Quebec is the largest province in Canada. As of 2015, it has a total area of 1.667 million square kilometers and a population of more than 8 million. More than 80% of the population is of French descent. It is the French cultural center in North America. Their official language is French. Quebec is a major traffic center between Canada and eastern North America. The province is located in the southeastern part of Canada, being connected to Hudson Bay to the north, Labrador and the Gulf of St. Lawrence to the east, the United States to the south, and Ontario to the west. The capital is Quebec City and the largest city is Montreal. Quebec's gross national product (GDP) accounts for about 20% of Canada's total. The service industry, manufacturing industry, aviation industry, multimedia games and other high-tech industries have become core industries. Quebec has a diverse climate. From south to north, the average temperature in summer is 25-5°C, the average temperature in winter is -10-25°C, and the lowest temperature in the north is as low as -60°C. The average snowfall in winter is about 3 meters. The southern part has a humid continental climate, while the extreme north has a polar and subpolar climate.

1.K-12 School broad:
K-12 School broad:

1.Central Québec School Board 2.Cree School Board 3.Eastern Townships School Board

4.Eastern Shores School Board 5.English Montreal School Board 6.Kativik School Board

7.New Frontiers School Board 8.Riverside School Board 9.Western Québec School Board


1.Collège Montmorency
2.Cégep de Drummondville

3.Collège d'Alma 4.Collège de Bois-de-Boulogne

5.Collège de Maisonneuve 6.Collège de Rosemont

1.Bishop's University 2.Concordia University 3.École nationale d'administration publique

4.Institut national de la recherche scientifique 5.McGill University 6.Université de Montréal

7.Université de Sherbrooke 8.Université du Québec 9.Université Laval

2. Taxes

Tax: HST=13%

3.Leisure & Travel
The Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Quebec, built in 1856, is one of the oldest museums in the world and the most visited attraction in Canada, with 1.2 million visitors a year. There are over 4 million exhibits in this museum, which kept records of the history of Canada and the world dating back as far as 20,000 years ago. Here you can explore history, culture, and beliefs of Canada's Pacific Aboriginal people. The Petit Champlain District in Quebec City is the epitome of European flair. This is one of the oldest neighborhoods in North America. Stroll the narrow cobbled roads and shop for trendy souvenirs at the boutiques and various shops. Mont-Tremblant, located in the Laurentian Mountains of Quebec, is one of the top ski resorts in the province. With plenty of natural snowfall and one of the best snowmaking systems in the world, snowboarders of all levels can enjoy long vacations here. In the warmer months, hike or cycle the mountains, or take in the views from its mid-air gondolas.

4.Average Income:

The average annual income of individuals
51,735 Canadian dollars
the average annual income of families
87,080 Canadian dollars
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