Quebec GuideFor the city bearing the same name see Quebec City. Quebec is a province in Canada, the largest in size and second only to Ontario in population. French is the official language of Quebec, Quebec is situated east of Ontario; to the west of Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island; to the south of the territory of Nunavut, and finally bordering the U.S. HotelsFind hotels in Montreal, Quebec City, Mont Tremblant, Gatineau and more.
Popular in QuebecMontrealMontreal is the metropolis of the province of Quebec. Quebec City is the political capital but Montreal is the cultural and economic capital of Quebec and the main entry point to the province. Quebec CityQuebec City is the "national" capital of the Canadian province of Quebec. Located at a commanding position on cliffs overlooking the St. Mont-TremblantMont-Tremblant is a small village in Quebec, Canada, known for the famous Mont-Tremblant Ski Resort.
In QuebecSouthwestern QuebecSouthwestern Quebec is a region in Quebec. The culturally rich and lively city of Montreal is the focal point of the region. Central QuebecCentral Quebec is the heartland of Quebec. It contains the capital of the province, Quebec City, and some of the prime agricultural land in the province. OutaouaisThe Outaouais is a region of the province of Quebec in Canada. Outaouais in French and Ottawa in English are both from the same Indian word. Northern QuebecNorthern Quebec is a region in Quebec. It is sparsely inhabited with a number of logging and mining towns and hydro electric projects. Southeastern QuebecSoutheastern Quebec is a coastal region in Quebec with small towns and villages hugging the coast. Northeastern QuebecNortheastern Quebec is a region on the north shore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence in Quebec. Saguenay-Lac-St-JeanSaguenay-Lac-St-Jean is a region in Quebec, a province of Canada. Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean is divided into three regions: Saguenay, Lac-St-Jean and Chibougamau-Chapais.
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