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I think that it would be a new bag of the Queen?I have not seen Her Majesty wore some bag like this before.
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Queen Elizabeth II wishes Saskatchewan happy centennial before heading to neighboring Alberta

The Associated Press Queen Elizabeth II smiles at the crowd while attending the Government House centenial project addition Friday, May 20, 2005 in Regina, Canada. (AP Photo/Canadian Press, Paul Chiasson)
REGINA, Saskatchewan Queen Elizabeth II wished the western province of Saskatchewan a fond 100th birthday on Friday by paying tribute to its pioneers, including a former Canadian premier.

The queen is the head of state in Canada, a member of the British Commonwealth of former colonies and was making her 22nd visit, along with her husband Prince Philip.

"During the past four days, Prince Philip and I have caught glimpses of your ancestors' dreams that have been brought to life, not by accident, but through determination, perseverance and hard work," the queen said in French.

She recalled being greeted by then-premier Tommy Douglas, founder of Canada's universal health care system, during her first visit to Regina in 1951.

A member of the group People For the Ethical Treatment of Animals, dressed in a bear costume, attended each of the queen's public events, but was the only high-profile sign of protest.

Allison Ezell said she wants to draw attention to the use of bear fur on the hats worn by her household guards. She caught Prince Philip's attention Thursday as he noticed her placard that read: Bear skins are for bears, not for guards.

"He read it out loud, he smiled and he came right into my face and said: `What happens when the bear dies?'" Ezell said. "I'm not sure what he meant by that."



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Old 05-23-2005, 02:54 PM
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Allison Ezell said she wants to draw attention to the use of bear fur on the hats worn by her household guards. She caught Prince Philip's attention Thursday as he noticed her placard that read: Bear skins are for bears, not for guards.

"He read it out loud, he smiled and he came right into my face and said: `What happens when the bear dies?'" Ezell said. "I'm not sure what he meant by that."
Well, I assume he meant that the bear didn't need its skin when it was dead. Not exactly rocket science. The question is the way the bear dies - I wonder if Prince Philip was talking about bears dying naturally, because the whole point of this argument is that of killing animals for their fur.
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I dont think the fur is taken from bears that die naturally. Licences are issued by the Canadian wildlife authority to kill a certain number of bears every year.
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Today the Queen was at the official welcome ceremony at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Alberta. The Queen opened the stadium for the Commonwealth Games in 1978.
It was raining but not as bad as the Saskatchewan welcoming ceremony. Though the some of the events like the fly past had to be cancelled.
Who'd have thought it rained so much out in the west! It is May though.

Alberta's Premier Ralph Klein and his wife arrived first followed by the Queen and Prince Philip.
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Though the some of the events like the fly past had to be cancelled.
Humera, I don't think the flypast was cancelled after all. It sounded like it happened when HM and HRH stepped onto the dais to watch the performances although the cameras didn't seem to catch it.
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Despite the rain there was a huge crowd and everyone was cheering.
Its too bad the ceremony had to be cut short. I was looking at footage from 1978 of the Queen opening the Commonwealth Games and it was such a contrast to today, a sunny day with a packed stadium.
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Humera, I don't think the flypast was cancelled after all. It sounded like it happened when HM and HRH stepped onto the dais to watch the performances although the cameras didn't seem to catch it.
really? They said on the CBC that it was cancelled and it wasnt shown on tv either.
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the Queen cut a giant birthday cake shaped like the Alberta Legislature
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there is a dinner tonight for the Queen but I dont think its being broadcast.
The royal couple will be at the Alberta legislature tomorrow where the Queen will take the throne for the first time and make a speech.
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Thousands brave wind and rain to be with Queen at party in Edmonton stadium

Canadian Press Photo: Queen Elizabeth II smiles after cutting a cake representing the Alberta Legislature during rainy Alberta...



