List of Diamond Jubilee events
Liste d’évènements commémorant le Jubilé de diamant

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This project is supported by Canadian Heritage.

Canadian Heritage          Symbol of the Government of Canada

Events are posted in the language in which they were received.
Les évènements sont affichés dans la langue dans laquelle ils ont été soumis.

PCH indicates a Neighbours and Newcomers event sponsored by the Monarchist League of Canada with the support of Canadian Heritage.
La marque PCH symbolise un évènement Voisins et les nouveaux ensemble, sponsorisé par la Ligue monarchiste du Canada avec l’appui de Patrimoine canadien.

British Columbia and the Territories / Colombie-Britannique et les territoires

Victoria
June 1-September 3
Queen Elizabeth II by Cecil Beaton: A Diamond Jubilee Celebration
Celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee at the Royal BC Museum. This unique exhibition of 60 portraits by royal photographer Cecil Beaton (1904-1980) depicts the Queen in her roles as princess, monarch and mother and will include a number of never-before-seen photographs as well as extracts from Beaton’s diaries and letters. Beaton’s royal portraits were among the most widely published photos of the 20th century. The exhibition explores Beaton’s long relationship with the Queen, who was a teenage princess when Beaton first photographed her in 1942. The exhibition charts the shift in Beaton’s style from early Rococo-inspired portraits to the starker images of the 1960s.
Information/ tickets: http://www.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/queen
Victoria, BC
June 2, 7:30pm
Diamond Jubilee Gala
The Ivy Ballroom, the Empress Hotel
Welcome drink, chef's tasting stations and dancing to live music
Tickets: $90
Reservations: emp.diningres@fairmont.com or 250.389.2727
Victoria, BC
June 2-August 31
Royal-Tea in honour of The Queen's Jubilee
The Empress Hotel
The Hotel's celebrated Afternoon Tea with
the additional course of Salt Spring Island cheeses,
served with honey and Port
Tickets $89
Reservations: emp.diningres@fairmont.com or 250.389.2727
Victoria, BC
June 3, 10am-2pm
Sparkling Brunch
The Ivy Ballroom, the Empress Hotel
Tickets: $60
Reservations: emp.diningres@fairmont.com or 250.389.2727
New Westminster, BC
June 3, 12pm
Carillon Ring in Honour of The Queen's Jubilee
The carillon of Queen's Avenue United Church salutes our Sovereign.
529 Queen's Avenue
Information: 604.522.1606
Victoria, BC
June 3, 2pm
Royal Dog Show and Tea Party
The Empress Hotel
Prancing, parade and prizes and a doggy bag to take home
Tickets $10, additional $25 for (human) Afternoon Tea to Go
Reservations: emp.diningres@fairmont.com or 250.389.2727
New Westminster
June 3, 10:30am
Jubilee Service of Thanksgiving, followed by Lunch and memorabilia display
Queen’s Avenue United Church: 604-522-1606, queensaveuc@telus.net
Victoria, BC
June 5, 6pm-9pm
Queen's Dinner, from Coronation to Jubilee
Six-course meal celebrating The Queen's Reign
The Empress Hotel, Empress Room
Tickets $160
Reservations: emp.diningres@fairmont.com or 250.389.2727
North Vancouver
June 7, 2pm-4:30 pm
Jubilee Tea and Memorabilia Display
St Catherine’s Church, 1058 Ridgewood Drive
Information: 604-985-0666
Richmond, BC
June 24, 1:30pm
Service of Thanksgiving for the Diamond Jubilee of The Queen's Reign
Festive Reception follows
St Saviour's Church, 9280 No. 2 Rd
Everyone welcome; free-will offering
Information: 604-275-7422

