Program for the celebration in honour of the Coronation of King Charles III
144, Wellington Street
May 6, 2023
“I’ve seen what makes this country truly great. Her people and what they stand for. Outward-looking, big-hearted, and embodying Canada’s inherently global values.”
Canadian Secretary to The King
Assistant Deputy Minister
Department of Canadian Heritage
Algonquin Spiritual Advisor
Poet, writer, storyteller and artist from the Algonquin Nation of Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg, Albert Dumont has dedicated his life to promoting Indigenous spirituality and healing, and to protecting Indigenous rights.
Eagle River Singers
Eagle River Singers is a traditional drum group that consists of Algonquin men from the communities of Kitigan Zibi and Barriere Lake. The group is named after the river that runs through the territory of both communities.
Daughter of immigrant parents from Madagascar, Farah Alibay grew up in Quebec. Today, she is renowned for her illustrious career in aerospace engineering. She is active in her community and a champion of volunteer involvement. Farah Alibay is an inspiration for women in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
Vol de nuit
Hailing from Quebec, Florence K displays a multilingual and multidisciplinary repertoire that expresses a great cultural richness. She has earned several awards for her 10 albums over the years.
To a Dreamer in a Modern World
A poet from Toronto, Sabrina Benaim is known for casting a bright and understanding light on current social issues. Her poem To a Dreamer in a Modern World is an ode to the environment.
The unveilings mark the Coronation of a new Monarch and the change of reign.
President and CEO
Royal Canadian Mint
The Honourable Helena Jaczek, P.C., M.P.
Minister of Public Services and Procurement
Corporate and Employee Communications
The Honourable Bill Blair, P.C., C.O.M., M.P.
President of the King’s Privy Council for Canada and
Minister of Emergency Preparedness
Chief Herald of Canada
Canadian Heraldic Authority
The Honourable Dominic LeBlanc, P.C., K.C., M.P.
Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, Infrastructure and Communities
The Honourable Gudie Hutchings, P.C., M.P.
Minister of Rural Economic Development
In the Nick of Time
Traditional musical group
Formed in Prince Edward Island, Inn Echo personifies the richness of diversity. Their dynamic and distinctive music invites a confident and hopeful gaze towards the future.
The Central Band of the Canadian Armed Forces Serenade of Strings
Ottawa Regional Youth Choir
The Ottawa Regional Youth Choir was founded in 1982 to challenge and inspire youth of the Ottawa region to attain excellence in vocal performance.
30th Field Artillery Regiment
Royal Canadian Artillery
Ottawa-based muralist and illustrator Dominic Laporte combines traditional and mixed-media techniques. His work focuses on themes exploring the natural world and the symbiotic relationships to be found within it.
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