After taking part in the BC Government’s ‘Taste of British Columbia’ festival at Mission Hill Winery, the Duke and Duchess will fly to Whitehorse, Yukon to meet the Canadian Rangers, the military branch that provides a presence in the north of the country. The evening will be spent watching a cultural performance at the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre before the couple stay overnight in Whitehorse.Wednesday, September 28: Whitehorse and Carcross, YukonThe morning begins with a visit to the MacBride Museum, where the Duke and Duchess will learn about Yukon’s history. The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh visited the telegraph office, now part of the museum, in 1959.After a colourful party on Main Street in Whitehorse, showcasing local artists and craftsmen, the royals will head to Carcross, a small town of less than 300 people 70km from Whitehorse on the Klondike Highway, to meet the locals. After that it’s on to Montana Mountain, a stunning mountain biking hot-spot before making their way back to Victoria.Thursday, September 29: Victoria, British ColumbiaIt’s likely George and Charlotte will make an appearance today at a children’s party in Government House with military families. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Highlights of the tripThe trip features formal elements like a ceremonial welcome at British Columbia Parliament Buildings, events mirroring their charitable concerns like mental health, and relaxed engagements reflecting their interest in the natural world and outdoor pursuits.Highlights of the trip will see William and Kate go fishing on Haida Gwaii – an archipelago of some 450 islands off the British Columbia coast – when they visit members of the Skidegate Youth Centre. While on the islands they will travel in a canoe and receive a traditional welcome from the area’s Haida people.The Cambridges will also visit British Colombia’s Great Bear Rainforest – the world’s largest temperate rainforest.As a contrast in Vancouver at the Immigration Services Society of British Columbia they will meet some of the thousands of Syrian refuges who have arrived from UNHCR camps and at a separate event learn more about an outreach programme providing health and social services support to pregnant women and mothers with drug and alcohol issues.Tour outline day-by-daySaturday, September 24: Victoria, British Columbia After dropping their bags at Government House, the Duke and Duchess will make their way to British Columbia’s Parliament buildings and pay their respects at Victoria’s Cenotaph, unveiling a new plaque paying tribute to the veterans of Canada’s involvement in the Afghanistan conflict.Then their formal welcome to Canada begins with a guard of honour and speeches before returning to Government House to meet Canadian leaders. When are they going?The family will arrive in Canada on Saturday, September 24, touching down at Victoria Airport on a Royal Canadian Air Force plane. They will fly back to Britain on Saturday, October 1st.There are more than 30 engagements planned along the way as the couple visit five communities in British Columbia – Victoria, Vancouver, Haida Gwaii, Bella Bella, and Kelowna, and two communities in Yukon – Whitehorse and Carcross.Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau invited the whole family to visit in July. William and Kate will fly to Canada this weekend with Prince George, aged three, and 16-month-old Princess Charlotte, spending eight days travelling around British Columbia.The tour will see them take in everything from the bustling global city of Vancouver – population 2.5 million – to the remote and beautiful Bella Bella, home to less than 2,000 people. It comes five years after their honeymoon trip to the largest Commonwealth realm as newly-weds in 2011. Canada’s Globe And Mail has described the up-coming tour as a “match made in paparazzi heaven, featuring Prince William, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and their equally telegenic families”.Here’s everything we know about what the Cambridges will be up too in the wilderness of west Canada. An aerial view of the stunning Great Bear Rainforest, British Columbia.Credit:Rex/Shutterstock Sunday, September 25: Vancouver, British ColumbiaThe Duke and Duchess travel from Victoria to Vancouver by float plane where they will be welcomed in Jack Poole Plaza located by the Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre, named after the late Jack Poole, who was a key player behind the success of the 2010 Winter Olympics and 2010 Winter Paralympics held in Vancouver. After that, the couple will visit Sheway, a charity that helps mothers battling addiction and other issues, followed by the Immigration Services Society of British Columbia where they will meet Syrian refugees taken in by Canada.Later, there will be an event to