Their plane is expected to touch down at Halifax's Stanfield International Airport at 2:20 p.m. AT.
The royal couple will arrive at the Garrison Grounds at 3 p.m. for the official welcome, which will include military honours, performances and the presence of many Canadian dignitaries. The Queen will also do a walkabout.
At 3:55 p.m., they will arrive at the Halifax Common to take part in the Mi'kmaq cultural event celebrating the 400th anniversary of the baptism of Grand Chief Henri Membertou.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will rededicate Government House on Barrington Street in a ceremony beginning at 4:25 p.m.
Government House, the official residence of the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia, is more than 200 years old and recently underwent an extensive three-year renovation.
On Tuesday at 10:45 a.m. at Government House, the Duke of Edinburgh will present the World Ship Trust Certificate to representatives of the HMCS Haida, a naval ship that is now a national historic site in Hamilton.
At 12:20 p.m., the couple will attend a luncheon at CFB Halifax hosted by Minister of National Defence Peter MacKay. There they will meet the men and women who serve on the base.
The royal couple will then take part in the International Fleet Review. They arrive at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography in Dartmouth at 2 p.m. The Queen will meet members of Canada's navy and celebrate the Canadian Naval Centennial.
The day wraps up with a celebration of Nova Scotia at the Cunard Centre hosted by the government of Nova Scotia, beginning at 8 p.m.
At 10:20 a.m. Wednesday, the royal couple leave Nova Scotia for Ottawa, after planting a tree in the Government House garden to commemorate their visit.
There will be various street closures and traffic restrictions during the tour.
The Queen should come to 161 Elgin Street Ottawa and meet some of the
greatest criminals in Canada. They are the members of the "underbelly of the
Judiciary", who flagrantly abuse their judicial powers to intimidate and harass
any one who might embarrass them.
The Queen needs to be reminded that despite the "Kanadian" Charter of Rights and Freedoms, men have no legal rights in Canada.
The entire family court process is set up from start to finish as a War Against Men, to deprive children of any contact with their father and to indefinitely incarcerate any father who simply wishes to be a father.
The Ontario Family Court system effectively issues "deportation orders" that is, "restraining orders" that are so draconian that the only way to have a life is to leave the country.
Any male in any other country who meets a Canadian woman should be reminded NEVER move to Canada where the Rule of Law has been replaced by a Male Sharia Law that makes men second class citizens.
Be Warned, if you are male, you are or could be a father, and thinking of moving to Canada remember, in Canada, Men have no legal rights.