Royal visit: Are you looking forward to William and Kate's Canadian tour?
Prince William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, will visit Canada from June 30 to July 8. (Alastair Grant/Associated Press)
Prince William and Kate's visit to Canada will include stops in Ottawa, Calgary, Montreal, Quebec City, Yellowknife, Charlottetown, and Summerside, P.E.I., the prime minister's office says.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are set to visit Canada from June 30 to July 8.
So far their destinations include:
- Ottawa: June 30 - July 2.
- Montreal: July 2.
- Quebec City: July 3.
- Charlottetown: July 3 - July 4.
- Summerside: July 4.
- Yellowknife: July 4 - July 6.
- Calgary: July 6 - July 8.
The trip is the couple's first official royal tour as newlyweds, and presents "an opportunity for all Canadians to take pride in our traditions, history and institutions," Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Monday.
Are you looking forward to the royal couple's visit? If they're visiting your hometown, do you expect to attend any of their special events? What does their choice of Canada for their first official tour say about the relationship between this country and the U.K.? Please share your comments in the field below.
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