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Old 05-22-2005, 12:23 AM
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The Queen and Prince Philip are spending a private weekend in a cottage in Jasper, Alberta. They'll be surrounded by plenty of beautiful scenery offered by the Canadian Rockies and Jasper National Park.
They will also attend the chapel pictured below tomorrow.
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21 May 2005
QUEEN IS SAVAGED BY BEAR
ARMY HELMETS DEMO
By Jane Kerr, Royal Reporter
THE Queen grinned and beared it yesterday after being confronted by an anti-fur protester.

Alison Ezell, dressed as a grizzly, seized the chance to condemn the use of bear skins to make busbies for guardsmen as the Queen and Prince Philip passed by.

But while the Queen diplomatically refused to be drawn into the protest, Prince Philip was his forthright self during the lighthearted encounter in Saskatoon, Canada.

Alison, 24, said later: "The Duke came up close to me and asked: '`What happens when the bear dies?' She added: "I think he was being playful."

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The encounter with placard-carrying Alison came outside the University of Saskatchewan's Synchrotron, one of Canada's biggest science projects.

Alison, a member of People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals, has vowed to stalk the royal couple throughout their nine-day official visit to the states of Saskatchewan and Alberta.

The Ministry of Defence is testing the use of synthetic fur for the guards' headgear. However, real bear skin has so far proved superior as it is lighter and waterproof.

During her visit, the Queen has met Naked Gun film star Leslie Neilsen, who was born in Saskatchewan's capital Regina, and singer Joni Mitchell.
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Thanks for these pictures. Her Majesty looks beautiful and happy. :)

That resort is wonderful! I want to go there too!
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From http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNew...hub=TopStoriesSome 1,000 gathered to greet the royal couple, among them several children eager to present the Queen with bouquets.

One toddler prompted laughter when she lay down on the pavement as the Queen approached.

"She was going for a beetle and she dropped her flowers. It was pretty funny," explained seven-year-old Tannis Potter.

Prince Philip wondered aloud if her parents were watching.

"Anyone claim that?" he asked with a smile.

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From http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNew...hub=TopStoriesSome 1,000 gathered to greet the royal couple, among them several children eager to present the Queen with bouquets.

One toddler prompted laughter when she lay down on the pavement as the Queen approached.

"She was going for a beetle and she dropped her flowers. It was pretty funny," explained seven-year-old Tannis Potter.

Prince Philip wondered aloud if her parents were watching.

"Anyone claim that?" he asked with a smile.

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oh my god that is such a funny picture!
You can see Prince Philip roaring with laughter in the background!
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The cabin the Queen and Prince Philip are staying in is the same one that the Queen's parents stayed in 1939 (first pic). Though it has been rebuilt since.
The church the couple attended today usually gets 50 worshippers but 150 were in attendance today.
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More pictures from today.
I've wanted to go to Alberta ever since I saw pictures of Banff but now I have to add Jasper to my list. I think the province as some of the most beautiful scenery to offer in Canada.
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Order of the path for the royal flower girl
By Caroline Davies in Jasper
(Filed: 23/05/2005)

When you are two years old, waiting patiently for the Queen can be a tiresome business. Brynn Noble had been given a flower to present to the Queen who was attending Sunday service in a mountain town in the Canadian Rockies.

Brynn Noble lies in front of the Queen as she leaves church with the Bishop of Edmonton
As the smiling monarch walked slowly out of St Mary and St George's Anglican church in Jasper yesterday, Brynn decided enough was enough. She toddled into the Queen's path, and lay down.

The Queen, accompanied by the Rt Rev Victoria Matthews, the first female bishop to lead the Queen in a church service, was forced to step around her, while Prince Philip roared with laughter behind.

Unfazed, little Brynn continued to roll at the Queen's feet, before finally sticking her tongue out and scampering back to her parents, Maggie and Todd.

"We told her to wait for the Queen and she had hold of a flower for her," said her mother.

"But she decided to break free from the crowd and just lay down to wait. The Queen seemed to think it was very amusing."

