Quebec is Canada’s largest province as well as a French speaking one. It was one of the first four original provinces that formed Canada on July 1, 1867. The capital, Quebec City, was the first settlement in Canada and it is Quebec’s second largest city following Montreal. Until Ottawa was chosen Quebec City served as Canada’s capitol.


Today it is a hot spot for tourists due to its European feel, history, culture and the many festivals. Quebec has Canada’s most important windmill parks, which is one of the largest in the world. It also has the worlds largest electric wiring network, if connected end to end they could span the earth three times at the equator.

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