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Quebec is the largest province in Canada by area, covering more than one million square kilometres across vast regions of northern, central and southern landscapes. With a population of 8.9 million, Quebec is the second-most populous province, with more than one-quarter of the country’s population living within it.

While French is the province’s official language, English is also spoken by many Quebecers, particularly those from urban centers. Quebec is a major destination for travellers worldwide, offering world-class amenities, cultural attractions and vibrant history.

The capital city of Quebec is Quebec City, located on the Saint Lawrence River and is the province’s most populous city.

Montreal is the province’s foremost economic and demographic hub, along the famous Montréal Rivière-du-Loup.

Quebec City