celebrate young leaders in Canadian arts, music, sport, charity, business, and film. and finally a meeting with first responders at the Kitsilano Coastguard Station in Vanier Park.Monday, September 26: Bella Bella and Great Bear Rainforest, British ColumbiaThe Duke and Duchess head to the Great Bear Rainforest – the world’s largest temperate rainforest, located on the Central Coast of British Columbia – for an aerial tour by float plane before being welcomed by the Heiltsuk First Nations community in Bella Bella. After a tour of the community centre by young people, they will travel to nearby Mcloughlin Bay where they will see one of the new walking trails, before returning to Victoria for an evening reception at Government House.Tuesday, September 27: Kelowna, British Columbia and Whitehorse, YukonToday, the couple fly to Kelowna, a city in the Okanagan Valley where they will visit the Okanagan campus of the University of British Columbia, meeting students and watching the campus’ nationally ranked women’s volleyball team in action. How big is their entourage? William and Kate will be joined by an entourage of 12 – three private secretaries, a four-strong communications team, tour secretary, operations manager, personal assistant, and – paid for privately – a hairdresser and nanny Maria Borrallo.Kate’s hairdresser is likely to be Amanda Cook Tucker who has accompanied the Duchess on all her recent tours abroad, and was one of the first people to visit the Duchess in hospital after the births of her two children. Where will they stay?The famous Royals will be based in Government House, Victoria. throughout their stay. Victoria is the capital of British Columbia and was named after William’s great-great-great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria. It is likely their children will remain in the city when they travel to engagements. Naikoon Provincial Park, Haida Gwaii Masset, British Columbia.Credit:REX/Shutterstock Meet the Trudeaus…Mr Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau have three children – eight-year-old Xavier, seven-year-old Ella-Grace and two-year-old Hadrien.Former school teacher-turned-politician Mr Trudeau was elected last year, ending almost 10 years of Conservative rule in Canada.The Liberal leader once fought and won a charity boxing match against a Canadian Conservative senator in 2012. He also did a striptease down to his vest for charity in 2011 and has a tattoo of planet Earth inside a Haida raven on his left bicep.Earlier this year, he became the first Canadian prime minister to march in a gay pride parade and also performed one-armed press ups to demonstrate his country’s readiness for the Invictus Games. Friday, September 30: Haida Gwaii, British ColumbiaThe penultimate day of the trip will be spent at Haida Gwaii, the remote archipelago on the northern coast of British Columbia that is home to the Haida Nation.The couple will get the chance to paddle in a canoe to the beach at the Haida Heritage Centre and Museum, before an address by the President of the Haida Nation and cultural performance from local children.Then they will open the Haida Gwaii Hospital and Care Centre, which has transformed medical provision on the islands before joining youth from the Skidegate Youth Centre for a fishing trip.Saturday October 1: Victoria, British ColumbiaA busy final day for the Duke and Duchess. First up is a visit to the Cridge Centre for the Family – one of Victoria’s most well-known charitable institutions which provides a range of services, including support for women who have experienced domestic violence.Next it’s meeting families that have been supported by the Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre, one of British Columbia’s leading mental health charities, before they board a tall-ship operated by the Sail and Life Training Society, a charity that uses the power of sailing to give young people skills and direction in their lives.In the afternoon the couple will take part in an official departure ceremony at Victoria Harbour Airport before embarking on a brief tour of the southern tip of Vancouver Island just before they head home. They’re taking the childrenIt’s Princess Charlotte’s first tour abroad. Prince George travelled to Australia and New Zealand with his parents in 2014 when he was nine months old. He stole the limelight from his mother and father whenever he made an appearance – joining a playgroup in the New Zealand capital Wellington and enjoying a family trip to the zoo in Sydney.But the young prince and princess stayed behind in the UK with their nanny when the Duke and Duchess visited India and Bhutan earlier this year.William and Kate visited Canada for the first time as a couple in 2011 just a few months after their wedding, and William visited Canada with his parents Charles and Diana along with brother Harry in 1991.