In Canada, a number of sites and structures are named for royal individuals, whether a member of the past French royal family, British royal family, or present Canadian royal family thus reflecting the country's status as a constitutional monarchy under the Canadian Crown. Those who married into the royal family are indicated by an asterisk (*). Charles Edward Stuart was a pretender to the British throne.

Eponymous royalty

King Francis I

King Francis I
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Quebec QC

Queen Elizabeth I

Queen Elizabeth I
Colloquially: Good Queen Bess
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
British Columbia BC
Nunavut NU
  • Queen Elizabeth Foreland[5]

King Henry IV

King Henry IV
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Nova Scotia NS
Quebec QC

King James VI and I

King James VI and I
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Ontario ON

Queen Henrietta Maria*

Queen Henrietta Maria
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Ontario ON
  • Cape Henrietta Maria[8]

Prince Rupert

Prince Rupert
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Alberta AB
Manitoba MB
  • Rupert Avenue, Winnipeg
  • Rupertsland Avenue, Winnipeg (indirectly)
  • Prince Rupert Avenue, Winnipeg
British Columbia BC
Quebec QC
 
  • Rupert's Land[11] (divided into Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Nunavut, Northwest Territories, and Yukon)

King Charles I

King Charles I
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Ontario ON

King Louis XIV

King Louis XIV
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Nova Scotia NS
Quebec QC

Queen Anne

Queen Anne
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Nova Scotia NS

Louis, Dauphin of France

Louis, Dauphin of France
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Manitoba MB

King George I

King George I
Other title: Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (1698–1714)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Nova Scotia NS

King George II

King George II
Other title: Prince of Wales (1714–1727)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Manitoba MB
Nova Scotia NS

Prince Frederick (1707–1751)

Prince Frederick
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Ontario ON

Charles Edward Stuart

Charles Edward Stuart
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Prince Edward Island PEI

Prince William (1721–1765)

Prince William
Other title: The Duke of Cumberland (1726–1765)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Nova Scotia NS

King George III

King George III
Other titles: Prince George (1738–1760)
The Duke of Lancaster (1760–1820)
Elector of Hanover (Brunswick-Lüneburg) (1760–1820)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
British Columbia BC
New Brunswick NB
Newfoundland and Labrador NL
Nova Scotia NS
Ontario ON
Prince Edward Island PE

Queen Charlotte*

Queen Charlotte
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
British Columbia BC
New Brunswick NB
  • Queen's College
Newfoundland and Labrador NL
Nova Scotia NS
Ontario ON
Prince Edward Island PE

Prince Frederick (1763–1827)

Prince Frederick
Other title: The Duke of York and Albany (1784–1827)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
New Brunswick NB
Nova Scotia NS
Ontario ON
Nunavut NU

Princess Frederica*

Princess Frederica
Other title: The Duchess of York and Albany (1791–1820)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Ontario ON

Prince Edward (1767–1820)

Prince Edward
Other title: The Duke of Kent (1799–1820)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
New Brunswick NB
  • Prince Edward Street, Saint John
Nova Scotia NS
Ontario ON
Prince Edward Island PE
Quebec QC

Princess Victoria* (1786–1861)

Princess Victoria
Other title: The Duchess of Kent (1818–1861)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Prince Edward Island PE

Prince Augustus

Prince Augustus
Other title: The Duke of Sussex (1801–1843)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Ontario ON

Prince Adolphus

Prince Adolphus
Other title: The Duke of Cambridge (1801–1850)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Ontario ON
Nunavut NU

Princess Augusta

Princess Augusta
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Ontario ON

Princess Mary

Princess Mary
Other title: The Duchess of Gloucester (1816–1857)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
New Brunswick NB
Ontario ON
  • North Marysburgh

Princess Sophia

Princess Sophia
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Ontario ON

Princess Amelia

Princess Amelia
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Ontario ON
Nova Scotia NS

King George IV

King George IV
Other title: The Duke of Cornwall (1762–1820)
Royal house: House of Guelph
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Newfoundland and Labrador NL
  • King George IV Ecological Reserve
  • King George IV Lake[57]
Nova Scotia NS
Ontario ON
  • King George Public School, Guelph
Prince Edward Island PE
Nunavut NU

Queen Caroline*

Queen Caroline
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Ontario ON

King Leopold I*

King Leopold I
Other title: Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld (1790–1826)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Ontario ON

King William IV

King William IV
Other titles: Prince William Henry (1765–1830)
The Duke of Clarence and St. Andrews (1765–1830)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
New Brunswick NB
Nova Scotia NS
  • Prince Street, Sydney (originally Prince William Henry Street)
Quebec QC
Ontario ON
Saskatchewan SK
Nunavut NU