The Jasper Park Lodge Hotel: the Royal couple are staying in the 2,000-a-night Outlook Cabin
Brynn's encounter took place as the Queen enjoyed a private two-day break in the vast wilderness of Canada's Jasper National Park, midway through her nine-day tour of Canada.

With elks, wolves and bears roaming freely around its glittering lakes and dense forest, it was a spot that had enchanted her parents on their cross-Canada tour 66 years ago.

Although she was staying in a "rustic" lakeside cabin, she was hardly roughing it. The Outlook Cabin at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge is among the most luxurious accommodation in Canada.

It is built on the spot of the original Outlook Cabin, where her parents George VI and Queen Elizabeth stayed during their 1939 Canadian tour, the first by a reigning monarch, and a journey that endeared the country to the late Queen Mother.

George VI and Queen Elizabeth at the Outlook Cabin in 1939
That cabin was destroyed by fire in 2000 but was rebuilt, at a cost exceeding 1 million a year later. The 2,000-a-night cabin is set deep in woodland and has six bedrooms. Decorated with Italian marble and native granite, it is one of the hotel's signature "cabins", whose occupants have included Bing Crosby, Robert Mitchum and Marilyn Monroe, who filmed River of no Return in Jasper.

The itinerary for the 79-year-old Queen is lighter than those of her previous 21 tours of Canada. Having spent four days helping the western prairie province of Saskatchewan celebrate the centennial of its joining the Canadian Confederation, she has been enjoying a two-day "private" break before doing the same for neighbouring Alberta.

The church service was the only glimpse Jasper's 4,600 residents had of their royal visitor, and provided the first opportunity for the Supreme Governor of the Church of England to be led in prayers by a female bishop.

As Canada's first woman bishop, Miss Matthews, the Anglican Bishop of Edmonton, Alberta, confessed she was a "little nervous" and confided that she had once met Prince Philip on a previous royal visit to Canada when she was 15.

After re-charging her batteries, the Queen's next official duties begin today with the cutting of Alberta's centennial cake at a ceremony in Edmonton. She will spend exactly 44 hours in the city, famous for having the world's largest shopping mall, and Edmonton is determined to shine. Preparations for its centennial celebrations have been under way for two and a half years.

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Cheeky Toddler Stages Royal Sit-in

Toddler Brynn Noble turned a royal walkabout into a Rocky Mountain sit-in when she sat down in front of the Queen.

Two-year-old Brynn had been waiting to give the Queen a flower outside church in Jasper, Alberta, during the royal tour of Canada.

First Brynn sat down, then she laid down and rolled over.

The Queen pointed to the toddler and smiled while the Duke of Edinburgh roared with laughter.

Bishop of Edmonton, the Rt Rev Victoria Matthews patted the Jasper youngster on the head and Brynn got up.

Facing the Queen, the toddler stuck her tongue out.

Brynn’s parents Maggie and Todd looked on as the youngster, in pink sun hat, charmed the Royals.

“They’ll be very special photographs for her to look at when she’s older,” said Todd.

“We told her to wait for the Queen but she decided that rather than wait she would do her own thing and break from the crowd”, said Maggie. “The Queen seemed amused.”

The royal couple had just attended morning service at the Anglican Church of St Mary and St George in the picturesque Rocky Mountain town where they are taking a weekend break.

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Weekend of Nostalgia for Queen in Rocky Mountain Lodge

The Queen is spending a nostalgic weekend at a Rocky Mountain lodge where her parents once stayed.

With the Duke of Edinburgh, she is staying at Jasper, Alberta, in a luxurious cabin overlooking the picturesque Lake Beauvert and Canada’s snow-capped Rockies.

The 2,000 a-night Outlook Cabin, which was rebuilt for 1 million after a fire five years ago, is the VIP lodge at Jasper’s Fairmont hotel complex.

King George VI and Queen Elizabeth stayed at the original log cabin in 1939 just before the outbreak of the Second World War.

A black-and-white photograph of the royal couple hangs in the cabin to remind the Queen of her parents’ visit.

The six-bedroom lodge is decorated with Italian marble and Canadian granite.

