Quebec City: capital of the only Canadian province to boast French as its official language. But this multicultural community isn’t strictly limited to French; as the city grows, so does Quebec’s international appeal. With strong aerospace, biotech, and pharmaceutical industries, businesses from around the world send their employees to this economically influential city. And with a quaint downtown area drawing influence from the city’s Parisian counterpart, Quebec remains an iconic destination for tourists year-round.
Keep up with Quebec. Learn a foreign language and connect with the city’s growing international population, communicate with tourists both in Quebec and abroad, and take advantage of business opportunities overseas. Meet a native, qualified tutor in the Quebec area, ready to design a language course package specifically for you; tailor-made to fit your schedule and help you reach your learning goals. Get started today by taking a free online language level test. Then, contact Language Trainers to find out more about language courses in Quebec.
Interesting Language Facts
Bilinguals' increased use of 2 language systems can protect against Alzheimer's.
Translators and interpreters are expected to be one of the top 15 fastest growing occupations in Canada.
There are 6 official UN languages.
Quebec's twin city is: Montevideo, Uruguay
Top Foreign Newspapers
Top Cultural CentresMorrin Cultural Centre Type: General
Top Expat / Meetup GroupsQuébec City Social Club
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Belvedere Property Management
Electric Power Research Institute
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