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Encyclopedia > List of Canadian organizations with royal patronage

This is a list of Canadian organizations with designated royal status and/or under the patronage of members of the Canadian Royal Family, listed by the king or queen who granted the designation. The Arms of Her Majesty in Right of Canada, proclaimed by King George V, November 21, 1921. ...

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Civilian

King George III
Year Organization Patron
1801 Royal Institution for the Advancement of Learning [1] (later McGill University)
1802 University of King's College in Windsor, Nova Scotia, later relocated to Halifax, Nova Scotia
1810 Canada Club HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
King George IV
Year Organization Patron
1827 King's College (later the University of Toronto)
Queen Victoria
Year Organization Patron
1837 Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
1837 Upper Canada College HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Visitor)[2]
1841 Queen's College (later Queen's University)
1843 Bishop's University
1851 Royal Canadian Institute Lieutenant Governor of Ontario
1854 Royal Canadian Yacht Club HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh[2]
1862 Royal Halifax Yacht Club - superseded by the Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron
1867 Canadian Medical Association HM Queen Elizabeth II, HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Honorary Member)[2]
1867 Queen's Privy Council for Canada HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Privy Councilor)[2]
1879 Canadian National Exhibition Association HM Queen Elizabeth II[2]
1879 Lakefield College School HRH Prince Andrew, Duke of York (Trustee)[2]
1880 Royal Canadian Academy of Arts[3]
1882 Royal Commonwealth Society of Canada
1883 Royal Society of Canada HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Honorary Fellow)[4][2]
1884 Royal Montreal Golf Club[5]
1887 Royal Victoria Hospital
1888 Royal Victoria College
1891 Royal Hamilton Yacht Club - filed for bankruptcy in 1983; title reinstated in 1991
1894 Royal Canadian Humane Association
1894 Royal St. Lawrence Yacht Club of Montreal HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh[2]
1894 Royal Toronto Sailing Skiff Club
1896 Royal Canadian Golf Association
1898 Royal Kennebeccasis Yacht Club
1900 Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire HM Queen Elizabeth II[2]
King Edward VII
Year Organization Patron
1902 Royal Cape Breton Yacht Club
1903 Royal Astronomical Society of Canada
1905 Royal Vancouver Yacht Club HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh[2]
1907 Royal Alexandra Hospital (Edmonton, Alberta)
1908 Royal Life Saving Society of Canada
1908 Royal Architectural Institute of Canada HM Queen Elizabeth II[2]
1909 Royal Edward Laurentian Sanatorium (later Montréal Chest Hospital)
1909 Canadian Red Cross Society HM Queen Elizabeth II[2]
King George V
Year Organization Patron
1910 Royal Guardians
1910 Royal Over-Seas League
1911 Royal Victoria Yacht Club HRH Prince Andrew, Duke of York[2]
1912 Royal Ottawa Golf Club (Aylmer, Quebec)
1913 Royal Canadian Institute
1913 Royal Ottawa Sanatorium
1914 Royal Ontario Museum Lieutenant Governor of Ontario
1919 Federated Women's Institutes of Canada HM Queen Elizabeth II[2]
1923 Royal Automobile Club of Canada - absorbed by the Canadian Automobile Association
1924 Royal Lake of the Woods Yacht Club
1924 Royal Montréal Curling Club HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh(Honorary Life Member)[2]
1929 Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada HM Queen Elizabeth II[2]
1930 Royal Botanical Gardens of Hamilton
1931 Royal Colwood Golf Club
1933 Royal Botanical Gardens Lieutenant Governor of Ontario
1934 Royal Québec Golf Club
King George VI
Year Organization Patron
1938 Canadian Cancer Society HM Queen Elizabeth II)[2]
1938 Canadian Power & Sail Squadrons HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
1944 Royal Canadian Flying Clubs Association
1946 Save the Children Canada HM Queen Elizabeth II[2]
1946 Canadian Cutting Horse Association HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh[2]
1947 Royal Conservatory of Music of Toronto
1949 Canadian Water Ski Association - now named Water Ski & Wakeboard Canada HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Honorary Patron)[2]
Queen Elizabeth II
Year Organization Patron
1952 Royal Canadian Humane Association HM Queen Elizabeth II)[2]
1953 Royal Winnipeg Ballet
1953 Royal Commonwealth Society of Canada
1957 Royal Canadian Geographical Society Governor General of Canada
1957 Canadian Nurses Association HM Queen Elizabeth II[2]
