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Prince Charles and Camilla return to celebrate Canada's history

The two royals will arrive in Nova Scotia on Sunday, with stops in Prince Edward Island and Manitoba. Their visit includes commemorations for Queen Victoria's birthday, the centenary of the First World War, and the 150th anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference

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Prince Charles is seen during a bush foods demonstration at the Desert Park in Alice Springs, Australia. Britain's Prince Charles is seen during a bush foods demonstration at the Desert Park in Alice Springs March 2, 2005. Charles is visiting Australia for a one-week tour, including a visit to the outback town of Alice Springs, then Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra.

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Prince Charles takes the controls of a military Hercules aircraft during a flight to Melville Island in the Canadian Arctic Monday, July 6, 1970. Looking on is his father, Prince Philip, a veteran pilot. Prince Philip and Prince Charles flew to the island to see oil exploration operations.

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Prince Charles jokes it up following his Arctic dive at Resolute Bay Saturday, April 27, 1975 after his diving suit was blown up like a balloon for a bit of fun.

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On July 6, 1970, in Tuktoyaktuk at midnight, the Royal Family took a stroll down the main street, joined byRCMP officers, Inuit officials and local children. Queen Elizabeth, Princess Anne and Prince Charles had all changed into much warmer Inuit parkas for the outing, but Prince Philip chose to remain in a cloth coat.

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Suitably suited Prince Charles chats with campers in less formal attire while others practise lifesaving techniques at Summer Camp near Eganville, Ontario, July 5, 1970. Flying back to Ottawa after this meeting, the Prince quickly caught a flight on a Canadian Forces aircraft to Frobisher Bay where he is meet up wiht his parents and begin a tour of the north.

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Scott Harrigan pictured with his two dogs is the naval officer who makes dog leashes and other glow-in-the-dark rope stuff - buoys, life buoys, vests for construction with glow in the dark materials - who will be meeting with Prince Charles on Monday in Halifax.Scott is a lieutenant in the navy and a beneficiary of one of the charities/initiatives of the Prince's Charities Canada.

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Scott Harrigan is a naval officer who makes dog leashes and other glow-in-the-dark rope stuff - buoys, life buoys, vests for construction with glow in the dark materials.

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Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, during their visit to India in November. The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will arrive in Nova Scotia on Sunday to begin a four-day visit to Canada.

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