In 2002, Queen Elizabeth II toured Canada in honour of her Golden Jubilee, the 50th anniversary of her accession to the throne. To mark the occasion, the Ontario government promised to rename a provincial park in the Queen’s honour. On 9 October 2002, Dalton-Digby Wildlands Provincial Park in south-central Ontario — one of the largest in the province — was officially renamed Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park. In Manitoba, each of Queen Elizabeth II’s eight grandchildren has a lake named in his or her honour. For as long as Europeans have been establishing permanent settlements in what is now Canada, they have named or renamed places after royalty. Here are 10 examples.