Whirlwind tour of YukonPrince William and Kate's 24-hour visit to Yukon included community festivals in Whitehorse and Carcross, a drop-in at a carving shed in Carcross and a visit to the MacBride Museum, complete with an RCMP greeting.
Taste of British ColumbiaTuesday's itinerary, which began in B.C., also included greeting young chefs during the Taste of British Columbia event at Mission Hill Winery in Kelowna.
Okanagan volleyballA volleyball game at UBC's Okanagan campus was also on their agenda.
Cultural sharingMonday, the third day of their official visit, included a stop in Bella Bella, on the central coast of B.C., where the royal couple attended a cultural sharing ceremony.
Great Bear Rainforest
William and Kate were scheduled for an aerial tour of the Great Bear Rainforest, but rough weather prevented the flyover. Despite the rain, William went ahead with a ceremony to dedicate the Great Bear Rainforest to the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy trust. The B.C. government earlier this year agreed to protect the majority of the area from logging.