Quebec is a proper noun. Quebec is (1) the largest province of Canada; a French colony from 1663 to 1759 when it was lost to the British, (2) the French-speaking capital of the province of Quebec; situated on the Saint Lawrence River.
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The province of Quebec is quite large, covering one-sixth of Canada, but its northern three-quarters is sparsely populated. Its strong French heritage and customs set it apart from Canada's other provinces.
Ontario is a vastly diverse Canadian province bordered by Manitoba, Quebec, and the United States. Learn more about Ontario and find government and tourism links for the region.
Maine is the 39th largest state in the USA; it is bounded by the Canadian provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick to the north, the state of New Hampshire on the southwest, and the Atlantic Ocean on the southeast.
New Hampshire is the 44th largest state in the United States. It is bounded to the north by the Canadian Province of Quebec, to the south by Massachusetts, to the west by Vermont, and to the east by Maine.
New York State is the 30th largest state in the USA, bordered by the Canadian Provinces of Quebec and Ontario, and the states of New Jersey, Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania.
Professional hockey was introduced in 1917 with four Canadian teams: the Montreal Canadiens, the Montreal Wanderers, the Ottawa Senators, and the Quebec Bulldogs.
Vermont is the 43rd largest USA state, bordered by the Canadian Province of Quebec, as well as the states of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and New York. Visit this site to view printable maps of Vermont.
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