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The Royal family has made numerous trips to Winnipeg in the past. Take a look at some of our archived photos of their visits, dating as far back as 1919.

  • Royal visit takes place in front of Winnipeg City Hall, 1919

    Royal visit takes place in front of Winnipeg City Hall, 1919

  • Queen Elizabeth watches a little one dance during her 1952 visit to Winnipeg.

    Queen Elizabeth watches a little one dance during her 1952 visit to Winnipeg.

  • Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip at the intersection of Portage Avenue and Hargrave Street during their Royal visit in 1959.

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    Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip at the intersection of Portage Avenue and Hargrave Street during their Royal visit in 1959.

  • Winnipeg Blue Bomber Bud Grant greets Queen Elizabeth during her Royal Tour in 1959.

    Winnipeg Blue Bomber Bud Grant greets Queen Elizabeth during her Royal Tour in 1959.

  • The original caption on this 1970 photo was:

    The original caption on this 1970 photo was: "An optical illusion - a one-legged Queen and a one-eyed RCMP officer."

  • Prince Charles at the Holy Family Home in Winnipeg in 1970.

    Prince Charles at the Holy Family Home in Winnipeg in 1970.

  • Princess Margaret at Assiniboine School in Winnipeg in 1971

    Princess Margaret at Assiniboine School in Winnipeg in 1971

  • Princess Anne meets the public in Selkirk during the 1982 Royal Tour.

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    Princess Anne meets the public in Selkirk during the 1982 Royal Tour.

  • Duke and Duchess of York at the Legislative Building in 1987

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    Duke and Duchess of York at the Legislative Building in 1987

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