05/20/2014 08:26 EDT | Updated 07/20/2014 05:59 EDT

Prince Charles, Camilla tour continues in P.E.I. today

The four-day Canadian tour of Prince Charles and his wife Camilla will take them to other P.E.I. events today, including a youth parliament at Province House and a college urban development program.

The royal couple arrived in Nova Scotia on Sunday afternoon, receiving a warm welcome before participating in various events in Halifax and Pictou. They landed on P.E.I. Monday evening. 

They attended a concert at Province House featuring P.E.I. musicians as well as non-musical acts.

On Tuesday, the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall will attend the youth parliament in Charlottetown and a ceremony at the Confederation Centre of the Arts, where Charles will make a public address.

Charles will then head to Holland College to see the school's sustainable urban development program and its heritage retrofit program.

Camilla will visit the Island's newest seniors' residence, the Prince Edward Home.

In the afternoon, they'll visit Cornwall United Church for a Salute to Seniors event. The royal couple will again separate, with Charles heading to Bonshaw Provincial Park, P.E.I.'s first wilderness park.

Camilla will return to Charlottetown to visit the Immanuel Christian School.

The two are expected to depart for Winnipeg from the Charlottetown Airport in the late afternoon, to continue their four-day tour.