Prairie provinces / Provinces des prairies

Killarney, MB
April 18
Community Diamond Jubilee Celebration including flag raising, carriage rides, display and tea
Information: http://www.municipality.killarney.on.ca/index.html
Calgary, AB
May 5, 7:30pm
The 75 voices of Mount Royal Kantorei present
A Royal Tribute: In Honour of the Sixtieth Anniversary of Queen Elizabeth ll’s Reign
Music dedicated to the Monarchy over 400 years
Knox United Church ~ 506 4th St SW
Information and tickets: 403-440-7770 - www.kantorei.ca
Edmonton, AB
May 20, 1:30pm
PCH
In the gracious presence of His Honour, the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta
Diamond Jubilee celebration with refreshments, door prizes and screening of "The Queen"
Metro Theatre at the Garneau, 8712-109 St
Free admission. Information: Mary Hunt Mary.Hunt@gov.ab.ca
Winnipeg, MB
May 18, 7pm-12am
PCH
Youth Dance & Reception to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee
Sponsored by the Young Monarchists, Monarchist League of Canada
Admission free but name must be on list for capacity purposes
Radisson Hotel, Winnipeg downtown, "P" level, Ambassador Ballroom
Registration and Information: Dan Whaley & Kip Guenther danielwhaley12@gmail.com
Winnipeg, MB
May 21
Planting of Amber Jubilee Ninebark shrubs at Government House and on the grounds of the Legislative Building. This shrub, developed in Manitoba, will also be planted at Rideau Hall in Ottawa and at virtually all provincial legislative buildings and government houses across Canada.
Winnipeg, MB
26 May
The Lieutenant Governor will host a Jubilee Garden Party at Government House, in conjunction with the Heritage Winnipeg “Doors Open” event and will include tours, photo exhibits, refreshments and entertainment. This is modeled after the Manitoba garden party of 1897 to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria.

The Diamond Jubilee year will also include special medal ceremonies hosted by the Lieutenant Governor and the Premier recognizing special Manitobans.

Among the many other events, The Royal Manitoba Yacht Club is also planning a regatta and there will be Diamond Jubilee floral gardens in several communities throughout the province including the Legislative Building and Government House.
Flin Flon, MB
May 26-27
PCH
Community Diamond Jubilee Celebration
May 26: 12:00 noon - 4:00 pm
Town Diamond Jubilee Party includes Aboriginal Drummers, dancing, traditional foods, Jubilee Cake
Pioneer Square
7:30 pm: First performance in Flin Flon by the Royal Winnipeg Ballet
May 27: 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Afternoon Jubilee Tea
Community Hall, Channing Auditorium: Elegant tea served on fine china
Admission charges vary: information from Crystal Kolt or Isabell Mackie, (204) 271-0315
Vancouver, BC
June 2, 1pm

Diamond Jubilee Celebration with parade, carriage rides and garden party
Crofton Manor, 2803 41st Ave W
Everyone welcome, admission free
RSVP Susan Philcox 604-263-0921 Susan.Philcox@reveraliving.com

Winnipeg, MB
May 26, 1pm-3pm
Diamond Jubilee Garden Party at Government House
Refreshments, entertainment and photo display of past Royal homecomings
Tours of Government House available noon - 4:00 pm
Hosted by Their Honours the Lieutenant Governor of Maniotba and Mrs Lee
All welcome, and ladies encouraged to wear best Garden Party hat.
Lethbridge, AB
May 27, 2pm
Diamond Jubilee Celebration with Will Ferguson and concert by Project Muse
The Galt Museum
Free Admission. Information: leslie.hall@galtmuseum.com
Prince Albert, SK
June 2, 1:30pm-4pm
PCH
Royal Jubilee Community Tea
Sponsored by St George's Anglican Church
at the Royal Canadian Legion Hall, 133-8th St E
Information: Gerry Laird 306-764-4901
Winnipeg, MB
June 7-10
Dominion Conference, United Empire Loyalist Association of Canada
Fort Garry Hotel
Details and registration information http://www.uelacconference2012.ca/Site/Welcome.html
Glenboro, MB
August 24-25
Family Jubilee Celebration with street dance and fireworks
Information: http://www.glenboro.com/

