a.m., Monday, October 9.
1978 Oct. 15 (Arr. 2:00 p.m.)Oct. 16 (Dep. 9:00 a.m.) 1 Personal On his return from Puerto Rico HRH spent the night in Winnipeg to attend functions re St. Boniface General Hospital Research Foundation Award and was invited to stay at Government House. On return trip, Andover to refuel at Fort Chimo, Monday, October 16.
1979 Oct. 24 Montréal Oct. 25 CalgaryOct. 2 Toronto n/a Stopover To attend meeting of Commonwealth Study Conference. Toronto, Calgary, Montréal, and Attend celebrations marking 150th Anniversary of Upper Canada College, Toronto.
1980 May 17(Arr. Kingston 4:30 p. m.)May 19(Dep. Kingston 3:30 p.m.)(Arr. Calgary 10:45 p.m.)May 22(Dep. Calgary 4:00 p.m.)May 30(Arr. London 9:15 p.m.)May 31(Dep. London 2:00 p.m.)May 31(Arr. Hamilton 2:30 p.m.)June 1(Dep. Hamilton 4:15 p.m.)June 1(Arr. Québec 6:15 p.m.)June 7(Dep. Québec 10:00 a.m.) 12 Official HRH The Duke of Edinburgh's Fifth Commonwealth Study Conference - Canada 1980. (On May 22 HRH departed from Calgary to join The Queen in Australia and returned to London, Ontario on May 30).
1980 Sep.27(Arr. Goose Bay 6:30 p.m.)Sep.28(Arr. Ottawa 12:30 p.m.)Oct. 1(Dep. Ottawa 10:45 a.m.) 3 Personal Stop over in Goose Bay, Nfld. on Sept. 27Arrived at CFB Ottawa South (Uplands) to attend the British Commonwealth Ex-Services League Convention.On Oct. 11 on return trip from Bermuda a stop over in Halifax, N.S. and then on to Gander. Departed Oct. 12 from Gander for London, England.
1982 (Accompanying Her Majesty)April 16 (Arr. 1:00 p.m.)April 18 (Dep. 11:15 p.m.) 4 Official Ottawa - On occasion of the proclamation of the Constitution Act, 1982.Remarks: Prince Philip leaves Canada alone.
1983 (Accompanying Her Majesty)March 8 (Arr. 9:30 a.m.)March 11 (Dep. 7:00 a.m.) 4 Official Victoria, Vancouver, Nanaimo, Vernon, Kamloops, New Westminster. At the end of Her American West Coast Tour.
1983 June 30July 6 7 Personal Ottawa - To celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the R.C.R.; Presentation in Toronto - To present Duke of Edinburgh Gold Awards London.
1984 July 15 (Arr. 4:00 p.m.)July 16 (Dep. 4:00 p.m.) n/a Stopover Gagetown, N.B. - To present new colours to the Royal Canadian Regiment (Engagement originally planned for Royal Visit postponed for 1984 General Elections).
1984 July 27 n/a Stopover Thompson, Manitoba - To present Duke of Edinburgh Gold Awards (Engagement originally to take place during Royal Visit postponed to September).
1984 (Accompanying Her Majesty)Sept. 24 (Arr. 1:00 p.m.)Oct. 4 (Dep. 7:50 p.m.) 11 Official Dieppe, Shediac, Moncton, Fredericton, Sackville, Riverview. To participate in the Bicentennial of New Brunswick. Ottawa, Morrisburg, Cornwall, Prescott, Kingston, Amhertsview, Windsor, Brantford, Sudbury. To participate in the Bicentennial of Ontario. Remarks: Prince Philip left Canada after the Sudbury program; The Queen continued on to Manitoba.
1985 June 4June 7 4 Personal Ottawa (to present badges to Girl Guides (at Rideau Hall). Toronto (for the International Forum of Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme).
1985 August 19August 21 3 Official Banff (Centennial of Parks Canada; Duke of Edinburgh's Award; New banners to Royal Canadian Army Cadets) Lake Louise (designation of World Heritage Site). Calgary Airport (arrival and departure ceremonies).
1987 April 19-20April 29 n/a Stopover Gander (en route to Bahamas).Churchill.
1987 June 3June 5 3 Personal Regina (for Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, as President of WWF).
1987 (Accompanying Her Majesty)Oct. 9Oct. 24 16 Official North Saanich, Qualicum Beach (private retreat). Vancouver, Victoria, Esquimalt: to participate in opening sessions of government heads of Government Meeting; Regina, Fort Qu'Appelle (private retreat), Saskatoon, Yorkton, Canora, Veregin, Kamsack, Kindersley, in Saskatchewan. First visit to Saskatchewan since 1978; Québec, Sillery, Cap Tourmente, Rivière-du-Loup, La Pocatière: first official visit to Quebec since 1964.
