The Governor General visited British Columbia where she made stops in New Westminster, Vancouver, Nanaimo, Victoria and Comox.
March 8, 2019
In New Westminster, Her Excellency learned about the school board’s Fuel Up! lunch program and spoke at the Women in STEAM Symposium.
[En direct] L'ingéniosité et la créativité vont de pair quand il s'agit de progrès scientifique.— GGJuliePayette (@GGJuliePayette) March 8, 2019
[Live] Ingenuity and creativity go hand in hand when it comes to scientific progress. https://t.co/78IsWUtaV0 @New_Westminster #WomenInSTEM @innovatenewwest #IWD2019 #JIF2019 pic.twitter.com/KMxQMlDtwQ
March 9, 2019
She also heard about the incredible work being done at the Circle of Eagles Lodge Society in Vancouver and at COCO Café in Nanaimo.
March 10, 2019
In Victoria, the Governor General promoted health and fitness by participating in a bike ride with members of the Greater Victoria Bike to Work Society.
Cycling with members of the Greater Victoria Bike to Work Society. With more than 6,500 members, this non-profit organization promotes healthier, happier, and more connected communities.#GGActive— GGJuliePayette (@GGJuliePayette) March 10, 2019
@BikeToWorkVictoria @thegreattrail pic.twitter.com/BqFc4ibM5f
March 11, 2019
The Governor General also visited with Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members at 19 Wing Comox.
À bord d'un avion CC-115 Buffalo du 442e Escadron au-dessus de l'île de #Vancouver, #ColombieBritannique.— GGJuliePayette (@GGJuliePayette) March 12, 2019
Aboard a 442 Squadron CC-115 Buffalo aircraft in #BritishColumbia over Vancouver Island. @rcaf_arc @ARC_RCAF pic.twitter.com/rah128iymK