Canadian Rangers & Junior Canadian Rangers excited to welcome The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge

Video / October 3, 2016 / Project number: 16-0254-01

(Wide shot of jet taxiing)

(Cut to close up of cockpit window and territorial flag flying out of the cockpit)

(Cut to wide shot of audience watching the jet’s arrival)

(Dissolve to Canadian Rangers standing at attention)

(Cut to wide shot of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge exiting the jet. A soldier in Air Force blue salutes as they proceed. Prince William waves)

David Johnson (voiceover):

I am delighted to be here

(Cut to wide shot of Governor General David Johnson speaking at a podium and key reading ‘Governor General of Canada His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnson)

 to welcome Your Royal Highnesses to Whitehorse for the continuation of your tour.  Welcome to northern Canada. 

(Cut to wide shot of the Duke and Duchess listening with other guests. Camera slowly zooms in)

As Commander in Chief of Canada, I’m so proud to be joined together by some members of the Canadian Rangers

(Cut to wide shot of Canadian and Junior Rangers standing at attention)

and the Junior Rangers.  What marvelous people. 

(Cut to wide shot of Prince William and a soldier walking side by side next to the jet. The Prince greets a group of Rangers shaking hands with one)

The Canadian Rangers have served Canada in the North with great skill and dedication for many years. 

(Cut to medium shot of Rangers and Junior Rangers)

They are Canada’s eyes and ears up here

(Cut to wide shot of Prince William greeting Rangers)

 and so much more.  And thanks to Your Royal Highnesses

(Cut to wide shot of the tarmac with jet, Rangers and other guests)

for coming to Yukon to show your support for the great people of northern Canada. 

(Cut to medium shot of Canadian Rangers at attention. Camera pans across them)

I know you are in for a very warm welcome

(Cut to wide shot of the Governor General at the podium)

and some unique and inspiring experiences.  Have a wonderful time

(Cut to wide shot of Prince William speaking with Junior Canadian Ranger Britney Hossack)

 in Yukon.

Britney Hossack (voiceover):

I talked to Prince Will. 

(Cut to close up of Britney Hossack and key reading ‘Britney Hossack JCR/RJC’)

He asked me what my name was, how long I have been in the Junior Ranger program for – four years.  He asked us what we did.  I said we do a lot of search and rescue – so practising just for that.  We do shooting with the Daisy air rifles.

(Cut to wide shot of Prince William and Junior Ranger Hossack)

 And then, he asked how old I was, and I’m 16.

(Cut to close up of Junior Canadian Ranger Hossack)

I thought it was a definitely a great experience.  I wasn’t expecting their voice to be like that.  I don’t know why I didn’t - wasn’t expecting it to be that accent. 

(Cut to wide shot of Prince William speaking with a group of Junior Canadian Rangers)

It was very cool, they are very nice people. 

Brendon MacKinnon (voiceover):

He asked how long I’ve been in Junior Rangers for. 

(Cut to wide shot of Prince William with Junior Rangers)

(Cut to close up of Junior Ranger Brendon MacKinnon and key reading ‘Brendon MacKinnon JCR/RJC’)

I didn’t think he would want to talk to me, just person to person.  I thought that was quite cool.

(Cut to close up of Ranger Art Birss with key reading ‘Art Birss Ranger’)

Art Birss:

For me this is once in a lifetime.  To do something like this, it was pretty special for me. 

(Cut to wide shot of the Duke and Duchess walking on the tarmac)

All five CRPGs were represented across Canada, which I think is great, because I think everybody needs an opportunity to be able to do something like this.

(Prince William waves)

(Fade to black.  Fade to Title reading: Strong. Proud. Ready. Forts. Fiers. Prêts.)

(Fade to National Defence Identifier and copyright information. Fade to Canada wordmark.)

 

 

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