[ US /kwəˈbɛk/ ]
  1. the French-speaking capital of the province of Quebec; situated on the Saint Lawrence River
  2. the largest province of Canada; a French colony from 1663 to 1759 when it was lost to the British
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How To Use Quebec In A Sentence

  • Already the banks of the St. Lawrence below Quebec were laid out in seigniories, and the farms were tolerably well cultivated. The Rise of Canada, from Barbarism to Wealth and Civilisation Volume 1
  • Alexandre Vidal, du CRNV, est le meneur du volet québécois de cette opération qui se veut pancanadienne. Institution of higher what
  • But, perhaps most exciting is the large number of people the organizers tell me are coming from Quebec. Christianity Today
  • Americans tried to take part of British Canada in December 1775, when forces led by Benedict Arnold and Richard Montgomery unsuccessfully attacked Quebec.
  • He remains strong in the polls as Canada has suffered less from the worldwide Quebec, with 23% of the national population, its distinctive French-language ( "francophone") culture, angered the western provinces by wielding undue influence on the Federal Government and its repeated threats to national unity. Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
  • The solution to Quebec's uncertain status is not more concessions, Canada has made quite enough of those, but an enhanced level of Canadian political leadership and governance. Post-Election Prospects in Canada
  • In Quebec, unlike other provinces, common-law exes aren't eligible for alimony and the women's movement has never protested this.
  • Squabbling between the Republic of Quebec and the rest of Canada over cultural diversity inequities. CORMORANT
  • It would also help unilingual francophones to function as unilinguals outside of Quebec, in so far as official bilingualism insures provision of government services in French.
  • He also expressed optimism that an acceptable constitutional arrangement could be agreed which would obviate the need for Quebec to seek independence.
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