Québec, Canada

The province of Québec is the 2nd post populous province in Canada. Québec is also the only province in Canada where the official language of Québec is French.


History of Québec, Canada

The Algonquian, Iroquois and Inuit nations first controlled the province of Québec. In 1534, the French later claimed the land. In 1867, Québec joined the Dominion of Canada. Since then, Québec has had debates and a publicly known want to separate from Canada.


Cities in Québec, Canada

Québec is home to many cities, towns, and neighbourhoods. Some of the most popular ones include:

  • Montréal
  • Québec City
  • Laval
  • Gatineau


Population of Québec

According to Statistic Canada's 2011 census, Québec has an estimated population of  7,903,001. Québec is the 2nd most populous province in Canada.


Weather in Québec

The weather in Québec differs based on geographic location. The province has four climate zones. These zones include arctic, subarctic, humid continental and East maritime. The summers in Québec are generally warm, the winters cold, and there is always a great amount of participation no matter the season.


Special Attractions in Québec

There are plenty of special events and attractions to visit in Québec. Some of these include:

  • Chateau Frontenac
  • Citadelle of Québec
  • Old Québec
  • Montmorency Falls
  • Cathedral-Basilica of Notre-Dame


Locations

Campbell Limitée
187 Sutton Delson
Montréal, Québec
J5B 1X3
450-635-0497