1959 Royal Canadian College of Organists
1959 Royal Philatelic Society of Canada
1959 Royal Glenora Club (Edmonton, Alberta)
1961 Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre
1962 Royal Canadian Legion HM Queen Elizabeth II and the Governor General of Canada
1962 Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh)[2]
1964 Royal Jubilee Hospital
1964 Royal College of Dentists of Canada
1965 Royal Newfoundland Yacht Club
1965 Royal Hamilton Conservatory of Music
1966 Royal Victoria Hospital of Barrie
1967 Dawson City Museum and Historical Society HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh[2]
1967 Canadian Curling Association HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh[2]
1969 Royal Western Nova Scotia Yacht Club
1969 Outward Bound Trust, Canada HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh[2]
1972 Royal United Services Institute of Vancouver Island
1972 Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum HRH Charles, Prince of Wales[2]
1974 Vancouver Rowing Club HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh[2]
1975 Royal United Services Institute of Alberta HRH Prince Andrew, Duke of York
1977 Royal United Services Institute of Kingston, Ontario
1979 Royal United Services Institute of Regina, Saskatchewan
1979 Toronto French School HM Queen Elizabeth II[2]
1980 Canadian Therapeutic Riding Association HRH Anne, Princess Royal[2]
1981 Royal Manitoba Yacht Club
1981 St. John's Ravenscourt School HM Queen Elizabeth II[2]
1982 Royal United Services Institute of Manitoba
1983 Royal New Brunswick Rifle Association
1984 Royal Glenora Club (Edmonton, Alberta)
1987 Royal British Columbia Museum
1987 Abbeyfield Houses Society of Canada HRH Charles, Prince of Wales
1988 Upper Canada College Campaign HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh[2]
1989 Royal United Services Institute of Vancouver
1989 Royal St. George's College (Toronto, Ontario)
1990 Royal University Hospital (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan)
1990 Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology (Drumheller, Alberta)
1991 Royal Hamilton Yacht Club (first granted in 1891) HRH Charles, Prince of Wales[2]
1992 Globe Theatre (Regina, Saskatchewan HRH Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex[2]
1993 Royal Saskatchewan Museum
1993 Royal Kingston Curling Club
1993 Royal United Services Institute of New Brunswick
1995 The Duke of Edinburgh's Award, Young Canadian's Challenge Charter for Business HRH Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex(Honorary Chairman)[2]
1998 Royal Regina Golf Club
1999 Royal Niagara Military Institute
1999 Royal London United Services Institute
2002 The Royal Heraldry Society of Canada
2005 Royal Alberta Museum
2006 Canadian Canoe Museum HRH Prince Andrew, Duke of York[2]
Dates unknown
Year Organization Patron
British Railway Modellers of North America HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Honorary Member)[2]
Canadian Businesses for Social Responsibility HRH Charles, Prince of Wales[2]
Canadian Power Squadrons HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh[2]
College of Family Physicians of Canada HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Honorary Member)[2]
Engineering Institute of Canada HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Honorary Member)[2]
Fondation de la Faune du Quebec HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Honorary Life Member)[2]
Friends of Lakefield College School HRH Prince Andrew, Duke of York[2]
Friends of the Osborne and Lillian H. Smith Collections HRH Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy[2]
Loyal Canadian Prince Club HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Honorary Member)[2]
New Haven Trust HRH Sophie, Countess of Wessex[2]
Porcupine Rod and Gun Club HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Life Member)[2]
Princess Margaret Hospital HRH Anne, Princess Royal
Robert T. Jones Scholarship Foundation HRH Prince Andrew, Duke of York[2]
Royal Nova Scotia Yacht Squadron HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh[2]
South Saskatchewan Wildlife Association HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Honorary Life Member)[2]
Toronto Club HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Honorary Life Member)[2]
Toronto General Hospital HRH Sophie, The Countess of Wessex[2]
Toronto Press Club HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Honorary Member)[2]
University Club of Montreal HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Honorary Member)[2]
Vancouver Raquets Club HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Honorary Member)[2]
World Affairs Canada HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh)[2]

