Britain's Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla are going to Canada as part of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
The royal couple - who recently undertook a trip to Scandinavia - will visit New Brunswick, Ontario and Saskatchewan from May 20-23 on behalf of Queen Elizabeth, and Canadian Heritage Minister James Moore claimed it was a "rare opportunity" for people to celebrate the royals.
He said: "I am especially pleased that the royal couple has agreed to join us as we celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, this 60th year of her majesty's reign as queen of Canada.
"Opportunities such as this are indeed very rare. The only time Canada celebrated a Diamond Jubilee of a reigning king or queen was for Queen Victoria in 1897."
During their time in the North American country, the pair will greet emergency service workers, see the Victoria Day fireworks display over Lake Ontario and commemorate the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812.
Canada was last visited by royals in 2011, with Prince William and Duchess Catherine taking in the nation on what was their first tour of a foreign country.