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Queen Elizabeth II has visited Canada on multiple occasions throughout her reign, including several visits to Victoria, British Columbia. One of the most significant of these visits occurred in 1987, when the Queen and her husband, Prince Philip, made a special trip to Victoria to commemorate the 100th anniversary of British Columbia's entry into confederation.
As part of her visit, the Queen made a special trip to Beacon Hill Park, where she was greeted by thousands of well-wishers and local dignitaries. During her visit, the Queen was given a tour of the park's many gardens and landmarks, including the iconic Mile 0 marker and the beautiful Goodacre Lake.

The Queen's visit to Beacon Hill Park was a significant moment in the park's history, and it remains an important landmark in Victoria to this day. The park continues to be a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, and its many gardens, lakes, and other attractions serve as a testament to the beauty and natural splendor of this beloved Canadian landmark.

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