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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Quebec.
See also changes related to Quebec, or pages that link to Quebec or to this page or whose text contains "Quebec".

Parent topics

  • North America [r]: The third largest continent; area 24,709,000 km² ; pop. 523,736,000 (est. July 2007) [e]
  • Canada [r]: The world's second-largest country by total area, occupying most of northern North America; officially a bilingual nation, in English and French (population approx. 27 million). [e]

Subtopics

  • History of Quebec [r]: The History of the area of North America originally known as New France and now known as Quebec. [e]
  • French in Canada [r]: The linguistic heritage resulting from French colonization of parts of Canada. [e]
  • Quebec Act [r]: A 1774 Act of the British Parliament setting out procedures of governance in the Province of Quebec. [e]
  • Hochelaga Archipelago [r]: A freshwater archipelago at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers, which includes the island of Montreal. [e]

Montreal

Other related topics

  • Alberta [r]: One of the western prairie provinces of Canada, rich in oil and with a population of about 3.5 million (2007 estimate). [e]
  • British Columbia [r]: The westernmost province of Canada, located on the Pacific coast; pop. 3,933,000 (1996) makes it the third most populous of Canada's provinces. [e]
  • New Brunswick, Canada [r]: a Maritime province on the east coast of Canada. [e]
  • Nova Scotia [r]: (population 939,531) A Maritime province on the east coast of Canada. [e]
  • Ontario [r]: A province in eastern Canada, the second largest in area and with approximately 12,000,000 people (2006 census) the most populous. [e]
  • Saskatchewan [r]: An Prairie province in central Canada with a population of about 994,000. [e]
  • Canada, history [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • French language [r]: A Romance language spoken in northwestern Europe (mainly in France, Belgium, Switzerland), in Canada and in many other countries. [e]

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  • Félix d'Hérelle [r]: (1873 – 1949) - A French-Canadian bacteriologist, and the discoverer of bacteriophages. [e]
  • Hochelaga Archipelago [r]: A freshwater archipelago at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers, which includes the island of Montreal. [e]
  • Hudson Bay [r]: A large (1.23 million km²) body of water in northeastern Canada on the Arctic Ocean. [e]
  • Inuit [r]: A group of culturally similar indigenous peoples inhabiting the Arctic regions of Alaska, Greenland, the Canadian territories of Northwest Territories and Nunavut, the province of Quebec and the northern part of Labrador. [e]
  • Latin America [r]: The region of the Americas that shares a common tradition and historical heritage of European colonization, mostly Iberian. [e]
  • Laurentian Mountains [r]: A greatly eroded mountain range which forms the Quebec portion of the Canadian shield; one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world. [e]
  • Lavigueur family [r]: Famous lottery-winning family from Montreal's faubourg à la m'lasse in Canada. [e]
  • Maple syrup [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • New Hampshire [r]: American state in New England on the Canadian border. It also borders Vermont, Maine, Massachusetts and the Atlantic Ocean. [e]
  • North American Great Lakes [r]: There are five large connected Lakes in Eastern North America. [e]
  • Place d'Armes [r]: A historic city square in Old Montreal. [e]
  • Poutine [r]: A Quebec dish of fresh cheese curds, strips of deep fried potatoes, and gravy—from the Quebec French word for "mess". [e]
  • Professional Engineer [r]: The term for registered or licensed engineer in some countries, including the United States and Canada who are permitted to offer their professional services directly to the public. [e]
  • Saint Lawrence River [r]: A large river in North America, flowing northwards through the provinces of Ontario and Quebec and forming the primary drainage of the Great Lakes into the Atlantic Ocean. [e]
  • Sherbrooke [r]: A middle-sized and 7th largest city in Quebec, Canada. [e]
  • Social Credit [r]: A populist political movement strongest in Alberta and British Columbia, 1930s-1970s, and was based on the economic theories of British engineer Major C. H. Douglas. [e]
  • Stephen C. Cunnane [r]: Canadian physiologist and biophysist published widely on mammalian brain development, and the processes of ageing. [e]
  • Thirteen Colonies [r]: The historical region ranging from the present-day Canadian province of Quebec to the present-day state of Georgia which comprised the thirteen British colonies in North America. [e]
  • Vermont [r]: 14th state of the USA [e]