Quebec is the largest of the thirteen provinces in Canada. Being the second-most populous province after Ontario, it is the only province where French along with English is the official language. Québec got its name mainly from the Algonquin or Ojibwe word “kébec” meaning “where the river narrows”. Quebec shares its borders with all parts to respective provinces of the country & the United States.
In terms of economic growth, the province’s natural resources have been contributing a significant share. Also, the province is the major player in several leading-edge industrial sectors that include aerospace, biotechnology, pharmaceutical industries, etc. All these have helped Quebec to become the country’s second most economically influential province, the first being Ontario.
Quebec consists of an advanced, market-based open economy to the point that it represents nearly 20.36% of the total GDP of Canada. Having an abundance of natural resources provides Quebec with a highly valuable status in the global market.
Quebec normally consists of a cold and humid climate. which is largely determined by several factors such as latitude, maritime and elevation influences. Quebec province offers spectacular landscapes, culture, and historical attractions. With the presence of international festivals and art attracts tourists & enthusiasts from all parts of the world every year.