Quebec is the largest province in Canada and the one with the richest francophone culture. French costumes survived the British era and are still very alive throughout the whole region.
Quebec has two official languages: French and English and has many academic offers in both languages. This provides a wide variety of education options for francophone international students who wish to experience Canada. It is also the ideal Canadian destination for learning French as a second language.
Several attractions in the province showcase Francophone culture, such as the Maison de la littérature, the Centre de valorisation du patrimoine vivant and the Espace Félix-Leclerc.
Montréal is the economic and cultural centre of the province. After Toronto (Ontario), Montréal is the second-largest agglomeration in Canada. It is the largest francophone city in North America.
After Montreal and Quebec City, the largest cities in the province are Laval, Gatineau, Longueuil, Sherbrooke, Saguenay, Lévis, Trois-Rivières and Terrebonne.
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