Military

Queen Victoria
Year Organization Patron
1860 1st Prince of Wales's Regiment (later Canadian Grenadier Guards) HM Queen Elizabeth II (Colonel in Chief)
1862 5th Battalion, The Royal Light Infantry of Montreal (later Royal Highland Regiment of Canada)
1863 Queen's Own Rifles of Toronto (later Queen's Own Rifles of Canada)
1866 1st York Troop The Governor General's Body Guard for Upper Canada (later Governor General's Horse Guards)
1869 Provisional Battalion of Dorchester (later Le Régiment de la Chaudière) HM Queen Elizabeth II (Colonel in Chief)
1872 Governor General's Foot Guards HM Queen Elizabeth II (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1874 Royal Military College of Canada
1884 8th Princess Louise's New Brunswick Regiment of Cavalry (later 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise's))
1887 Royal School of Cavalry (later Royal Canadian Dragoons)
1890 Royal Canadian Military Institute Lieutenant Governor of Ontario
1891 48th Highlanders of Canada HM Queen Elizabeth II (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1892 Royal Canadian Regiment of Infantry (later Royal Canadian Regiment)
1893 Royal Canadian Dragoons HRH Charles, Prince of Wales (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1895 Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery HM Queen Elizabeth II (Captain General)[2]
1901 Royal Canadian Regiment HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Colonel in Chief)[2]
King Edward VII
Year Organization Patron
1902 43rd Regiment (The Duke of Cornwall's Own Rifles) (later Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa) HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Colonel in Chief)
1903 Royal Canadian Mounted Rifles (later Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians)) HRH Charles, Prince of Wales (Colonel in Chief)
1905 Royal Canadian Horse Artillery
King George V
Year Organization Patron
1910 Royal Naval College of Canada
1910 72nd Highlanders of Canada (later Seaforth Highlanders of Canada) HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Colonel in Chief)
1913 60th Rifles of Canada (later Saskatchewan Dragoons) HRH Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex (Colonel in Chief)
1917 Royal Newfoundland Regiment HRH Anne, Princess Royal (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1919 Royal Canadian Ordnance Corps
1920 Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment HRH Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1920 The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada (Princess Louise's) HM Queen Elizabeth II (Royal Colonel)[2]
1920 Queen's Own Rifles of Canada HRH Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1921 Royal 22e Régiment HM Queen Elizabeth II (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1921 Royal Canadian Corps of Signals (later Communications and Electronics Branch, Canadian Forces)
1923 Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1924 Calgary Highlanders HM Queen Elizabeth II (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1932 Corps of Royal Canadian Engineers HM Queen Elizabeth II (Colonel in Chief)
1935 Royal Winnipeg Rifles HRH Charles, Prince of Wales (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1935 Royal Highland Regiment of Canada HRH Charles, Prince of Wales (Colonel in Chief)
1936 Royal Regiment of Toronto Grenadiers (later Royal Regiment of Canada)
1936 Lincoln and Welland Regiment HRH Sophie, Countess of Wessex (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1936 Royal Hamilton Light Infantry HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1936 Grey and Simcoe Foresters HRH Anne, Princess Royal (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1936 Queen's York Rangers HRH Prince Andrew, Duke of York (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1936 Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment) HRH Prince Edward, Duke of Kent (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1936 Governor General's Horse Guards HM Queen Elizabeth II (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1939 Royal Regiment of Canada HRH Charles, Prince of Wales (Colonel in Chief)[2]
King George VI
Year Organization Patron
1941 Royal Roads Military College (closed 1995)
1942 Royal Canadian Army Cadets HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1942 Royal Canadian Sea Cadets HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Admiral)[2]
1946 King's Own Calgary Regiment HM Queen Elizabeth II (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1946 Naval Officers' Association of Canada HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh[2]
1948 Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Mary's) HRH Princess Alexandra, The Honourable Lady Ogilvy (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1950 Naval Officers' Club Montreal HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh[2]
Queen Elizabeth II
Year Organization Patron
1952 Royal Canadian Air Force Benevolent Fund HM Queen Elizabeth II[2]
1952 Royal Canadian Naval Benevolent Fund HM Queen Elizabeth II)[2]
1952 Collège militaire royal de Saint-Jean (closed 1995)
1952 Navy League of Canada HM Queen Elizabeth II[2]
1953 Royal Canadian Air Cadets HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Honorary Air Commodore)
1954 Essex and Kent Scottish HRH Prince Michael of Kent (Colonel in Chief)
1956 Royal New Brunswick Regiment HM Queen Elizabeth II (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1958 Royal Canadian Ordnance Corps HM Queen Elizabeth II (Colonel in Chief)
1960 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise's) HRH Anne, Princess Royal (Colonel in Chief)
1964 Royal Canadian Naval Association HM Queen Elizabeth II)[2]
1968 Communications and Electronics Branch, Canadian Forces HRH Anne, Princess Royal (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1968 Canadian Airborne Regiment HRH Prince Andrew, Duke of York (Colonel in Chief)
1982 Royal Regina Rifles HRH Anne, Princess Royal (Colonel in Chief)[2]
1982 The Calgary Highlanders HM Queen Elizabeth II (Colonel in Chief)
1995 Canadian Naval Association HM Queen Elizabeth II
1998 Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada HRH Prince Andrew, Duke of York (Colonel in Chief)
2000 Toronto Scottish Regiment (Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother's Own) HRH Charles, Prince of Wales (Colonel in Chief)[2]
Dates unknown
Year Organization Patron
Air Force Association of Canada HM Queen Elizabeth II)[2]
Air Reserve HM Queen Elizabeth II (Air Commodore in Chief)[2]
Air Reserve (Canada) HRH Charles, Prince of Wales (Colonel in Chief)[2]
The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada HRH Charles, Prince of Wales (Colonel in Chief)[2]
Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Colonel in Chief)[2]
Communications and Electronic Branch Institution HRH Anne, Princess Royal[2]
Canadian Forces Dental Service HRH Birgitte, The Duchess of Gloucester (Colonel in Chief)[2]
Canadian Forces Medical Branch HRH Anne, Princess Royal (Colonel in Chief)[2]
Canadian Forces School of Military Engineering HM Queen Elizabeth II (Colonel in Chief)[2]
Canadian Grenadier Guards HM Queen Elizabeth II (Colonel in Chief)[2]
HMCS Discovery Wardroom HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Life Member)[2]
Le Regiment de la Chaudiere HM Queen Elizabeth II (Colonel in Chief)[2]
Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians) HRH Charles, Prince of Wales (Colonel in Chief)[2]
Royal Canadian Air Cadets HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Air Commodore in Chief)[2]
Royal Canadian Naval Sailing Association HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Honorary Commodore)[2]
Royal Canadian Regiment Association HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh)[2]
Saskatchewan Dragoons HRH Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex (Colonel in Chief)[2]
Seaforth Highlanders of Canada HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Colonel in Chief)[2]
Seaforth Highlanders of Canada Officers' Mess HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Life Member)[2]
South Alberta Light Horse Regiment Foundation HRH Sophie, Countess of Wessex (Colonel in Chief)[2]