Central provinces / Provinces centrales

Brockville, ON
May 4-June 2
Jubilee Royal Commemorative Exhibition
from the collection of Sarah Jane Dumbrille
Marianne Van Silfhout Gallery
St Lawrence College, 2288 Parkedale Avenue
Admission and hours: http://www.stlawrencecollege.ca/index.aspx?iPageID=2939&iMenuID=8
Kitchener, ON
May 5-September 30
Reliving Royal History, Bringing Heritage Home Exhibition
Featuring the Homer Watson Paintings, "The Pioneer Mill" and "The Last Day of the Drought", given by
the former Governor General of Canada, the Marquis of Lorne to Queen Victoria, and on display
at Windsor Castle since her Reign.
Homer Watson Gallery, 1754 Old Mill road
Tickets: $10.00 ($5.00 for Members, Students, Seniors)
Information: 519-748-4377
Aurora, ON
May 6, 7:30pm
Last Night of the Proms: a celebration in honour of The Queen's Diamond Jubilee
Sponsored by Aurora United Church - trumpet, handbells, organ, choir; refreshments to follow concert
15186 Yonge Street
Tickets $15
Reservations and information: (905) 727-1935 www.auroraunitedchurch.ca
Ottawa, ON
May 8, 5:30pm-7:30pm
PCH
Diamond Jubilee Celebration for Parliamentarians, staff and Public Service
Entertainment and refreshments, Jubilee cake-cutting
Sponsored by the Monarchist League of Canada, courtesy Senator David Smith
Senate Banking Room, Rm. 256-S, Centre Block - enter under Peace Tower
Admission is free but name must be on list by May 7 at midnight for security clearance purposes
Registration & Information: domsec@sympatico.ca
Kitchener, ON
May 13, 2pm-4pm
Presenting the Royal Collection: Opening reception
Introducing "Reliving Royal History, Bringing Heritage Homer Exhibition" Homer Watson Gallery, 1754 Old Mill road
Information: 519-748-4377
Cornwall, ON
May 18, 1:30pm-3:30pm
PCH
Cornwall Collegiate and Vocational School celebrates the Diamond Jubilee with the Cornwall community
Displays of monarchical memorabilia and refreshments
437 Sydney Street
Information: Judith Bobka bobka@sympatico.ca
Cornwall, ON
May 18, 2pm-4pm
Community Diamond Jubilee Celebration
The public and students of Cornwall Collegiate and Vocational School enjoy displays, refreshments and entertainment in celebration of the Diamond Jubilee
CCVI, 437 Sydney Street
All welcome, admission free
Information: Judy Bobka bobka@sympatico.ca
Fergus, ON
May 18, 2pm
Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee
The Diamond Jubilee in 1897 from an actress representing Queen Victoria herself, Mother of Confederation. Refreshments to follow in the Victorian Garden.
Wellington County Museum, 536 Wellington Rd 18
Tickets: $2.00 (Preregistration required)
Information: 800-663-0750/(519) 846-0916
Markham, ON
May 19, 2:30pm-3:30pm
Diamond Jubilee Civic Celebration
Cutting of Diamond Jubilee Cake ~ public signing of congratulatory card for The Queen
Pacific Mall, Kennedy Rd & Steeles Ave E
Everyone welcome/admission free
Information: Kwan-Ho khleungjoe@yahoo.ca
Appleton, ON
May 20-August 30, 10am-4pm
Royalty Exhibit in Honour of The Queen's Diamond Jubilee
North Lanark Regional Museum
647 River Road, Appleton
http://www.museevirtuel-virtualmuseum.ca/GetMuseumProfile.do?lang=en&chinCode=guacjb
Admission free
Information: appletonmuseum@hotmail.com
Jordan, ON
May 21, 10am-4pm
Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Community Day
Celebrate the Jubilee! See new Canadians receive their citizenship. Visit the United Empire Loyalist Association to learn about those who pledged allegiance to the Crown over 200 years ago. Take part in games from the early settler period and those from 1952. Bring a picnic and enjoy the conservation area.
Information: Angela Wallace 905-562-5235 x 22
Kitchener, ON
May 21, 11am
Victoria Day Celebrations
Unveiling of new "Jubilee Drive" street signs complete with official Diamond Jubilee emblem.
In collaboration with other community organizations, Waterloo-Wellington Branch Chairman,
