The royal family announced the death of the Queen's husband, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, on Friday morning.\nAccording to a log of royal tours on the website of the Government of Canada, the Duke visited Quebec at least 14 times on both official and private business over the course of his wife's reign.\nEditor's Choice: It's Official, Montreal's Curfew Is Going Back To 8 PM\n\nIt is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty The Queen has announced the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle. pic.twitter.com/XOIDQqlFPn— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) April 9, 2021\n\n\n\nJuly – August 1954: "Ottawa - Vancouver (British Empire and Commonwealth Games) developments in Northern Territories - Quebec."\n\n\nJune – August 1959: "Tour of Canada (All provinces included)."\n\n\nMay – June 1962: "Ottawa, Montréal, London, Toronto, Vancouver. Second Commonwealth Study Conference."\n\n\nOctober 1964: "Charlottetown, Québec, Ottawa. To attend commemoration of the Confederation meetings at Charlottetown and Québec."\n\n\nMarch 1966: "Toronto, Ottawa, Montréal; to present Medals to the recipients of The Duke of Edinburgh's Award."\n\n\n\n\n\nJune – July 1967: "Ottawa, Montréal; in Ottawa, to attend ceremonies related to the Centennial Anniversary - Visit Expo '67."\n\n\nOctober 1969: "Ottawa, Nfld., N.B., Québec, Alta, B.C., to study operations of Duke of Edinburgh Awards Scheme."\n\n\nOctober 1974: "Gander, Botwood, Nfld; Fredericton, N.B.; Montréal."\n\n\nJuly 1976: "Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Montréal (XXIOlympiad)."\n\n\nOctober 1979: "To attend meeting of Commonwealth Study Conference. Toronto, Calgary, Montréal, and Attend celebrations marking 150th Anniversary of Upper Canada College, Toronto."\n\n\nJune 1980: "HRH The Duke of Edinburgh's Fifth Commonwealth Study Conference - Canada 1980."\n\n\nOctober 1987: "North Saanich, Qualicum Beach (private retreat). Vancouver, Victoria, Esquimalt: to participate in opening sessions of government heads of Government Meeting; Regina, Fort Qu'Appelle (private retreat), Saskatoon, Yorkton, Canora, Veregin, Kamsack, Kindersley, in Saskatchewan. First visit to Saskatchewan since 1978; Québec, Sillery, Cap Tourmente, Rivière-du-Loup, La Pocatière: first official visit to Quebec since 1964."\n\n\nMay 1989: "Visit to Montréal (Provincial dinner, luncheon-meeting with Montréal Canadian Club), Varennes (IREQ), Sherbrooke (Gold Award Presentation, Civic Welcome, 35th anniversary of University), Lennoxville (United Empire Loyalists of Canada Committee, Bishop College School Cadet inspection, Bishop's University Chapel and Arboretum, Civic Welcome), Compton (concert at Domaine St-Laurent organized by Government of Canada)."\n\n\nOctober 1993: "Toronto (WWF Canada; Duke of Edinburgh's Award; Upper Canada College; Empire Club). Montréal (Duke of Edinburgh's Award). Stopover at Gander, Newfoundland."