Quebec is Canada’s largest province by size, and 2nd largest province by population, with about 8,100,000 residents. It is Canada’s only predominantly French-speaking province, with over 94% of their population speaking French, and just under 50% that speak English. It is officially considered to be a part of Central Canada, but it borders many Eastern states in the USA, Ontario, Newfoundland, and New Brunswick.
Quebec’s capital city is Quebec City, but it’s most populous city is Montreal with about 4,000,000 people living in the metropolitan area of Montreal. Quebec’s forest covers more than 750,000 square kilometres, which is the size of Sweden and Norway put together. It represents 20% of the Canadian forests and 2% of the world’s forests.