1987 Oct. 25Oct. 26 n/a Stopover Return flight from Denver Co. Stopover in North Bay, Ontario, and overnight stop in Gander.
1989 March 12March 15 4 Personal Private visit to Toronto for The Duke of Edinburgh's Award.
1989 March 21March 22 n/a Stopover Refuelling stop at Halifax and overnight stop at St. John's (dinner with the Lieutenant Governor and Award presentation at Government House).
1989 May 16May 17 n/a Stopover Refuelling stop at Churchill and overnight stop at Victoria (dinner with the Lieutenant Governor).
1989 May 18May 21 4 Official Visit to Montréal (Provincial dinner, luncheon-meeting with Montréal Canadian Club), Varennes (IREQ), Sherbrooke (Gold Award Presentation, Civic Welcome, 35th anniversary of University), Lennoxville (United Empire Loyalists of Canada Committee, Bishop College School Cadet inspection, Bishop's University Chapel and Arboretum, Civic Welcome), Compton (concert at Domaine St-Laurent organized by Government of Canada).
1990 May 16 May 17 n/a Stopover Stopover in Gander (refuel);Overnight stop in Fredericton, New Brunswick (engagements at CFB Gagetown with RCR).
1990 May 20 May 21 n/a Stopover Overnight stop in Gander (stay at Albatros Hotel).
1991 March 23 n/a Stopover Stopover at St. John's.
1992 March 7 March 12 6 Personal Vancouver, Victoria, Calgary - CFB Suffield (for WWF engagements).
1992 March 25 March 26 n/a Stopover Overnight stopover at Halifax (stay at Sheraton). Refuelling stop at Gander on March 26.
1992 July 13 n/a Stopover Stopover for refuelling at Gander en route to Boston.
1992 July 14 July 17 4 Personal Calgary (for Royal Agricultural Society of the Commonwealth Conference). Stopover in Thunder Bay, Ontario (refuel) on July 14. Stopover in Churchill, Manitoba, and Iqaluit, NWT, on July 17.
1993 March 9 March 10 n/a Stopover Overnight stopover at St. John's; stay at Government House; dinner with Lieutenant Governor.
1993 March 25 March 26 n/a Stopover Overnight stopover at St. John's; stay at Hotel Newfoundland.
1993 Oct. 8 n/a Stopover Refuelling stop at Gander, Newfoundland en route to United States
1993 Oct. 11Oct. 15 5 Personal Toronto (WWF Canada; Duke of Edinburgh's Award; Upper Canada College; Empire Club). Montréal (Duke of Edinburgh's Award). Stopover at Gander, Newfoundland.
1994 March 16 n/a Stopover Overnight stopover in Gander
1994 April 25 and May 1st 7 Stopover Refuelling stops at St. John's, Newfoundland
1994 (Accompanying Her Majesty)Aug. 13 (Arr. 2:20 p.m.)Aug. 22 (Dep. 9:40 a.m.) 10 Official Halifax, Sydney, Fortress of Louisbourg, Dartmouth, Victoria (for the Commonwealth Games), Private Retreat at Twin Island, Prince George for The Queen, Prince Rupert, Khutzeemateen Valley for The Duke of Edinburgh; Yellowknife, Rankin Inlet, Iqaluit.
1996November 4November 6 3 Personal Refuelling stop in Gander on Nov. 4, overnight stop in Gander on Nov. 6; attend the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto; media launch for the Duke of Edinburgh's Award "Charter for Business"; presentation of gold awards certificates at Hart House; visits WWF offices and WWF press conference; visits St.Michael's Hospital.
1997March 19March 22 Stopover Personal Alberta: WWF press conference; presentation of gold awards certificates (The Duke of Edinburgh's Award); refuelling at Thunder Bay; Nova Scotia: WWF dinner.
1997 (Accompanying Her Majesty)June 23 (Arr. 2:00 p.m.)July 2 (Dep. 11:00 a.m.) 10 Stopover St. John's, NF, Gander (103 Search and Rescue Squadron), Bonavista, Labrador (Goose Bay), Private retreat (Red Tail), Manitoba (flood damage), Toronto, North Bay, Petawawa (RCR), Ottawa
1998October 2October 4 3 Personal Ottawa (VIII Commonwealth Study Conference)
2001October 19 to 21 3 Personal Toronto, Ontario - Presentation of the Duke of Edinburgh's Awards and activities with the World Wildlife Foundation.
2004April 26April 27 2 Private Toronto (40th Anniversary Gala for the Duke of Edinburgh's Award)

