TITLE

FEATHER IN ONE'S CAP CHARLES GREETS TRIBAL LEADER, THEN TURNS DJ

PUB. DATE
May 2012
SOURCE
Evening Standard;5/23/2012, p24
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
PRINCE Charles met a tribal leader in full headdress and then donned headphones for a session on a DJ's turntable during a visit to a youth project in Toronto. He shook hands with National Chief Shawn A-inchut Atleo in a meeting of the Assembly of First Nations which represents the indigenous people of North America. Charles looked slightly more unsure when he was asked to try his skills in the studio at the Yonge Street Mission in the city. He and the Duchess of Cornwall are touring Canada as part of the Diamond Jubilee.
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75504240

 

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