What do we call the Queen's representative in Canada?
Her Majesty the Queen of Canada is represented at the federal level by the Governor General of Canada, and at the provincial level by the Lieutenant Governors of each of the ten provinces.
The Queen's representative in Canada is called the Governor General. The Governor General's responsibilities are almost entirely ceremonial, as any actual power has been stripped away over the years. They technically have the power to call elections and are the Head of State and commander-in-chief, but all of these powers and positions are now subject to the will of elected officials. Their main duties are representing Canada abroad and when receiving foreign dignitaries.