Monarchist League of Canada, Bradley Barbour, speaks on Victoria Day and the Diamond Jubilee.
All welcome
Victoria Park at Queen Victoria Statue, Kitchener
Montréal, QC
22 mai, 17h
PCH
Cocktail dînatoire dans le cadres des féstivités
du Jubilé de Diamant de Sa Majesté la Reine
Parrainé par la Ligue Monarchiste du Canada,
section du Québec
Mess des officiers du Black Watch
2067 rue de Bleury
inscription gratuite (par le 14 mai svp) mr_greenwood@hotmail.com
Hamilton, ON
May 23, 6:30pm
Diamond Jubilee Formal Reception
Sponsored by the Hamilton-Niagara Branch, Monarchist League of Canada
Liuna Station, 360 James St N, Hamilton
Speaker: Cian Horroban, GTA Branch Chairman;
Author Nathan Tidridge & Silent Auction
Cost: $45.00 pp (Early Bird $40.00 pp if paid by April 27)
Patron Ticket: $75.00 pp (Early Bird $70.00 pp if paid by April 27)
Booking Contact: Jeff Thiessen, hamilton.monarchist@gmail.com
Toronto, ON
May 25, 7:30pm
PCH
Diamond Jubilee Concert by the Choirs of Saint Thomas's Church, dir. by Dr John Tuttle
Including music composed for Royal occasions by Canadian composers Healey Willan and Sir Ernest MacMillan
Saint Thomas's Church, 383 Huron St just S of Bloor, one E of Spadina
Admission: $20, $15 for seniors and students
Information and tickets: 416-979-2323
Toronto, ON
May 25, 8:30pm
Diamond Jubilee Reception
Light Refreshments and Diamond Jubilee Cakes
Sponsored by the Monarchist League of Canada, GTA Branch, and the Friars' Guild of St Thomas's Church
The Parish Hall, 383 Huron St just S of Bloor, one E of Spadina
Everyone welcome, admission free
London, ON
May 31, 7pm
Public Lecture: The Queen's Arms: The Royal Arms of Canada and the Symbolism of Sovereignty
Co-sponsored by The Monarchist League of Canada, London Branch, and the London Public Library
Speaker: Canon David Bowyer
London Central Library, 251 Dundas St, Stevenson and Hunt Room
Admission Free. Information: 519-661-4600
Toronto, ON
June 1-10
Diamond Jubilee Afternoon Tea
Le Méridien King Edward Hotel, 37 King St E
Tickets $55 include full Afternoon Tea, The Elizabeth cocktail
and souvenir container of Jubilee Blend tea to take home
Reservations: 416.863.4125
Tamworth-Erinsville, ON
June 2, 11am-11pm
All-day Diamond Jubilee Celebration
at Lions' Beaver Lake Park & Lakeview Tavern
Free admission ~ bring a lawn chair
Traditional food, Irish dance peformance, Bingo, Anniversary Cake,
Live Music and Street Dance with the Pranksters
Information: Mark Oliver moliver@bell.net
Ottawa, ON
June 2, 12pm-1pm
Scottish Celebration of Diamond Jubilee with bagpipers, drums and Highland dancers
Front lawn, Parliament Hill
Attendees may record messages of congratulations to The Queen
After-gathering at the Highlander Pub, 115 Rideau Street
Everyone welcome; admission free
Information and participation forms for performers at www.championbagpipes.com
Ottawa, ON
June 2, 12pm-3pm
PCH
Sandy Hill Neighbourhood Multicultural Brunch to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee
Diverse entertainment, demonstrations and refreshments
Sandy Hill Community Centre, 250 Somerset St E.
Information: Nalini Perera lilaclotus@rogers.com
Flesherton, ON
June 2, 3pm
Diamond Jubilee Tea
Everyone asked to wear a fancy hat
Flesherton Public Library
101 Highland Drive
Everyone welcome/admission free
Information: flepub@bmts.com (519) 924-2241
Rouyn-Norana, QC
2 juin
PCH
Fête du voisinage de Jubilé: rue George
Une fête entre les voisins réunissant les citoyens des avenues George, Churchill et Chadbourne à Rouyn-Noranda dans une ambiance festive, d’inclusion et de partage
Renseignements: Geneviève Tremblay, guenevive@hotmail.com ~ 819.764.9331
Thornhill, ON
June 3, 11am
Service of Holy Communion honouring the Diamond Jubilee
Tea/Luncheon follows with showing of A Queen is Crowned
Children's activities, trivia quiz and "afternoon at the Proms"
Trinity Presbyterian Church, 271 Centre St
All welcome ~ free-will offering
Toronto, ON
June 3, 11am