EDMONTON (CP) - Pouring rain and gusty winds forced organizers of a bash for Queen Elizabeth to cut short their program Monday, but thousands still braved the weather for an afternoon stadium party in celebration of Alberta's 100th birthday.
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Dance displays had to be cancelled because the stage at Commonwealth Stadium couldn't be kept dry. Organizers also scrambled to cover chairs in the pavilion at the centre of the football field with plastic to make sure the seats for the Queen and Prince Philip didn't get wet.

"It's disappointing. We've planned for this. We really wanted to make it a wonderful celebration," said Beryl Cullum, one of the spokespeople for Alberta's 2005 centennial celebrations.

Further complicating the job of organizers, one of the four huge guns that was used for the planned 21-gun salute was involved in a traffic accident on its way to the stadium.

The field artillery piece was being towed, with the barrel facing backwards, by a truck through Edmonton streets when it was rear-ended by another military vehicle in the convoy.

"The barrel went right through the windshield (of the second vehicle)," said Edmonton police Sgt. Joan Ashmore.

One person was slightly injured. The military used the three remaining guns to carry out the salute.

Another accident was narrowly averted when Alberta Premier Ralph Klein nearly poked the Queen with his umbrella. As she was cutting the Alberta birthday cake, Klein leaned toward her in a seeming attempt to catch something she said.

One of the points of the umbrella momentarily caught her furry, Cossack-style hat.

The stadium became a sea of brightly coloured rain gear as people poured into their seats. Giant speakers were covered in plastic.

"The weather is horrible, the event is beautiful," said Michael Fedorietz, who recalled Queen Elizabeth's 1978 visit to the stadium for the Commonwealth Games.

"She looks fantastic," said Fedorietz, comparing the two visits.

Harvey Diduch, a former bandsman, was sympathetic to the musicians performing in the cold and wet.

"I really feel for the guys and women out there playing," he said.

Still, it was worth it for him to put on his rain suit and join the crowd.

"When she's in town, it creates a buzz, and I love to feel it," he said.

The afternoon wrapped up with a brief set by Alberta icon Ian Tyson, who welcomed many of those whose performances had been cancelled to join in a sing-along version of his anthem, Four Strong Winds.



Among those singing with Tyson were actor Paul Gross, Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Bill Bourne and Corb Lund.

The royal couple resumed their duties Monday after a weekend spent relaxing in the Rocky Mountain resort town of Jasper, Alta., in the heart of Jasper National Park.

After landing in Edmonton on Monday, they were whisked to Commonwealth Stadium, where about 25,000 people gathered for the official celebration of Alberta's centenary.

About 50,000 free tickets for the event had been given out, leaving about half the stadium empty.

Original plans for the event included 1,500 singers, dancers and musicians. Performers from jazz to country to hip-hop and classical were slated to perform.

Later Monday, Klein announced the government would rename a 260-kilometre stretch of highway between Calgary and Edmonton - Alberta's busiest highway - in honour of the Queen.

The Queen Elizabeth II Highway will be the only one in Canada named for the current monarch and will be longest in the country named for any member of the royal family.

"This just goes to show we don't do things by half measures in Alberta," Klein said.

On Tuesday, the Queen's schedule includes re-dedicating Alberta's Provincial Museum at a splashy if unusual party featuring the facility's exotic insect display.

Then, for the first time, the monarch was to take the throne at the Alberta legislature to make a speech and tour the manicured grounds perched above the North Saskatchewan River.

Later Tuesday, Prime Minister Paul Martin and his wife will dine with the royal couple, the prime minister's office announced Monday.

The Queen is scheduled to do a walkabout in downtown Edmonton on Wednesday before travelling to Calgary, where she'll tour the Museum of the Regiments and attend a western-style pageant at the city's giant hockey arena, the Pengrowth Saddledome. The Queen and Prince Philip are scheduled to return to England on Wednesday.



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well I didnt know the PM was going to have dinner with the Queen.
I guess he can afford to do so now that his government is secure, atleast for the time being.
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