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Prince Charles' Charities Front and Centre During Royal Tour

Prince Charles and Camilla have their fans, but others might wonder what difference the monarchy makes in this town. So this afternoon, His Royal Highness stopped by two Toronto charities -- the Yonge Street Mission and "U For Change." Both visits highlighted the Prince's charity efforts in our country -- where he has his own organization called the Prince's Charities Canada. Joining Here and Now in studio was Matthew Rowe.He's with the Prince's Charities Canada and has been following the royal couple on their tour. Listen audio (runs 6:04)

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