Governor General of the Province of Canada
The post replaced the Governor General of New France and later Governor General of British North America, which had replaced that of Commander-in-Chief of British North America. With Confederation and the dissolution of the Province of Canada, a new post was created, that of Governor General of Canada.
During the duration seven individuals held this post, who were either colonial administrators of diplomats.
- Alwington House, Kingston: 1841-1844
- Château Ramezay, Montreal: 1844-1849
- Elmsley House, Toronto: 1849–1852
- Elmsley House, Toronto: 1856–1858