A large leather sofa stands in front of a stone fireplace. Dining is at an antique oak table.

Wildlife, notably elk, deer, wolves, bears and beavers, roam nearby.

The lodge, dating from 1915, is set in Jasper National Park and has been the backdrop of a number of films, including the Emperor Waltz, in 1946, starring Bing Crosby, and River of No Return, in 1953, with Marilyn Monroe and Robert Mitchum.

It is a long-weekend break for the 79-year old Queen and the Duke, 83, who are on a nine-day tour of Canada’s western provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta.

Today, they attended morning service at Jasper’s Anglican Church of St Mary and St George, where a large crowd gathered outside.

For the first time, a woman bishop took the royal service.

The Rt Rev Victoria Matthews, Bishop of Edmonton, is Canada’s first female bishop.

Tomorrow, the Royals fly to Edmonton, Alberta’s capital, to continue the tour.
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Queen to view giant spiders

JASPER, A lta. (CP) - Officials at the Provincial Museum in Edmonton have been assured by Buckingham Palace that the Queen is not afraid of spiders - even very large spiders.

After being greeted by close to 1,000 people outside a small Jasper, Alta. church on Sunday, the Queen will officially kick off the Alberta leg of her Canadian tour this week with unconventional events that include cutting a giant birthday cake in a sports stadium on Monday and viewing bugs at the Provincial Museum on Tuesday.

"We'll even have our live-bug expert - he'll be showing the queen these giant spiders," laughed Tim Willis, the museum's assistant director.

"Apparently, she's fine with that," he quickly added.

The royal couple resume their tour duties Monday after spending Saturday and Sunday relaxing during private time in Jasper.

It was anything but quiet when hundreds of people waited in near-freezing temperatures outside a small Anglican church in Jasper to catch a glimpse of the queen as she and Prince Philip headed into a Sunday morning service.

"She's beautiful, she's beautiful," exclaimed Terry Netherton, a local nurse, as the Queen walked by.


The church was only able to hold 125 people, so special tickets were allocated in advance to parishioners of various Jasper churches.

Tom Wright of Jasper managed to secure one of the prized purple tickets for himself as well as his sister, Sandy Wright of Maple Ridge, B.C., who was in town for Tom's 58th birthday.

For Sandy, who said she travels to Jasper for her brother's birthday every year, the ticket was a thrilling treat.

"I've been a Queen follower since I was a little girl. I still have all my scrapbooks from before she was the Queen when she was a little girl. She has been my idol my whole life," Sandy Wright said.

An RCMP dog was led through the church early Sunday morning, checking for anything amiss. Following the service, officers struggled to contain eight or nine young girls who were hoping to present flowers to the Queen.

One toddler, who was among the girls police had corralled, prompted laughter from the crowd when she lay down on the pavement as the Queen approached.

"She was going for a beetle and she dropped her flowers. It was pretty funny," explained Tannis Potter, 7, who also presented flowers to the Queen.

Prince Philip also found the toddler's actions amusing, wondering aloud if the child's parents were watching.

"Anyone claim that?" he asked, smiling.

The Queen will cut a massive birthday cake and watch 1,500 singers, dancers and musicians in front of an estimated 50,000 people Monday at a Centennial celebration at Edmonton's Commonwealth Stadium.

The show will feature a wide variety of performers, including Ian Tyson and Tommy Banks, hip-hop and Ukrainian dancers and a 21-gun salute.

The Queen is to re-dedicate the Provincial Museum at a splashy if unusual party on Tuesday that will include the facility's exotic insect display.

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

Staff have been pruning, weeding, polishing and painting for days, said Gary Mar, the minister responsible for Alberta's Centennial celebrations.

"I think her Majesty the Queen must think the entire world smells like fresh paint," quipped Mar.

Published reports also say Premier Ralph Klein will re-name Highway 2 between Calgary and Edmonton in honour of the Queen. The reports say "Queen Elizabeth II Highway" signs are ready to be put up as soon as the announcement is made at a government-hosted dinner honouring the Queen and Prince Philip on Monday night.

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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