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother

Date # of Days Purpose Location
1954 Nov. 12 (Arr. 6:00 p.m.)Nov. 17 (Dep. 3:30 p.m.) 5 Official Ottawa.
1958 Jan. 28 (Arr. 4:00 p.m.)Jan. 29 (Dep. 8:00 p.m.) n/a Stopover Montréal and Vancouver en route to New Zealand & Australia.
1962 June 7 (Arr. 5:00 p.m.)June 16 (Dep. 7:30 p.m.) 9 Official Montréal, Ottawa, Toronto, Upper Canada Village - To participate in the ceremonies of the Centenary of the Black Watch of Canada. Her Majesty is Colonel-in-Chief.
1964 Feb. 7 (Arr. 1:00 P.M.)Feb. 8 (Dep. 12:00 a.m.) n/a Stopover Montréal, Vancouver and Victoria en route for Fiji.
1965 June 23 (Arr. 6:30 p.m.)June 27 4 Personal Toronto - To celebrate 50th Anniv. of Toronto Scottish Regiment. Her Majesty is the Colonel-in-Chief.
1966 March 18March 19 n/a Stopover Vancouver, Victoria - En route to Australia and New Zealand.
1966 May 4 n/a Stopover Vancouver (Return journey from Australia and New Zealand).
1967 July 10July 22 (Dep. 11:00 a.m.) 12 Official Atlantic Provinces (N.S.-N.B.-P.E.I.-NFLD) - To take part in the Centennial celebrations.
1974 June 25 (Arr. 3:15 p.m.)July 1 (Dep. 11:15 a.m.) 6 Official Toronto, Montréal - To visit Toronto Scottish Regiment in Toronto June 27. To present the Queen's Colours to the Black Watch Regiment of Montréal.
1979 June 26 (Arr. 2:35 p.m.)July 2 (Dep. 12:00 noon) 6 Official Halifax, N.S. - Presentation of the Queen's Colour to Maritime Command Official Opening Int. Gathering of the Clans; - Toronto - To attend 120th running of The Queen's Plate Stakes. Remarks: Semi private.
1981 July 2 (Arr. 3:45 p.m.)July 7 (Dep. 12:00 Noon) 5 Official Ottawa (Official welcome), Toronto (Queen's Plate), Niagara-on-the-Lake (bicentennial of Town).
1985 July 12July 19 8 Official Ottawa (Official welcome)Toronto (Queen's Plate); Regina; CFB Cold Lake (flight diverted because of bad weather in Edmonton); Edmonton (5th Angus Forum)
1987 June 4June 8 5 Official Ottawa (official welcome) Montréal (125th anniversary of Black Watch).
1989 July 5Jul 10 6 Official Ottawa (Official welcome)Toronto (Queen's Plate).London (Opening of Western Counties Wing, Parkwood Hospital; unveiling of statue of Dr. Banting).

His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales

Date # of Days Purpose Location
1970 July 3July 4 n/a Official Ottawa (2 days) before joining The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh and Princess Anne for the visit to Manitoba.
1970 (with Her Majesty, The Duke of Edinburgh and Princess Anne)July 5 (Arr. 10:45 p.m.)July 15 (Dep. 9:00 a.m.) 10 Official Manitoba, N.W.T.; to participate in the Centennial of the N.W.T. and the 100th Anniversary of Manitoba's entry into the Confederation.
1975 April 20 (Arr. 4:00 p.m.)April 30 (Dep. 9:35 a.m.) 11 Official Ottawa, N.W.T.
1975 May 2June 5 35 Personal On board HMS Hermes - visits to N.B., N.S., Montréal.
1976 (With Her Majesty, The Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, Princess Anne and her husband)July 13 (Arr. 9:15 a.m.)July 26 (Dep. 11:55 a.m.) 14 Official Attending briefly XXI Olympiad in Montréal.
1977 July 5 (Arr. 1:40 p.m.)July 9 (Dep. evening) 5 Official Alberta - Celebrations of signing of Treaty 7 and Calgary stampede.
1979 Apr. 1 (Arr. 12:30 p.m.)Apr. 7 (Dep. 10:15 a.m.) n/a Official Victoria, B.C., Yellowknife, N.W.T., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Toronto and Ottawa, Ont. Remarks: Semi-official.
1980 March 30 (Arr. Noon)April 3 (Dep. 9:00 a.m.) 4 Official Ottawa, Vancouver and Victoria/B.C. (As President of International Council of United World College, visited Pearson College of the Pacific, attended meetings of the Council, etc., spent one night at Government House, Ottawa).Remarks: Semi-official.
1982 October n/a Stopover Visited the Lester B. Pearson College in British Columbia.
1983 (Accompanied by The Princess Wales)June 14 (Arr. 12:30 p.m.)July 1 (Dep. 5:00 p.m.) 18 Official N.S.: Halifax, Shelbourne/N.B., Saint John, Dalhousie, St-Andrews-by-the Sea, Dartmouth/Ottawa/Nfld,St. John's, Carbonear, Harbour Grace.PEI: Charlottetown, Montague, Summerside. Alberta: Edmonton for Official opening of 1983 World Universities Games Nfld: to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Sir Humphrey Gilbert having taken possession of Newfoundland in the name of Queen Elizabeth I.N.B.: Saint John, Charlo, Dalhousie, St-Andrews-by-the-Sea, Darmouth N.S.: Halifax, Shelbourne, Lunenburg to celebrate in these two provinces the 200th Anniversary of the United Empire Loyalists Remarks: First leg of cross-Canada tour of Royal Couple
1985 (Accompanied by The Princess of Wales)October 30 n/a Stopover Vancouver (en route to Australia)
1986 February 17 n/a Stopover Ottawa (en route to Texas)
1986 (Accompanied by The Princess of Wales)April 30May 7 8 Official Victoria, Vancouver, Prince George, Kamloops, Nanaimo Remarks: Second leg of cross-Canada tour of Royal Couple
1986 September 2 and 6 n/a Stopover Gander, en route to and return from USA (Boston and Chicago)
1991 (Accompanied by The Princess of Wales)October 23(Arr. 6:00 p.m.)October 29(Dep. 10:35 p.m.)(with Princes William and Henry in Toronto, October 22 to October 27) 7 Official Toronto, Sudbury, Niagara Falls, Kingston, Ottawa, Ontario
1996 April 23 (Arr. 1:45 p.m.)April 29 (Dep. 7:30 p.m.) 7 Official ON.: Ottawa, Toronto,MB: Churchill, Winnipeg NB: Fredericton, Saint John, Miramichi City, Caraquet
1998 (Accompanied by princes William and Henry)March 23March 28 6 Combined Vancouver, Whisler(Note: March 23 and 24 official engagements in Vancouver, followed by a private holiday in Whistler
2001 April 25 (Arr. 1:00 pm)April 30 (Dep. 9:50 am) 6 Official NCR; Regina, Moose Jaw, Assiniboia, Saskatoon, SK; Whitehorse, Mayo, YK

