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Public Itinerary for Royal Visit Announced

Released on September 10, 2014

Public Encouraged to Use #skroyalvisit

Today, Premier Brad Wall announced opportunities for the public to see His Royal Highness The Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex during his September 17 to 19 visit to Saskatchewan.

“A visit by a member of our Canadian Royal Family is truly a unique event and a chance for Saskatchewan people to learn more about our shared history and our constitutional monarchy,” Wall said.  “I encourage everyone to take advantage of these opportunities.  Let’s all do our part to give a warm Saskatchewan welcome to His Royal Highness.”

Public opportunities are:
  • The public is encouraged to welcome His Royal Highness to the province in Moose Jaw on Wednesday, September 17 at 6 p.m., outside the Saskatchewan Dragoons Headquarters at 1215 Main Street North.
  • On Thursday, September 18 at 3:05 p.m., residents of the provincial capital can greet His Royal Highness during his walkabout outside Government House at 4607 Dewdney Avenue in Regina.
  • Saskatoon residents can show their hospitality to His Royal Highness on Friday, September 19 at 9:45 a.m. near the Saskatoon Farmers’ Market, along Avenue A South near River Landing.
  • At his final stop, the Swift Current community can bid farewell to His Royal Highness during his walkabout outside the new All Saints Catholic Elementary School and École Centennial School in Swift Current at 2220 Woodrow Lloyd Place on Friday, September 19 at 2 p.m.
Other highlights include events by invitation, such as His Royal Highness visiting 15 Wing Moose Jaw, meeting with Saskatchewan’s Lieutenant Governor, along with participating in The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award ceremony at RCMP “Depot” Division in Regina.

The public is encouraged to share their royal experiences and celebrate His Royal Highness’ visit to Saskatchewan via social media and use the hashtag #skroyalvisit.

This will be His Royal Highness’ 37th visit to Canada and fifth to Saskatchewan.  He previously visited the province in 1978, 1994, 2003 and 2006.

For more information about Saskatchewan’s royal connections, visit


For more information, contact:

Jay Teneycke
Intergovernmental Affairs
Phone: 306-798-6095

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