Quebec is a predominantly French-speaking province located just east of the Atlantic provinces in Canada, between Ontario and New Brunswick. This province is one of the top destinations in North America due to its unique cultural heritage and events, including a solid French-Canadian population, indigenous culture, and many historical sites to visit. Quebec City, the province’s capital, is one of the last cities in North America with fortified walls, bringing tourists worldwide. Montreal is a cosmopolitan city rich in cultural diversity and features many sports, entertainment, and festivals, among many seasonal events.
Make your money do more.
Offers shown here are from third-party advertisers. We are not an agent, representative, or broker of any advertiser, and we don’t endorse or recommend any particular offer. Information is provided by the advertiser and is shown without any representation or warranty from us as to its accuracy or applicability. Each offer is subject to the advertiser’s review, approval, and terms. We receive compensation from companies whose offers are shown here, and that may impact how and where offers appear (and in what order). We don’t include all products or offers out there, but we hope what you see will give you some great options.
Technology and advanced manufacturing are expected to grow within the province.
Quebec is famous for producing maple syrup, hockey teams and sporting events, festivals, and agriculture.
Montreal offers a strong economy and many businesses, employment, and service opportunities, though there are many other communities and smaller cities, including Quebec City, that offer excellent work and living options.
Yes. Many large international corporations and businesses have office locations, branches, and operations in Quebec, making it a central hub for economic growth and success.