Queen Elizabeth with Prince Phillip on a stage outside the Parliament building in Ottawa, Canada. At an outdoor children's party, the Queen cuts a huge cake shaped like a building. Children in wheel chairs and on crutches attend the party. The Queen gives a piece of cake to a boy in a wheel chair.
Centennial Celebrations in Canada. To kick them off, on New Year's Day 1967, a Centennial memorial flame is Lit on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, by Prime Minister of Canada Lester B. Pearson. All the provinces of Canada celebrate its Centennial year with pomp and show. Fireworks, balloons, birthday cakes and parades are part of the celebrations.
President Eisenhower visits Ottawa, Canada. President of the United States Dwight D. Eisenhower and his wife Mamie Geneva Doud Eisenhower get off an aircraft at Ottawa. Officers greet and receive them. He arrives in Ottawa to talk to Prime Minister of Canada John George Diefenbaker and Canadian leaders. Eisenhower addresses the parliament on difference in trade policy. Gathering applauds.
U.S. Air Force Chief General Hoyt S. Vandenberg in Ottawa, Canada. U.S. Air Force C-121 aircraft taxis along the airfield. USAF Chief General Hoyt Vandenberg talks to an officer at an airfield in Ottawa. The General greets the dignitaries who arrive for the Ottawa conference.
Alexander Cambridge arrives as the new Governor General of Canada in Ottawa, Ontario. Officers greet Governor General Alexander Cambridge. An aircraft flies over a clock tower. Honor guards lined up outside the Parliament Building. Governor General with officials. Governor General with his wife Princes Alice as she holds flowers in her hands.
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. A large crowd gathers on a street to greet the King and the Queen. Bakers standing near a table. A cake on the table. The King and the Queen come outside a building. A large crowd cheer and wave towards them. People standing near the cake. Aerial view of the large crowd on the street. A war memorial at Connaught Square dedicated to the soldiers who died in World War II. The dignitaries place a wreath on the memorial.