Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, landed in Toronto yesterday afternoon to begin the Ontario leg of their Canadian tour.
Charles walked down the steps first, followed by his wife, and the couple shook hands with provincial dignitaries, including Premier Dalton McGuinty and his wife, and Lt.-Gov. David Onley.
The royals attended a government reception last night to kick off their three-day Ontario visit.
Camilla will visit the Royal Conservatory of Music and be treated to a brief performance by three young musicians.
But before the tour got underway, the royal couple remembered Newfoundland and Labrador’s war dead at a touching ceremony in St. John’s.
Prince Charles laid a wreath at the province’s National War Memorial as Camilla and others stood quietly.
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