His Royal Highness The Duke of York

Date # of Days Purpose Location
Prince Andrew1976 July 16 (Arr. 5:00 p.m.)July 25 (Dep. midnight) 9 Official Joined The Queen, TRH The Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince of Wales, The Prince Edward and The Princess Anne for the XXI Olympic Games - Montréal, Bromont.
1977 July 7 (Arr. Afternoon)July 9 (Dep.) 2 Personal Joined HRH The Prince of Wales in Alberta to celebrate the signing of Treaty No. 7 and the Calgary Stampede.
1978 July 26 (Arr. 2:35 p.m.)Aug. 12 (Dep. 7:45 p.m.) 18 Official Arrived in St. John's, Nfld with the Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh and The Prince Edward and proceed with the G.G. to Ottawa for visit July 26 and 27 following which HRH went on a private visit in Ontario until Aug. 2; then Edmonton, Alta to attend XI Commonwealth Games Aug. 7 and 8 - Accompanied The Duke of Edinburgh to B.C. (Capt. Cook Festival, etc.) Aug. 8 (6:00 p.m.) They return to Edmonton, Alta for closing of Commonwealth Games.
1983 July 18Aug. 7 20 Personal Toronto, Peterborough and N.W. Territories - Canada excursion with students from Lakefield College.
1985 June 23July 1 9 Official Fredericton, Saint John, Sussex, N.B.; Halifax, Annapolis Royal, Digby, North Sydney, Sydney, N.S.; Peterborough, Ontario (bicentennial of Fredericton as Capital; bicentennial of incorporation of Saint John; bicentennial of Sydney; centennial of North Sydney; opening of activity centre at Peterborough Liftlock).
The Duke and Duchess of York1987 July 15July 25 11 Official Toronto (Queen's Plate), Thunder Bay, Niagara Falls, Mississauga (new Civic Centre) Cobourg (150th anniversary); Muskoka (retreat at McEachern's); Winnipeg (St. Boniface Gen. Hospital Research Centre); Edmonton, Medicine Hat (Stampede), Head-Smash-In-Buffalo Jump; Yellowknife.
The Duke and Duchess of York 1987 July 26 August 9 15 Personal Canoe expedition on Hanbury - Thelon River.
The Duke and Duchess of York1989 July 13July 25 13 Official Charlottetown, York, Souris, Basin Head, Fort Amherst National Park (Jamboree 89); Summerside; Quebec City, La Malbaie, Port au Saumon, Port au Persil, Baie Ste Catherine, Montréal, Hull; Ottawa; Prince Albert, Nipawin, Lac La Ronge, (private retreat), La Ronge, Meadow Lake, Saskatoon, Swift Current, Regina.
1991 (Duchess alone)November 6 November 11 5 Personal Toronto (Royal Agricultural Winter Fair) Sunnybrook - ALS; Toronto Sick Children Hospital - HIV).Ottawa (Dinner at 24 Sussex, Remembrance Day ceremony).
1992 (Duke alone)September 25 September 27 3 Personal Lakefield (Alumni Days) and Toronto.
1993 (Duke alone)September 20September 24 5 Personal Arrival at Ottawa. CFB Petawawa (to meet Canadian Airborne Regiment). Pembroke (to unveil a monument; visit a senior citizens home). Halifax (to visit Marcom; dinner at Government House).
1995 (Duke Alone)April 20April 22 2 Personal Toronto (Toronto Golf Club); Lakefield College (open new wing).
1997 October 23October 28 6 Personal Toronto and Lakefield College
1999 September 17 to 21 5 Personal Toronto, Ontario - To attend a fund-raising dinner as well as the Change of Command parade of The Queen's York Rangers Regiment; also visit to Lakefield College.
2000 September 28 to October 1 4 Personal Toronto, Ontario - In support of The Round Square Schools organization.
2001 January 26 and 27 2 Personal Toronto, Ontario - To visit a former Chaplain at Lakefield College whose health was rapidly deteriorating.
2003 May 6 to 12 7 Personal Vancouver, British Columbia - To present The Duke of Edinburgh's Awards; attend the Children Circle of Care Conference; turn the sod for the new mental health building of the British Columbia Children Hospital Toronto, Ontario - To visit with The Queen's York Rangers; meet with trustees at Lakefield College, visit the Regent Park Duke of York Public School.
2003 June 12 to 17 6 Personal Toronto, Ontario - To visit Lakefield College; lunch with the Empire Club of Canada; visit the Greenwood School. Victoria, British Columbia - attend the Pearson College of the Pacific.