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Police

King Edward VII
Year Organization Patron
1904 Royal North West Mounted Police (later Royal Canadian Mounted Police)
King George V
Year Organization Patron
1920 Royal Canadian Mounted Police HM Queen Elizabeth II (Honorary Commissioner)[2]
Queen Elizabeth II
Year Organization Patron
1971 Royal Hamilton and District Officers' Institute
1979 Royal Newfoundland Constabulary

Events

Queen Victoria
Year Organization Patron
1860 Queen's Plate HM Queen Elizabeth II
1880 Royal Canadian Henley Regatta
King George V
Year Organization Patron
1922 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair of Toronto HM Queen Elizabeth II
King George VI
Year Organization Patron
1949 Canadian International Air Show HRH Prince Andrew, Duke of York
Queen Elizabeth II
Year Organization Patron
1970 Royal Manitoba Winter Fair
1984 Royal Canadian Henley Regatta (St. Catharines, Ontario)
1990 Brant Wildlife Festival HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
1993 Royal St. John's Regatta
2006 Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo

See also

References

  1. ^ The Royal Charter of McGill University. McGill University.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br bs bt bu bv bw bx by bz ca cb cc cd ce cf cg ch ci cj ck cl cm cn co cp cq cr cs ct cu cv cw cx cy cz da db dc dd de df dg Canadian organizations with Royal Patronage
  3. ^ RECORDS OF THE FOUNDING of the Royal Canadian Academy.
  4. ^ A Little Bit of History. Royal Society of Canada.
  5. ^ History. Royal Montreal Golf Club.

External link

  • List of civilian organizations with the prefix "Royal" prepared by the Department of Canadian Heritage.

 
 

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