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Old 05-18-2005, 04:24 PM
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The Queen Arriving at the Sask. legislature today
She was received by the Governor-General, the PM, and the Premier of Saskatchewan
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Old 05-18-2005, 04:27 PM
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More pics..
It was pretty funny watching the Queen trying to make her way through the row of mounties and soldiers. She lifted her umbrella up high a few times to get through. But there was plenty of room.
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The PM introduced the Queen to various ministers, politicians, and other guests. The Governor General Adrienne Clarkson is standing with the Queen in the last couple of pics.
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Old 05-18-2005, 04:37 PM
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The PM officially welcomes the Queen.
He gave a very good speech I think.
And announced a gift to the Queen in the form of a donation to the Dominion Institute Memory Project under which young Canadians archive the testimony of war veterans.
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Old 05-18-2005, 04:39 PM
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Rain fails to dampen royal visit enthusiasm

Wednesday, May 18, 2005 Updated at 2:59 PM EDT
Canadian Press

Regina — Undeterred by a heavy downpour, the Queen arrived at the Saskatchewan legislature in a laundau Wednesday to address a rain-soaked crowd of politicians and admirers about the province's centennial.

The Queen carried a clear, plastic umbrella to ward off the torrent as she inspected a scarlet-clad RCMP honour guard and Canadian Forces army, navy and air force reserves.

Her majesty and Prince Philip were greeted by Prime Minister Paul Martin, Saskatchewan Premier Lorne Calvert and Lt.-Gov. Lynda Haverstock. A 21-gun salute then rumbled on the grounds.

Almost 3,000 Saskatchewan residents began assembling, oblivious to the rain, more than an hour before the royal couple's arrival.

Mr. Calvert made light of the turbulent weather that greeted the Queen's arrival Tuesday and Wednesday.

He said the stiff breeze that blew across the province Tuesday "is like the spirit of our province — it's free, ever-changing and always detemined."

He also noted spring rain is always welcome in the agrarian province and considered a gift to the land.

"You will always be as welcome in this province as the spring rain," he told the Queen. "Your presence is a gift to our centennial."

The smiling monarch, dressed in a tan trench coat and wine-coloured hat, noted that this visit is her 22nd to Canada, but the memories of her first are still vivid in her mind.

"I remember the magnitude of this country, matched only by the generosity and kindness of the people whom I met along the way, not least here," she said.

"Since then, Prince Philip and I have seen Saskatchewan evolve into a forward-looking province of fertile landscapes, dynamic towns and cities with expanding, diverse communities, taking great pride in what you have built and continue to build together."

Mr. Martin saluted Saskatchewan residents on their centennial, calling them "tough, practical people who dared to dream — stubborn and proud people."

He said many didn't have a lot, but they had something no one could take from them — their optimism.

"The history of Saskatchewan is a story of compassion, struggle, ingenuity and achievement," he said.

Mr. Martin also lauded the Queen for her commitment to Canada as a whole.

"Your affection and dedication to our country has never wavered," he said. "In Saskatchewan, we give you our loyalty, our deep affection and a welcome to this most wonderful part of Canada."

He advised the monarch the federal government is making a donation in her name to a memory project initiative at the Dominion Institute, which seeks to link generations by encouraging young people to archive the testimony of former veterans.

The Queen's visit was a thrill for 10-year-old Amy Martin, a Grade 4 student who presented the monarch with a bouquet of flowers.

"I haven't seen her before so it was really cool," she said.

Brandon Gabel, 10, said it was well worth the wait in the rain to see her.

"It's a once-in-a-lifetime experience," he said.

The Queen unveiled a plaque inaugurating gardens bearing her name on the legislature grounds. She also unveiled the Golden Jubilee Equestrian Statue of herself on her horse, Burmese, given to her as a gift by the RCMP many years ago.

After entering the legislature to meet members of the legislative assembly, she unveiled a plaque giving a committee room a native name, as well as a mural depicting two aboriginal people in a canoe looking up at a bush plane.

Prince Philip, also known as the Duke of Edinburgh, went on to a sod-turning for a Saskatchewan war memorial before rejoining the Queen for a luncheon in the rural community of Lumsden, about a half-hour drive outside Regina.

On Tuesday, the royal couple were greeted at the airport by Martin and Gov. Gen. Adrienne Clarkson before visiting the First Nations University of Canada in Regina.

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Old 05-18-2005, 04:52 PM
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Premier Calvert makes a speech which was followed by a speech from the Queen. Among other things she thanked the PM for his unique gift, mentioned her vivid memories of her first visit to Canada and ofcourse her feeling of being home away from home.
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The Queen, escorted by Premier Calvert, makes her way to the statue of herself riding Burmese, the horse I mentioned before, given to her by the RCMP.
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Here's an article about Burmese and why it was one of the Queen's favourite horses.

Statue of Burmese unveiled for Queen

REGINA – Under rainy skies, the Queen, and the hundreds of people who turned out to see her, caught the first glimpse of the bronze statue of the Queen riding her favourite horse Burmese, on the legislative grounds.

The province commissioned sculptor Susan Velder to make the statue. It is placed north of the Legislative Building at the south base of the flower garden. Velder stood beside the Queen as the statue was unveiled and then Her Majesty spoke with Velder.

The RCMP gave Burmese, a Canadian black mare, to the Queen in April 1969.

The Queen rode Burmese in 18 consecutive birthday parades, and she was the only horse Her Majesty rode for the Trooping of the Colour.

Burmese was born in 1962 at the RCMP re-mount ranch at Fort Walsh in Cypress Hills and became a favourite of the RCMP members.

As soon as Burmese retired in 1987, the Queen gave orders that no one was to ride her. Burmese spent the rest of her life in a pasture at Windsor Castle. The Queen chose the particular pasture so she could see her long-time friend when she spent time at the castle.

Burmese died in 1990.

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The Queen watches the unveiling of the statue. Standing next to her in some of the pics is the sculptor, Susan Velder.
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Old 05-18-2005, 05:49 PM
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The Queen was visibly delighted and spent several minutes looking at the statue. It stands on the grounds of the Saskatchewan Legislature. I thought it was beautiful location.
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The walkabout was several minutes long, with the Queen speaking to well wishers and Canadian war veterans.
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Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip make their way inside the Legislative Building
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more pictures inside the legislature
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Queen Elizabeth also unvieled a mural inside the legislature
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The Queen leaves the legislative building
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have gala dinner yet?

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have gala dinner yet?

Sara Boyce
No galas yet. After leaving the legislature, the Queen had lunch today with the Premiere, toured a small town. There is a dinner tomorrow night which will be attended by celebrities among others. Actor/comedian Leslie Nielson, who is originally from Saskatchewan, will be there. Shirley Douglas, actress/activist and mother of actor Kiefer Sutherland (from the tv show "24") will be there. Her father was a former Premier of Saskatchewan.
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