Their Royal Highnesses The Earl and Countess of Wessex

Date # of Days Purpose Location
1976 July 13 (Arr. 9:15 a.m.)July 25 (Dep. midnight) 13 Official Accompanied Her Majesty, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince of Wales and The Princess Anne to the XXI Olympic Games in Montréal.
1978 July 26 (Arr. 2:35 p.m.)Aug. 6 (Dep. 6:00 p.m.) 12 Official Arrived in St. John's, Nfld with Her Majesty, The Duke of Edinburgh and The Prince Andrew. July 28, Stephenville Airport, Nfld for Regina (goes to Qu'Appelle Valley; Moose Jaw, Saskatoon, Lloydminster, Sask; then to Edmonton, Alta. Commonwealth Games; overnight trail ride up the Tonquin Valley; returned to London with Her Majesty on Aug. 6.
1987 June 24 (Arr. 5:10 p.m.) 1 Official Fredericton, N.B. (private, for Duke of Edinburgh's Award). Halifax, Truro, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Charlottetown, Brudenell, Cavendish, Mont Carmel, Malpeque, CFB Summerside, Prince Edward Island.
1988 June 4 (Arr 2:30 p.m.)June 11 (dep 3:15 p.m.) 8 Combined Ottawa (gala evening ball for Duke of Edinburgh Award; heraldry ceremony).Toronto (private visit for the 25th anniversary of the Duke of Edinburgh Award in Canada). Newfoundland (100 years of municipal government): St. John's, Deer Lake, Corner Brook; dedication of Gros Morne National Park as a World Heritage Site.
1989 Sep. 18(Arr. BA 93 at 6:00 p.m.) Sep. 21(Arr. BA 83 at 8:00 p.m.) n/a Personnal Toronto, Ontario: premiere of "Phantom of the Opera"
1990 July 5 (Arr. at 6:10 p.m.)July 8 (Dep. at 8:00 p.m.) 6 Official Winnipeg: opening of Western Canada Summer Games. St. Malo: picnic and senior citizens home. Gillam: visit to Limestone Power Plant. Churchill: visit to Eskimo Museum and whale watching.
1991 Oct. 23Oct. 26 n/a Personnal Montréal, Calgary and Vancouver (fund raising dinners, Gold award presentations), Victoria (Commonwealth Games organizers).
1992 May 3May 7 4 Personal St. John's (Duke of Edinburgh's Awards), Churchill Falls, Goose Bay (Sir Wilfred Grenfell 100th Anniversary).
1993 March 26April 15 21 Personal For Duke of Edinburgh's Awards presentation and fund raising (Winnipeg 26/3; Edmonton 27/3; Vancouver 28/3; Toronto 10+11/4; London 12/4; Fredericton 13/4; Halifax 14/4)For Commonwealth Games (Victoria 29/3).Private ski holiday in the Rockies 29/3 to April 10).
1993 September 30October 3 4 Personal Toronto (to raise funds for Victoria Commonwealth Games Society).Victoria (meeting of Assembly of Commonwealth Games Federation; visit sites for 1994 Games; Duke of Edinburgh's Award in British Columbia).
1994 August 13August 29 17 Personal Regina (Duke of Edinburgh's Award, Globe Theatre), Fort Qu'Appelle (Indian Reserve); Calgary (Duke of Edinburgh's Award); Victoria (Commonwealth Games), Kelowna (Duke of Edinburgh's Award).
1996 June 23June 24 n/a Personnal Gold Award Ceremony for The Duke of Edinburgh's Award, Toronto Filming of HRH for Charter for Business Video; media launch for the Charter for Business at CN Tower
1999 March 9and 10 2 Personal British Columbia - Vancouver Gold Award Ceremony for The Duke of Edinburgh's Award;Reception and Dinner for Charter for Business
2000 June 4 to June 6 3 Personal Montréal for His Royal Highness' personal business)
2000 June 25 to June 27 3 Personal Vancouver (for His Royal Highness' personal business)
2000 July 14 to July 16 3 Combined Prince Edward Island. Arrive at Charlottetown Airport by CF Airbus at 1500 hours on July 14 and leave on CF Airbus for Montréal at 1700 hours on July 16; arrival ceremony at Province House; "Emily" performance at Confederation Centre of the Arts on July 14. Visit to Rodd Brudenell River Resort; concert at St. Mary's Church, Indian River; visit of Cavendish Farms Processing Plant, New Annan; visit of Gateway Village, Borden-Carleton; federal dinner at Delta Prince Edward Hotel on July 15. Morning Prayer at St. Peter's Cathedral and visit of All Souls' Chapel; luncheon at Fanningbank/Government House; visit to Confederation Birthplace Commemorative Park; official opening of the 39th annual Canadian Branch Conference of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association and reception with delegates and families at Fanningbank on July 16.
2000 July 16 to July 18 3 Personal Montréal (The Duke of Edinburgh's Award in Canada - Young Canadians Challenge)
2000 July 18 1 Personal Halifax and St. John's (The Duke of Edinburgh's Award in Canada - Young Canadians Challenge)
2001 August 2 to 5 4 Personal Edmonton, Alberta - To attend the 8th IAAF World Championship in Athletics.
2002 September 5 to 8 4 Personal Ontario - on behalf of the Duke of Edinburgh's Awards.
2002 September 20 to 24 4 Personal Toronto and Ottawa for a series of functions on behalf of the Duke of Edinburgh's Awards Program.
2003 June 18 to 25 8 Personal Saskatchewan - To attend the centennial celebrations of Regina, Moose Jaw and Lloydminster; visit Prince Albert to inaugurate the city's cultural centre; open the new Saskatchewan Indian Federated College facility at the University of Regina.
2005 May 31 to June 8 9 Personal Charlottetown, Saint John, N.B. and Fox Harbour on behalf of the Duke of Edinburgh's Awards.
2006 June 1 to 9 9 Personal Calgary, Spruce Meadows, Calgary Stampede,  Ricky Mountains Cadet Camp, Edmonton, Vancouver and Victoria, Duke of Edinburgh's Awards and various personal projects.
2007 October 9 to 14 6 Personal Montreal, Ottawa, Charlottetown and Halifax on behalf of the Duke of Edinburgh's Awards.

Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal (The Princess Anne)

Date # of Days Purpose Location
1970 (With Her Majesty and The Duke of Edinburgh)March 2March 3 n/a Stopover Ottawa, Vancouver.
1970 (With Her Majesty and The Duke of Edinburgh)May 10 n/a Stopover Vancouver.
1970 (With Her Majesty and The Duke of Edinburgh and Prince of Wales)July 5 (Arr. 10:45 p.m.)July 15 (Dep. 11:30 p.m.) 10 Official Manitoba, Northwest Territories - To participate in the Centennial of the N.W.T. and in the 100th Anniversary of Manitoba's entry into the Confederation.
1971 (With Her Majesty and The Duke of Edinburgh)May 3 (Arr. 11:05 a.m.)May 12 (Dep. 9:00 a.m.) 9 Official Victoria, Vancouver, Tofino, Kelowna, Vernon, Penticton, William Lake, Comox. To mark the Centenary Anniversary of British Columbia into the Confederation of Canada.
1974 (With Capt. Mark Phillips)Jan. 25Jan. 27 3 Official Ottawa and Hull.
1974 (With Capt. Mark Phillips)Nov. 15Nov. 18 4 Personal Toronto (Royal Agricultural Winter Fair), Hamilton.
1976 (With Capt. Mark Phillips)July 1July 26 n/a Stopover Participated in the Montréal Olympics, as members of the British Olympic Equestrian Team.
1979 Nov. 12 (Arr. 5:30 p.m.)Nov. 18 (Dep. 8:45 p.m.) 6 Official Arrived in Ottawa; Kingston, Toronto, Owen Sound, Ottawa (while in Toronto attended "Kick for Cansave" and Cansave College Bowl Dinner).Remarks: Visit to Canadian regiments in Kingston, Owen Sound, Ottawa.
1982 July 4 (Arr. 7:00 p.m.)July 17 (Dep. 7:00 p.m.) 14 Official Ottawa. Yukon: Haynes Junction, Kluane Park, Whitehorse. Sask.: Regina (centennial of St. Paul's Cathedral), Wilcox, Gravelbourg (centennial), Estevan (centennial),Alameda (centennial), Moosomin (centennial), Saskatoon (centennial)Manitoba: Winnipeg, Brandon, Selkirk.
1986 June 20June 26 7 Personal Calgary sites of 1988 Winter Olympics (as President of British Olympic Association).Toronto, Guelph (to inaugurate Guelph Equine Research Centre);N.B.: Fredericton, Hartland, Grand Falls, St-Léonard, CFB Cagetown (to visit 8th Canadian Hussars).Note: Capt. M. Phillips in Toronto at the time of the Royal Visit there.
1988 Feb. 12Feb. 22 10 Personal Attended the XVth Winter Olympic Games in Calgary, as President of the British Olympic Association.
1988 Nov. 16Nov. 18 3 Personal For the Toronto Royal Agricultural Winter Fair.
1991 June 30July 6 7 Official NFLD: St. John's (75th anniversary of Beaumont-Hamel; meeting with Royal Newfoundland Regiment); St. Anthony; L'Anse-aux-Meadows; Red Bay; Corner Brook. N.S: Halifax (Gathering of the Clans); Dartmouth (Black Community Centre); Pictou.
1993 June 29June 30[cancelled at the last minute due to technical problems with BA aircraft] n/a Personal Ottawa (for the International Meeting of World Chartered Institute of Transport).
1998 June 25 to June 28 4 Personal Fredericton, Moncton(for the 125th Anniversary of the8th Canadian Hussars).
1999 July 22 to July 27 6 Personal Manitoba for the XIII PAN AM Games.
2003 August 29 to September 1 4 Personal Kingston, Ontario - To visit with the Canadian Forces Communications and Electronics Branch of which Her Royal Highness is Colonel-in-Chief. Ottawa - Charity work(Red R).
2004 June 4 to June 8 5 Private Regina (60th Anniversary of D-Day, Visit the Royal Regina Rifles) Toronto (Monarchist League of Canada, Commonwealth Study Conference)

