Quebec

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Quebec

[n] - the French-speaking capital of the province of Quebec 2. [n] - the largest province of Canada
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quebec

A province of eastern canada. Its capital is quebec. The region belonged to france from 1627 to 1763 when it was lost to the british. The name is from the algonquian quilibek meaning the place where waters narrow, referring to the gradually narrowing channel of the st. Lawrence or to the narrows of the river at cape diamond. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Quebec

noun the largest province of Canada; a French colony from 1663 to 1759 when it was lost to the British
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Quebec

noun the French-speaking capital of the province of Quebec; situated on the Saint Lawrence River
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Quebec

city and port, seat of Québec region and capital of Quebec province, Canada. It lies at the confluence of the St. Lawrence and Saint-Charles rivers, ... [8 related articles]
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Quebec

eastern province of Canada. Constituting nearly one-sixth of Canada`s total land area, Quebec is the largest of Canada`s 10 provinces in size and is ... [34 related articles]
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Québec

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Quebec

[federal electoral district] This project is not just about islands themselves - there are numerous articles that cover history, geology, biography, literature, language, sport, Scottish Gaelic culture, Norse influence, castles, lochs, commercial enterprises, transport links, public sector organisations, music, farming/crofting and more. Th
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Quebec

[census division] Québec is a territory equivalent to a regional county municipality (TE) and census division (CD) of Quebec. Its geographical code is 23. The TE of Québec consists of: ...
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Quebec

Sixty percent of the Quebec electorate voted against the proposition for sovereignty-association. Polls showed that the overwhelming majority of English and immigrant Quebecers voted against, and that French Quebecers were almost equally divided, with older voters less in favour and younger voters more in favour. After his loss in the referendum,
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Quebec

[1951 film] Quebec is a 1951 American historical drama film directed by George Templeton and written by Alan Le May. Set in 1837, it stars John Drew Barrymore in a fictional account of the Patriotes Rebellion. The popular uprising sought to make Lower Canada, now Quebec, a republic independent from the British Empire, and happened around th
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Quebec

Quebec (kwēbek', kwu–, kē–, ku–) , Fr. Québec (kābek') , province (2001 pop. 7,237,479), 594,860 sq mi (1,553,637 sq km), E Canada.Sections in this article:IntroductionGeographyEconomy and Higher EducationHistory and PoliticsBibliography
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Quebec

Quebec, Fr. Québec, city (1991 pop. 167,517), provincial capital, S Que., Canada, at the confluence of the St. Lawrence and St. Charles rivers. The population is largely French speaking, and the town is at the ideological core of French Canada. Quebec is an important port and is an industrial...
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Québec

(province) Click images to enlargeProvince of eastern Canada; the largest province, second only in area among the nation's administrative subdivisions to the Northwest Territories. Québec is bordered on the ...
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Québec

(city) Click images to enlargeCapital and port of Québec province, Canada, at the junction of the Saint-Charles and St Lawrence rivers, Canada; population (2001 est) 169,100, metropolitan area (2001 est) 682,800. It is a major inla...
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Québec

[electoral district] Québec electoral district (formerly known as Langelier) is a federal electoral district that has been represented in the House of Commons of Canada since 1988. It is located in Quebec City in the province of Quebec, Canada. The main employer in the district is the provincial Government of Quebec. ==Statistical overview
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Quebec

[disambiguation] Quebec (Québec in French) usually refers to: Quebec may also refer to: ==Places in the United States== ==Geography== ==Arts== ==History== ==Miscellaneous== ...
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Quebec

[album] Quebec is the 9th album by Ween, released on August 5, 2003 on Sanctuary Records. It was the first album released after the band`s contract with Elektra expired, and marked its return to independent labels. The song `It`s Gonna Be a Long Night` is featured in the video game Tony Hawk`s Underground 2 and in the TV show The Shield. Th
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Quebec

[Attorney General] Quebec (Attorney General) v. Lacombe, 2010 SCC 38, [2010] 2 SCR 453, is a decision of the Supreme Court of Canada on the nature of the ancillary powers that arise from the doctrine of pith and substance in Canadian constitutional law. ==The facts== Lac Gobeil Water Aerodrome has been conducting a business of air excursion
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Quebec

[Attorney General] Quebec (Attorney General) v. Canadian Owners and Pilots Association, 2010 SCC 39, [2010] 2 SCR 536, also referred to as Quebec v. COPA, is a leading case of the Supreme Court of Canada on determining the applicability of the doctrines of interjurisdictional immunity and federal paramountcy in Canadian constitutional law.
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