IFORS 2017


Located at the mouth of the St. Lawrence River, Quebec City will charm you with its culture, its architecture of mixed French and British influence, and its diversified cuisine. Well known for its Old World charm combined with New World comfort, it is the only fortified city north of Mexico. Since 1985, its historical district has been on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.

The provincial capital offers a wealth of discoveries and activities for all tastes. Whether you wish to visit one of our museums or historical sites, discover the city from an open-top bus, or participate in an outdoor activity, you will be only minutes away from most of the tourist attractions the city has on offer.

With its affordable accommodations and the legendary hospitality of its citizens, it’s not surprising that Quebec City welcomes over four million tourists each year!

A host of other activities are available to you in the Greater Quebec City area. To find out more, go to Quebec City Offical web site to find out privileges you can get on Quebec City attractions and restaurants during your stay. You can also find other breathtaking regions of Quebec just waiting to be discovered.

Finally, see the difference between the four seasons in Québec - 4 completely different moments to see Québec!

See by yourself what Québec City has to offer!

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Canada's 150th anniversary

In 2017, Canada will mark the 150th anniversary of Confederation.

Did you know that when Canada became a country in 1867, it included only four provinces: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Québec? The War of 1812 is an important milestone of the 150th anniversary of Canada. It laid Canada as a free and independent nation, and marked the beginning of two centuries of peaceful relation and friendship between Canada and the United States. Canada would not exist had the American invasion of 1812-1815 been successful. Three important Conferences were seminal moments in Canada’s history; The Charlottetown Conference (1864), the Québec Conference (1864) and the London Conference (1866). All of them gave delegates a forum to debate the future of British North America.

For more information about Canada 150, click here.

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