Choral Eucharist in celebration of The Diamond Jubilee
Reception follows
Cathedral Church of St James (Anglican)
Front Street at Church Street
Everyone welcome, free will offering

Toronto, ON
June 3, 11am-2pm
Royal Jubilee Brunch
Le Méridien King Edward Hotel, 37 King St E
Tickets $59 special menu reflective of The Queen's Reign
Reservations: 416.863.4125
Hamilton, ON
June 3, 2pm-5pm
Jubilee Celebration: Tea Dance and Best of the Bands
Sponsored by The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society, Hamilton Branch
MacNab United Church, 116 MacNab St S
Tickets and information: David Milmine: dempk24@gmail.com
http://www.celebratecanada.info/MonarchistLeague.htm
Harrow, ON
June 3, 3pm-5pm

Girl Guide Diamond Jubilee Rally
John R Park Homestead Conservation Area
Information: :Janet Cobban, 519-738-2029 jrph@erca.org

Elora, ON
June 3, 4pm
Choral Evensong in Celebration of the Diamond Jubilee
Homily: the Hon Jason Kenney, Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism
Church of St. John the Evangelist, 36 Henderson Street
Free-will offering
Information: http://www.stjohnselora.com/index.cfm?page=home
Toronto, ON
June 3, 4pm-6pm
Festal Evensong in honour of the Diamond Jubilee
followed by Strawberry Tea and a concert of Joyous Music feating the Musicians in Ordinary
Sponsored by St Olave's Church, 360 Windermere Avenue
Information: William Cowling william.cowling@rogers.com
London, ON
June 3, 12:15pm
PCH
Neighbours and Newcomers Diamond Jubilee Cake-cutting
followed by a concert by the H B Beal Secondary School singers
interspersed with a mlitary bands concert
Bandshell, Victoria Park
Cake-cutting and singers sponsored by the Monarchist League of Canada with its London Branch
Admission free ~ everyone welcome
Information: Mark Ambrogio mcambrog@uwo.ca
London, ON
June 4, 2pm
Public Lecture: The Queen's Role as a Symbol of Change: Multicultural, Multifaith, Mutlinational
SCo-sponsored by The Monarchist League of Canada, London Branch, and the London Public Library
Speaker: Professor William Acres (Huron University College)
London Central Library, 251 Dundas St, Stevenson and Hunt Room
Admission Free. Information: 519-661-4600
Montréal, QC
June 5 juin, 19h00
Vêpres anglicanes avec Te Deum pour marquer le 60e anniversaire du règne de SM la Reine
Festal Evensong and Te Deum to mark the Diamond Jubilee of The Queen's Reign

En présence du Lieutenant-gouverneur du Québec et Mme Ginette Lamoureux
In the gracious presence of The Lieutenant Governor of Québec and Mme Ginette Lamoureux
Church of St John the Evangelist ~ Métro Place des Arts-UQAM - rue President Kennedy/Kimberley
Ouvert à tous ~ Everyone welcome
Montréal, QC
June 5 juin, 20h
Réception pour célébrer le jubilé de diamant du règne de SM La Reine
Reception to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of The Queen's Reign

Organisée par la Ligue Monarchiste du Canada/Sponsored by the Monarchist League of Canada
In the gracious presence of The Lieutenant Governor of Québec and Mme Ginette Lamoureux
Church of St John the Evangelist ~ Métro Place des Arts-UQAM - rue President Kennedy/Kimberley
Ouvert à tous~ Everyone welcome
Kitchener, ON
June 9, 1pm
Speaker Series: So What Was It That Caught The Royal Eye?
Dennis Reid, Professor of Canadian Art, University of Toronto & Director of Collections and Research,
Art Gallery of Ontario, on the Homer Watson paintings gifted to Queen Victoria, when Homer was only 26!
Homer Watson Gallery, 1754 Old Mill road
Tickets: $10.00 ($5.00 for Members, Students, Seniors)
Information: 519-748-4377
Harrow, ON
June 10, 11am-3pm

Parade begins 1:30 pm sharp
All The Queen's Horses Parade of Horse Breeds
John R Park Homestead Conservation Area
Information: :Janet Cobban, 519-738-2029 jrph@erca.org

