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Quebec City
   is the capital of   
Quebec
Montreal
   is in   
Quebec
Trois Rivières
   is in   
Quebec
Gaspé
   is in   
Quebec
Quebec Time
   is the equivalent of   
-04:00 UTC
(Atlantic Standard Time) -- (San Juan, Puerto Rico, La Paz, Bolivia, Cracas, Venezuela)
1608
      
Quebec Was Established
By Samuel de Champlain
1534
      
Jacques Cartier Claimed Quebec for France
Quebec
   has a motto   
Je Me Souviens
I remember
Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
   is in   
Montreal, Quebec
2.710-mile road course
Apple
   has a variety named   
Quebec Bell
Montreal, Quebec
   is at   
45°31'N 73°33'W
Canada
Quebec, Quebec
   is at   
46°49'N 71°13'W
Canada
John Trumbull
   painted   
The Death of General Montgomery in the Attack on Quebec
1786, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven
Q - Quebec
   is represented by   

Or "My vessel is 'healthy' and I request free pratique"
1759
   saw the   
Battle of Quebec
The Battle of the Plains of Abraham, also known as the Battle of Quebec, was a pivotal battle in the Seven Years' War
General James Wolfe & Louis-Joseph, Marquis De Montcalm
   led opposing forces at the   
Battle of Quebec
General James Wolfe successfully resisted the column advance of French troops and Canadian military under Louis-Joseph, Marquis de Montcalm
The Gibraltar of the North
   is a nickname for   
Quebec
Canada
Quebec House
   is located in the ceremonial county of   
Kent
Birthplace of General James Wolfe
Quebec
   is located in   
North America
1913
   the winner was the   
Quebec Bulldogs
1912
   the winner was the   
Quebec Bulldogs
Beaver Tail Pastry
   comes from   
Canada Province of Quebec
Also: Pancakes, with maple syrup
The City of Montreal, Quebec, Canada
   has this flag:   

Shitagoo Lake
   is found in   
Quebec, Canada
Quebec, Canada
   has this flag:   

Q
   in Semaphore is   

St Louis De Ha! Ha!
   is found in   
Quebec, Canada
The name is a derivation of a French term for a dead end, referring to a point on Lac Temiscouata, where canoeists had to carry their canoes across land






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