Difference between revisions of "Quebec"

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Québec is a [[province]] of [[Canada]].  
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'''Québec''' is the largest [[province]] in [[Canada]] geographically, and the second most populous, after Ontario. The [[capital]] of Québec is Québec City. The largest city in Québec is Montréal.
  
The [[official language]] of the province is [[French]], although in the [[Montréal]] region, many [[resident]]s are [[bilingual]], speaking both [[French]] and [[English]].
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The official language of the province is [[French]], although in the [[Montréal]] region, many residents are bilingual, speaking both [[French]] and [[English]].
  
On [[March 26]], [[2007]], the [[Liberal Party of Québec]], led by [[Jean Charest]], was elected to a [[minority government]], with [[Mario Dumont]]'s [[Action Démocartique du Québec]] forming the official opposition and the former official opposition, the [[Parti Québecois]], led by [[André Boisclair]], coming in [[third place]].
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On March 26, 2007, the Liberal Party of Québec, led by [[Jean Charest]], was elected to a minority government, with Mario Dumont's Action Démocartique du Québec forming the official opposition and the former official opposition, the Parti Québecois, led by André Boisclair, coming in third place.
 
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The [[capital]] of [[Québec]] is [[Québec City]].
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The [[largest city]] in [[Québec]] is [[Montréal]].
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Revision as of 21:08, 6 April 2007

Québec is the largest province in Canada geographically, and the second most populous, after Ontario. The capital of Québec is Québec City. The largest city in Québec is Montréal.

The official language of the province is French, although in the Montréal region, many residents are bilingual, speaking both French and English.

On March 26, 2007, the Liberal Party of Québec, led by Jean Charest, was elected to a minority government, with Mario Dumont's Action Démocartique du Québec forming the official opposition and the former official opposition, the Parti Québecois, led by André Boisclair, coming in third place.