Living in Québec
Québec is a friendly, safe place with a high standard of living. Low crime rates, great student health benefits, and schools focused on student security make studying with us a good choice for you.
Québec is the cradle of French civilization in North America. It's a living history lesson with a remarkable mix of architecture, heritage, art, and culture.
A UNESCO world heritage treasure, Québec City is the only fortified city in North America. In addition to historic neighborhoods, Québec features contemporary exhibitions, theatre, a famous summer festival and a world-renowned winter carnival.
The illuminated streets of old Québec and the Petit-Champlain are an invitation to travel back in time to the founding of Québec over 400 years ago.
The 100km Saguenay river from north of Chicoutimi to the village of Tadoussac feeds into the cold waters of the St. Lawrence.
Formed during the last Ice Age, the fjord du Saguenay is overflowing with delightful hidden treasures to discover at a tranquil pace.
In Saguenay you will find an enviable adventure tourism offering to enjoy all year long: hiking, biking, rafting, snowmobiling, dogsledding, ice fishing, skiing and more.
Between Montréal and Québec you will find the city of Trois-Rivières, the second francophone city founded in North America. Rich in its past it offers you a big diversity in culture, food and sports.
Further north you will find Shawinigan. The perfect balance between nature and urban life. When snow settles, this city becomes a natural playground sought by lovers of winter and nature.
La Tuque north of the Mauricie area offers you a variety of sporting activities. You will discover the great Québec's nature.
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