The Royal Couple's final engagement in Toronto before heading onto Regina was a Muster held at Fort York. The muster, featuring the Royal Couple's Canadian Regiments, and other Ontario and Quebec regiments whose roots can be traced to the battle, was held to mark the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812.
Click on the photo below, featuring the Prince of Wales, the Canadian Chief of Defence Staff, Prime Minister Stephen Harper, and Defence Minister Peter MacKay, for my final batch of photos.
There hasn't been any coverage of the visit in British newspapers - i.e. the physical papers - not even the Daily Telegraph & only very brief online reports. [...] really very odd & rather defeats the point of the Queen sending the couple if no publicity is given to it in the UK press. It just seems to be part of the Palace policy of giving as little publicity to the couple as possible.
Since when is this the policy of the Palace - and what would be the point of such a policy?
"People are much like stained glass windows. When the sun is shining through them, they glow brightly and sparkle. But when the sun goes down and it is dark and gloomy outside; Their true beauty is revealed only if there is light from within." ~ Elisabeth Kubler-Ross