The Canadian Press

2010-06-29 | Queen Visit

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During the Queen's visit to Canada, she presided over an international fleet review in Halifax harbor. She inspected more than two dozen ships from aboard a Canadian warship before unveiling a plaque paying tribute to HMCS Sackville -- the last of the Canadian navy's wartime corvettes. Sidney Gould, a former member of the Royal Navy who served on corvettes, said he was thrilled to see the Queen. (The Queen later attended a Celebration of Nova Scotia reception at the Cunard Centre. After a tree-planting ceremony at Government House, she left for Ottawa to take part in Canada Day celebrations.)

Date: 2010-06-29
Placeline: HALIFAX, Nova Scotia.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 18 seconds

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