Vue d'ensemble

From the high tundra landscape in the north to the fertile farmlands in the south, visitors can immerse themselves in culture, cuisine, spectacular scenery, wildlife, festivals and history.
The province of Quebec traces its official roots back to 1763 when the Treaty of Paris formally transferred the French colony of Canada to Britain after the Seven Years’ War but Europeans had settled in the area long before then.  It has a predominantly French-speaking population and is the second most-populous province in Canada.

Quebec has an abundance of natural resources with gold, iron, copper and zinc being extracted from more than 30 mines in the province.  Most of the province’s population live between Montreal and Quebec City with about half residing in the Greater Montreal area.
Yearly weather average
Dec - Feb
-3° / 12° C
Mar - May
-6° / 17° C
Jun - Aug
15° / 26° C
Sep - Nov
0° / 21° C

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