Queen Adelaide*

Queen Adelaide
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Ontario ON
Saskatchewan SK
Nunavut NU

The Viscountess Falkland

The Viscountess Falkland[n 9]
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Nova Scotia NS

Queen Victoria

Further information: List of places named after Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria
Other title: Empress of India (1876–1901)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Alberta AB
British Columbia BC
Manitoba MB
  • Empress Street, Winnipeg[74]
  • Jubilee Avenue, Winnipeg[74]
New Brunswick NB
Newfoundland and Labrador NL
Nova Scotia NS
Ontario ON
Prince Edward Island PE
Quebec QC
Saskatchewan SK
Northwest Territories NT
Nunavut NU

Prince Albert*

Prince Albert
Other title: Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1819–1857)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
British Columbia BC
Manitoba MB
  • Albert Beach
  • Albert Street, Winnipeg[74]
New Brunswick NB
Nova Scotia NS
Ontario ON
Saskatchewan SK
Nunavut NU

Princess Victoria (1840–1901)

Princess Victoria
Other title: Princess Royal (1841–1901)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
British Columbia BC
Ontario ON
Nunavut NU

Princess Alice

Princess Alice
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
British Columbia BC

Prince Alfred

Prince Alfred
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
British Columbia BC

Princess Helena

Princess Helena
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
British Columbia BC

Princess Louise (1848–1939)

Princess Louise
Full name: Louisa Caroline Alberta
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Alberta AB
British Columbia BC
Manitoba MB
  • Princess Street, Winnipeg[74]
  • Louise Street, Winnipeg[74]
New Brunswick NB
Ontario ON
  • Princess Louise Falls, Ottawa[111]
  • Princess Louise Park, Ottawa
  • Princess Louise Drive, Ottawa
Quebec QC

The Duke of Argyll*

The Duke of Argyll
Other title: The Marquess of Lorne (1847–1900)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Alberta AB
British Columbia BC
Manitoba MB
  • Lorne Avenue, Winnipeg[74]
  • Argyle Street, Winnipeg[74]
  • Lorne Street, Trenton, Ontario
New Brunswick NB
Nova Scotia NS
Ontario ON
  • Argyle Avenue, Ottawa
Saskatchewan SK

Prince Arthur

Prince Arthur
Other title: The Duke of Connaught and Strathearn (1874–1942)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Alberta AB
British Columbia BC
Manitoba MB
New Brunswick NB
Nova Scotia NS
Northwest Territories NT
Ontario ON
  • Connaught Public School, Ottawa
Quebec QC
Saskatchewan SK

Princess Patricia

Princess Patricia
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Alberta AB
British Columbia BC
Ontario ON
Saskatchewan SK

Prince Leopold

Prince Leopold
Other title: The Duke of Albany (1881–1884)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Ontario ON
Saskatchewan SK

Princess Beatrice

Princess Beatrice
Full name: Beatrice Mary Victoria Feodore
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
British Columbia BC

The Earl of Athlone*

The Earl of Athlone
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Alberta AB
Manitoba MB
  • Athlone Drive, Winnipeg[108]
Newfoundland and Labrador NL
Ontario ON
  • The Athlone, Ottawa

King Edward VII

King Edward VII
Full name: Albert Edward
Other titles: The Prince of Wales (1841–1901)
The Duke of Rothesay (1841–1901)
Baron of Renfrew (1901–1910)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Alberta AB
British Columbia BC
Manitoba MB
  • King Edward Street, Winnipeg[74]
New Brunswick NB
Newfoundland and Labrador NL
Nova Scotia NS
Ontario ON
Prince Edward Island PE PE
Quebec QC
  • Route Édouard VII, Saint Philippe de Laprairie
Saskatchewan SK
Nunavut NU

Queen Alexandra*

Queen Alexandra
Other title: Princess Alexandra (1844–1901)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Alberta AB
British Columbia BC
Nova Scotia NS
Ontario ON
  • Queen Alexandra Public School, Toronto
Saskatchewan SK

Princess Maud

Princess Maud
Other title: Queen Maud (1905–1938)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Nunavut NU

Princess Louise (1867–1931)

Princess Louise
Other title: Princess Royal (1905–1931)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
British Columbia BC

King George V

King George V
Other titles: The Duke of York (1892–1910)
The Prince of Wales (1901–1910)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Alberta AB
British Columbia BC
Manitoba MB
New Brunswick NB
Newfoundland and Labrador NL
Ontario ON
Quebec QC
Saskatchewan SK
Nunavut NU
  • King George V Mountain

Queen Mary*

Queen Mary
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Alberta AB
British Columbia BC
Ontario ON
  • Queen Mary Hospital (part of West Park Healthcare Centre)
Quebec QC
Saskatchewan SK