Her Royal Highness The Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon

Date # of Days Purpose Location
1955 Jan. 31 n/a Stopover Stopover at Dorval, aircraft refuelling; En route to Jamaica for a tour of the West Indies.
1958 July 12 (Arr. 9:20 a.m.)Aug. 11 (Dep. 11:00 p.m.) 31 Official Peace River Gorge below Fort St. John, Comox, Courtenay, re-constructed Fort Langley, Prince George, Quesnel and William Lake, Okanagan, Victoria, Vancouver, Abbotsford, Royal Roads, Kelowna, Kamloops, Vernon, Penticton, Chilliwack, Banff and Prince Albert Parks, Calgary, Toronto, Niagara Falls, (including Shakespearian Festival at Stratford), Galt, Hamilton, Ottawa, Hull, Montréal, Québec, Fredericton, Yarmouth, Digby, Annapolis Valley and Halifax.
1967 (With Lord Snowdon)Oct. 5Oct. 12 8 Official Toronto (To attend a Ball for fund raising purpose, organized by the Canadian Cancer Society Auxiliary of the Princess Margaret Hospital and Lodge) Montréal (Expo 1967).
1971 (With Lord Snowdon)Sept. 24 (Arr. 5:35 p.m.)Sept. 26 (Dep. 10:05 p.m.) 3 Personal Winnipeg. To open the new Winnipeg Art Gallery.
1974 (With Lord Snowdon)May 9 (Arr. 10:00 p.m.)May 14 (Dep. 4:30 p.m.) 5 Official Winnipeg. To take part in the Centennial Celebrations of the City of Winnipeg.
1980 July 18 (Arr. 3:00 p.m.)July 28 (Dep. 10:05 a.m.) 10 Official Visit to Sask. and Alb. - marking 75th Anniv. of their entry into Confederation. (Sun. July 20 - 10:00 a.m. left Ottawa for Saskatoon) (Sun. July 27 Arr. Ottawa at 10:15 p.m. stayed at 7 Rideau Gate and left July 28 at 10:00 p.m. for London).
1981 July 6 (Arr. 2:00 p.m.)July 13 (Dep. 2:15 p.m.) 8 Official Visit to Ontario.(Ottawa, Toronto, Cambridge, Timmins, Gravenhurst).
1986 July 10 (Arr. 4:45 p.m.)July 16 (Dep. 9:00 a.m.) 7 Official Visit to British Columbia for Expo 86.
1988 July 5July 12 8 Official Visit to Halifax (presentation of new colours to Princess Louise Fusiliers); to Sambro (unveiling of a memorial for Fishermen lost at sea); Canning (75th anniversary of N.S. Women's Institute); to Toronto (running of the Queen's Plate Stakes; new Aquatics Wing of Variety Village); to Hamilton (at Royal Botanical Garden; civic luncheon; visit to Dofasco); to Bowmanville (reopening of restored Town Hall); depart from Peterborough Municipal Airport.
1993 November 8November 12 5 Personal Toronto (Royal Agricultural Winter Fair; new facilities at Princess Margaret's Hospital)
1996July 10July 14 5 Personal Visit to Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, and the re-opening of The Princess Margaret Junior School in Etobicoke

Her Royal Highness Princess Alice (Dowager Duchess of Gloucester)

Date # of Days Purpose Location
1963 Sep. 18Sep. 26 9 Personal Ottawa - Toronto.

His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester

Date # of Days Purpose Location
1990 May 7May 10 4 Personal Ottawa, Toronto and Halifax, in connection with his work as Grand Prior of the Order of Saint John.

Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Kent

Date # of Days Purpose Location
1968 July 3July 8 6 Personal Calgary - (To open Calgary Stampede).
1975 June 26 (Arr. 3:30 p.m.)June 29 (Dep. 9:00 p.m.) 3 Personal Toronto; 116th Running of the Queen's Plate, Woodbine, Toronto, June 28.
1979 May 3 (Arr. 17:00 p.m.)May 4 (Dep. 8:00 p.m.) 2 Personal Toronto, Brampton, Ontario - To visit as Colonel-in-Chief of the Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment).
1991 March 4 (Duchess alone)March 6 3 Personal Toronto - for the 40th anniversary of the National Ballet.
1991 Sept. 13 (Duke alone)Sept. 16 4 Personal Toronto, Brampton (to meet the Lorne Scots), Brockville.
1998 October(Duke alone) n/a Stopover Mont-Tremblant (VIII Commonwealth Study Conference)
2000 November 23 to 26 4 Personal Vancouver, British Columbia - To attend the dedication ceremony of the Waveney Lifeboat "White Rose of Yorkshire".
2001 October 19 to 21 3 Personal Toronto, Ontario - Personal engagements