Toronto, ON
June 16, 2:30pm-8pm
A Diamond Jubilee Celebration of Choral Music honouring the 60th Anniversary of the Queen's Accession
Judy Scott-Jacobs, Music Director, and The Band of The Royal Regiment of Canada
Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge Street
General Admission $20
Tickets and information: 416.282.0427
Kitchener, ON
June 19, 6pm
Waterloo-Wellington Branch Chairman, Monarchist League of Canada, Bradley Barbour,
speaks on The Monarchist League of Canada and the Canadian Crown
Annual General Meeting for Homer Watson Gallery
Light Refreshments after the Meeting
Admission free
Information: 519-748-4377
Picton, ON
June 23, 3pm
A Diamond Jubilee Celebration: Choral Music honouring the 60th Anniversary of the Queen's Accession
Judy Scott-Jacobs, Music Director
Picton United Church, 12 Chapel Street
General Admission $20
Tickets and information: 613.399.1892
Hamilton, ON
June 23-24
Canadian International Military Tattoo including a Diamond Jubilee Tribute to The Queen.
Information and tickets: http://canadianmilitarytattoo.ca/
Ottawa, ON
July 1-November 18
Diamond Jubilee Exhibition at Canadian Museum of Civilization
Chronicling The Queen’s relationship with Canada and Canada’s with The Queen
Information: http://www.civilization.ca/home
Kitchener, ON
July 14, 1pm
Speaker Series: The Monarchy and the Arts: British Royal Collection from Henry VII to Today
Discussion on Royal art featuring Jennifer Scott, Curator of Paintings, The Royal Collection
Homer Watson Gallery, 1754 Old Mill road
Tickets: $10.00 ($5.00 for Members, Students, Seniors)
Information: 519-748-4377
Chesterville, ON
July 29
Chesterville Fair celebrates the Diamond Jubilee with celebration tea and cake cutting
Information: chestervillefair@gmail.com
Kitchener, ON
September 28-29, 8pm
Diamond Jubilee/Last Night at the Proms Concert with the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony
Centre in the Square, 101 Queen St N
Ticket prices vary. See www.kwsymphony.ca for ticket pricing and information
Markham, ON
September 29, 6pm
Diamond Jubilee Celebration Banquet and Gala
Hosted by the Grand Lodge of Ontario West & Toronto Loyal Orange County Lodge
Hilton Suites Hotel & Conference Centre, 8500 Markham Road @ Hwy 7
Information and tickets: thomas.b.forster@sherwin.com
St Thomas, ON
October 20, 12pm
Jubilee Luncheon and address
Speakers: Professor Paul Webb (King's University College) &
Rear-Admiral Daniel McNeil (RCN- retd
Co-sponsored by the London Branch of the Monarchist League of Canada and the Elgin Military Museum.
Location: Elgin Military Museum, 30 Talbot St
Ticket information: Mark Ambrogio, London Branch: mcambrog@uwo.ca

Atlantic provinces / Provinces atlantiques

Nova Scotia
Year-long
Public events hosted by Government House in Nova Scotia.
http://lt.gov.ns.ca/news-events/entry/diamond-jubilee-events/
Codys, NB
May 26, 1pm-4pm
PCH
Community Diamond Jubilee Celebration
Horse-drawn cart rides, entertainment, displays, refreshments and more
Sponsored by the Monarchist League of Canada and the Codys' Women's Institute
Historic Starkey Bridge and environs
Information: Sandra McManus sandgra@xplornet.ca
Fredericton, NB
May 27, 1pm-4pm
PCH
Family Tea and Activity Afternoon in Honour of the Diamond Jubilee
Sponsored by the Monarchist League of Canada, New Brunswick Branch
Door prizes, entertainment, refreshments with special kids' buffet, workshops, crown-making, colouring contest
Crowne Plaza Lord Beaverbrook Hotel, 659 Queen St.
Information: Barry MacKenzie communications@monarchistnb.ca
Pictou, NS
June 3, 6pm
PCH
Diamond Jubilee Evensong followed by
Reception by the Monarchist League of Canada, Northumberland Branch
St James' Anglican Church, 36 Denoon St
Information: Olive Pastor o.pastor@tncwireless.ca
Sackville, NB
June 16, 1pm-3pm
Sparkling Diamonds Jubilee Garden Party celebrating
The Queen’s Jubilee and honouring HM’s contemporaries
in the community
Marshlands Inn
Information: http://www.sackville.com/community/events
Lake Charlotte, NS
September 2, 2pm
Diamond Jubilee Tea to honour The Queen’s service and that of our veterans
The Clam Factory, Memory Lane Heritage Village
Information: info@heritagevillage.ca
Pictou, NS
October 19, 6:15pm
Diamond Jubilee Dinner sponsored by Northumberland Branch, Monarchist League of Canada
Pictou Lodge Resort, 172 Lodge Road
Tickets $32.50 and information from Olive Pastor o.pastor@tncwireless.ca

Ce projet reçoit l’appui de Patrimoine canadien.
This project is supported by Canadian Heritage.

Canadian Heritage          Symbol of the Government of Canada

Events are posted in the language in which they were received.
Les évènements sont affichés dans la langue dans laquelle ils ont été soumis.