Prince George

Prince George
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Ontario ON

King Edward VIII

King Edward VIII
Other titles: Prince Edward (1894–1936), (1936–1972)
The Prince of Wales (1910–1936)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Alberta AB
British Columbia BC
Ontario ON
Saskatchewan SK
  • Prince of Wales Promenade, Regina

King George VI

King George VI
Other title: The Duke of York (1920–1936)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Alberta AB
British Columbia BC
Ontario ON
Quebec QC
Saskatchewan SK

Queen Elizabeth*

Queen Elizabeth
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Alberta AB
  • Queen Elizabeth Park, Edmonton[146]
British Columbia BC
Newfoundland and Labrador NL
Nova Scotia NS
Ontario ON
Saskatchewan SK

Princess Margaret

Princess Margaret
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Alberta AB
British Columbia BC
Manitoba MB
New Brunswick NB
Nova Scotia NS
  • Princess Margaret Rose Elementary School, Truro
Ontario ON
  • Princess Margaret Boulevard, Toronto
Saskatchewan SK

Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II
Other title: Princess Elizabeth (1926–1952)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Alberta AB
British Columbia BC
Manitoba MB
New Brunswick NB
  • Queen Elizabeth Boulevard, Moncton[153]
  • Queen Elizabeth Drive, Bathurst[153]
Newfoundland and Labrador NL
  • Queen Elizabeth High School, St. Edward's
Nova Scotia NS
Ontario ON
Prince Edward Island PE
Quebec QC
Saskatchewan SK
  • Queen Elizabeth Boulevard, Kamsack[153]
  • Queen Elizabeth Power Station, Saskatoon[153]
Northwest Territories NT
Nunavut NU
Yukon YK

Prince Philip*

Prince Philip
Other title: The Duke of Edinburgh (1947–2021)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Newfoundland and Labrador NL
Saskatchewan SK

Princess Anne

Princess Anne
Other title: The Princess Royal (1987–present)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Ontario ON

Prince Andrew

Prince Andrew
Other title: The Duke of York (1986–present)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Nova Scotia NS
Ontario ON
  • Prince Andrew Public School, Denfield[184]
  • Prince Andrew Public School, LaSalle (replaced by Legacy Oak Trail Public School)[185]

Prince Edward (1964–present)

Prince Edward
Other title:The Duke of Edinburgh (2023–present)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Saskatchewan SK

Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor

Lady Louise Mountbatten-Windsor
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Manitoba MB

James Mountbatten-Windsor, Earl of Wessex

James Mountbatten-Windsor, Earl of Wessex
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Manitoba MB

King Charles III

King Charles III
Other titles: Prince Charles (1948–2022)
The Prince of Wales (1958–2022)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Alberta AB
  • Prince Charles Elementary School, Edmonton
British Columbia BC
New Brunswick NB
Newfoundland and Labrador NL * Prince of Wales Arena, St. John's
Ontario ON
Prince Edward Island PEI
Quebec QC
Saskatchewan SK
Northwest Territories NT
Nunavut NU

Diana, Princess of Wales*

Diana, Princess of Wales
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Ontario ON
Saskatchewan SK
  • Princess Diana Multi-District Park, Saskatoon

Queen Camilla*

Queen Camilla
Other title: Duchess of Cornwall (2005–2022)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Prince Edward Island PEI

Prince William (1982–present)

Prince William
Other titles: The Duke of Cambridge (2011–present)
The Prince of Wales (2022–present)
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Ontario ON

Various

Various
Named for multiple members of the Royal Family
Region Geographic locations Civil structures Schools Buildings
Manitoba MB
Quebec QC

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The mountain was named in 1982 for a collection of madrigals entitled The Triumphs of Oriana, with Oriana being a nickname for Queen Elizabeth.[3]
  2. ^ a b Named for its location in Kings County[18]
  3. ^ Only the original Fort George was named for George III, the city's name Prince George honours a Duke of Kent. d. 1902, not George III.[22]
  4. ^ Named for its location in the archipelago (now known as Haida Gwaii)[32]
  5. ^ The islands were named by the explorer George Dixon for his ship the Queen Charlotte, which in turn was named for the queen.[34]
  6. ^ a b Named for the Queen's Rangers[37]
  7. ^ Named for its location in Queens County[38]
  8. ^ Hamilton suggests the town was named in honor of the city on Prince Edward Island.Hamilton (1978, p. 110)
  9. ^ The Viscountess Falkland, née Amelia Cary FitzClarence, was the youngest of William IV's illegitimate children.
  10. ^ Queensborough was the original name for New Westminster. The name was changed at Victoria's suggestion.[71] In 1908, the present Queensborough was established and named in honour of the prior name.[72]
  11. ^ Named for its proximity to Alexandra Bridge[135]

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