After arriving in Victoria, British Columbia, the royals will visit British Columbia’s Parliament Buildings and then meet with Syrian refugees at the immigration Services Society.
A trip to the Great Bear Rainforest and the unveiling of a new plaque as a tribute to Canadian veterans who have fought in the Afghanistan conflict are also part of their itinerary.
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Of course, the royal pair will be focusing on charity work as they will be heading to the Downtown East Side to see the Shelway charity which offers support to vulnerable mothers dealing with addiction and other issues.
The Duke and Duchess’ next stop is a reception for young leaders in arts, sports, charity, business and film and a visit to the Kitsilano Coastguard Station to meet first responders, including members of the police, fire service and social workers.
This will mark the royal family’s first official tour, as well as Charlotte’s first official engagement.
Prince George went on his first official tour in Australia and New Zealand when he was nine months old.