PCH indicates a Neighbours and Newcomers event sponsored by the Monarchist League of Canada with the support of Canadian Heritage.
La marque PCH symbolise un évènement Voisins et les nouveaux ensemble, sponsorisé par la Ligue monarchiste du Canada avec l’appui de Patrimoine canadien.

Online exhibits / Exhibitions en ligne

Canadian Heritage: 60 years, 60 images
http://www.pch.gc.ca/eng/1328560476296

Patrimoine canadien : 60 ans, 60 images
http://www.pch.gc.ca/fra/1328560476296

Lieutenant Governor of Ontario: “60 in 60: An exposition celebrating The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee”
http://jubilee.lt.gov.on.ca

Lieutenant-gouverneur de l’Ontario : « 60 en 60 : une exposition en l’honneur du jubilé de diamant de la Reine »
http://jubile.lt.gouv.on.ca

Public Archives and Record Office of Prince Edward Island Jubilee Celebration Photos
http://www.gov.pe.ca/diamondjubilee/index.php3?number=1041417&lang=E

Archives of Ontario celebrates the Diamond Jubilee
http://www.archives.gov.on.ca/english/on-line-exhibits/jubilee/index.aspx

Les Archives publiques de l’Ontario célèbrent le Jubilé de diamant
http://www.archives.gov.on.ca/french/on-line-exhibits/jubilee/index.aspx

BC Archives/Royal BC Museum presents an on-line exhibition of Royal Homecomings to the Province
http://royaltybc.com/

Past events / Évènements au passé

Montréal, QC
lundi 6 février : 19h00

Monday, 6 February: 7pm
Office solennel des Vêpres anglicanes pour marquer le 60e anniversaire de l’avènement de SM la Reine
Solemn Evensong, traditional Anglican rite, in honour of the Diamond Jubilee of HM’s Reign
Église St John the Evangelist Church
http://www.redroof.ca/content/view/21/37/
Rue President Kennedy à Kimberly
L’église est située juste au nord de la Place des Arts
Just North of the Place des Arts.
Winnipeg, MB
Monday, 6 February

At the Legislative Building

7:30 a.m. Cadets will raise Her Majesty’s Flag for Canada at the front of the Manitoba Legislative Building. This flag will be flown for only one day and will later be put on display in the foyer of the Legislative Building. (Once flag is raised – God Save the Queen will be played)

12 Noon Lt. Governor and Premier are first to sign the public book of celebration and tour Royal Photo Exhibit in the foyer.

12 Noon Opening of Royal Photo Exhibit (past Royal Visits to Manitoba)

5:00 p.m. The Lt. Gov. will present six Mantiobans with the Diamond Jubilee medal in the Blue Room of the Legislative Building. 5:45 p.m. Lieutenant Governor and Premier depart the Legislative Building together and walk towards the platform for the unveiling of the Diamond Jubilee ice sculpture located near the statue of Queen Victoria on the north lawn of the Leg.. (** Note: both the LG and Premier will be expected to bring greetings to the crowd in attendance -- public address and media pool feed will be available.) 6:00 p.m. Her Majesty’s Flag for Canada is lowered by cadets, folded and presented to His Honour the Lieutenant Governor for future display at Government House. ( Once flag is lowered – God Save the Queen will be played)

6:00 p.m. Church bells throughout the province will ring for two minutes.

6:00 p.m. The Lieutenant Governor and Premier will signal the start of the architectural lighting display of the Legislative Building. This display can been seen each evening from 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. until Sunday, February 12 .
Richmond, BC
Sunday, 12 February: 1pm
Eucharist of Thanksgiving for the Diamond Jubilee of the Queen’s reign. Reception to follow.
St Saviour’s Church, Traditional Anglican
9280 No 2 Rd. 604-275-7422, bishopredmile@shaw.ca
Waterloo, ON
March 19, 7pm
Showing of The Story of Queen Elizabeth II
Dunker Family Lounge, Renison University College
240 Westmount Road North
Information: bradbarbour@hotmail.com
Milton, ON
April 5-continuing
Springridge Farm toasts The Queen with special Diamond Jubilee Jam
Information: www.springridgefarm.com

Central Jubilee Weekend: London, UK

June 5
10:30am
BST
The Order of Service for the Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s

http://www.stpauls.co.uk/documents/queen%20elizabeth%20ii%20diamond%20jubilee%20order%20of%20service.pdf