Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh had a successful three-day tour to Nova Scotia, from June 27 to June 30.
Highlights of the Royal Visit included the official welcome at Garrison Grounds, the International Fleet Review as part of Canadian Naval Centennial, and a tour of a Mi'kmaq Cultural Village to mark Membertou 400 anniversary celebrations.
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh also unveiled plaques commemorating the 100 anniversary of the navy and the historical significance of HMCS Sackville, Canada's Naval Memorial. The Royal Couple attended a Celebration of Nova Scotia reception in honour of Nova Scotians from all walks of life who were recognized for contributions to their communities.
The Queen planted an oak tree outside Government House to commemorate their visit and the Royal Couple participated in several walkabouts.