Week 8 - Quebec
Our next stop on our Trip Across Canada is Quebec. If you have not picked up your travel brochures for Quebec yet, you can stop and do that now.
Here are some questions to ask as you look at your detailed map. What province is to the left of Quebec? What province is to the right of Quebec? What is the capital city of Qubec? What three bays border Quebec?
You can download a detailed map of Quebec here –>
On the blank map, you can have your student color it (however you decide). You can also have the student include important information on their map.
You can download a blank map of Quebec here –>
The leader of the province is called the Premiere. Visit the official website for the government of Quebec. What is the name of the current Premiere?
You can read more about the symbols of Quebec here –>
Quebec has its own flag. You can read about the flag here –>
You can print out a flag to color here –>
Quebec has a provincial flower. The flower is called the Blue Flag. You can visit these websites to find out more about this flower.
Quebec has a provincial bird. The bird is called the Snowy Owl. You can visit the following websites to find out more about this bird.
Quebec has a provincial tree. The tree is called the Yellow Birch. You can visit the following website to find out more about this tree.
Quebec has a provincial motto. The motto is “I remember.”
- Provincial Motto (scroll down)
Quebec has a provincial coat of arms and shield. You can learn more about them by visiting these pages.
Create your own family coat of arms.
You can learn more about the weather in Quebec by visiting these websites.
Quebec has some excellent parks. Take some time to learn more about the diverse landscape of Quebec.
More information about the geography of Quebec can be found here.
Just a few of the many things in Quebec to learn more about. All of these pages are in English even though some of the titles are in French.
- Ice Hotel
- The Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park
- The Most Beautiful Villages of Quebec
- Les Moulins
- Charlevoix Maritime Museum
- Musée de Charlevoix
- Parc national des Pingualuit
- James Bay Tourism
- Eeyou Istchee Tourism
- Hydro Quebec
- Zoo Sauvage
- Mackenzie King Estates
- La Cité de l’Or
- Fort Témiscamingue National Historic Site
- Fort Chambly National Historic Site
- Saint Benedict Abbey
- Musée Laurier
- Seal Interpretive Center
- Castle Frontenac, Quebec City and here and here
Quebec City is the capital of Quebec. To find out more information about Quebec, you can visit the following websites.
The Legislature buildings are located in Quebec City, Quebec.
Have a look through all of the on-line travel brochures for Quebec and see what other interesting things you can find.