Their Royal Highnesses Prince and Princess Michael of Kent

Date # of Days Purpose Location
1980 Feb. 20 (Arr. 3:00 p.m.)Feb. 21 (Dep. 7:00 p.m.) n/a Stopover Stop over in Montréal en route to Lake Placid for Winter Olympics.
1982 Nov. 14 (Arr. 2:30 p.m.)Nov. 17 (Dep. 6:00 p.m.) 3 Personal To open and carry out other engagements in connection with The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair (Toronto) Nov. 14, 15 and 16. On Nov. 17 leave for New York and stay with friends; fly back to London direct from New York on Nov. 23.
1984 (Prince Michael alone)Feb. 22 (Arr. 3:25 p.m.)Feb. 25 (Dep. 10:30 a.m.) for New York City 4 Official Halifax, Sydney, Baddeck (to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the first powered flight in the British Empire), Louisbourg.
1992 (Prince Michael alone)November 8 November 14 7 Personal Knowlton (visit to Bombardier), Edmonton (Remembrance Day, Canadian Finals Rodeo), Lake Louise (private time), Calgary (regimental events).
1996 June 2June 3 n/a Stopover At the invitation of Bombardier Inc. In Montréal
2002 March 13 to 24 12 Personal Engagements in the Greater Toronto Area, Windsor, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver and Victoria. Prince Michael was also welcomed to his new duties as Colonel-in-Chief of The Essex and Kent Scottish Regiment in Windsor.
2002 June 21 to 25 5 Personal Engagements in Toronto (Queen's Plate at Woodbine)
2003 July 31 to August 6 7 Personal Kenora, Manitoba - To celebrate the Centenary and re-opening of the Lake of the Woods Yacht Club and the Grand Opening of the Leo Mol phase 3 (a formal garden).
2004 October 13 toOctober 18 6 Private Windsor (opening of new joint Windsor Armoury and Police training facility)

Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy

Date # of Days Purpose Location
1959 (Princess Alexandra)Aug. 8 (Arr. 4:30 p.m.)Aug. 11 (Dep. 11:15 a.m.) 4 Personal Vancouver and Victoria en route to Fiji and Australia
1967 (Princess Alexandra and Angus Ogilvy)May 14June 16 27 Official Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria, Banff, Calgary, Edmonton, Whitehorse, Yellowknife, Jasper, Hay River, Regina, Brandon, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Montréal.
1967 (Princess Alexandra and Angus Ogilvy)Oct. 16Oct. 19 4 Personal Toronto (To carry out on behalf of the British Government a programme in connection with the British Week held in Toronto).
1973 (Princess Alexandra and Angus Ogilvy)July 19July 23 5 Personal Halifax, Picton, Chester - To participate in celebrations marking the arrival of the Ship "Hector" with the first Scottish settlers.
1980 (Princess Alexandra)April 25 (Arr. 1:30 p.m.)May 4 (Dep. 2:05 p.m.) 10 Official Ottawa (stopover), Toronto (120th Anniv. of the Queen's Own Rifles of Canada); Victoria, B.C. (The Canadian Scottish Regiment) and Nanaimo, B.C.
1985 (Princess Alexandra and Angus Ogilvy)Nov. 6Nov. 10 5 Official Toronto - CFB Borden - Ottawa.125th Anniversary of the Queen's Own Rifles; Opening of the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair; dinner with the Governor General at Rideau Hall.
1986 (Princess Alexandra and Angus Ogilvy)Oct. 21Oct. 22 2 Stopover Overnight stop in Gander, en route to USA (stay at Albatros Hotel).
1988 (Princess Alexandra and Angus Ogilvy)Nov. 21 n/a Stopover Refuelling stop in Gander, on way back to United Kingdom.
1989 (Princess Alexandra)Sept. 20: on AC 851(arr. Vancouver 6:15 p.m)Sept. 25: on AC850(dep. Vancouver 8:30 p.m) 6 Personal Victoria, B.C. 75th anniversary of The Canadian Scottish Regiment.
1992 (Princess Alexandra & Sir Angus Ogilvy)November 7November 8 2 Stopover Overnight stop in St. John's on way back from St. Lucia.

Her Royal Highness Princess Patricia (Lady Patricia Ramsay) (Died (12-01-74)

Date # of Days Purpose Location
1964 Sep. 17Sep. 23 7 Official Edmonton - To celebrate the Jubilee of the Princess Patricia's Light Infantry Regiment.

Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal (The Princess Mary) (Died 28-03-65)

Date # of Days Purpose Location
1955 Sept. 29Oct. 25 - (Dep. 11:00 a.m.) 26 Official Québec, Montréal, Kingston, Fort Henry Ottawa, Hull, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Malton, Ontario - Winnipeg, St. Boniface, Manitoba - Victoria, B.C. Vancouver.
1962 June 13 - (Arr. 7:00 p.m.)June 28 - (Dep. 6:00 p.m.) 15 Official Victoria, Vancouver, Trenton, Kingston, Toronto, Ottawa, Québec - To present new colours earned in Second World War by Canadian Scottish Regiment. Princess Mary is Colonel-in-Chief.
1964 Sept. 19 - (Arr. 1:00 p.m.)Sept. 29 - (Dep. 11:00 p.m.) 11 Official Newfoundland - To commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the departure from St. John's of first contingent of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment. The Princess is Colonel-in-Chief.

Her Royal Highness The Dowager Duchess of Kent (Died 27-8-1968)

Date # of Days Purpose Location
1954 Aug. 22 (Arr. 11:00 a.m.)Sep. 14 24 Official Quebec City, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Chatham, Windsor, London, Ontario; Saint John, Fredericton, Newcastle, N.B.; Montréal

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