Hydro-Quebec redistributes all profits back to the government. In 2017, the crown corporation contributed $4 billion to the Quebec government by means of net income ($2.8B), royalties ($0.7B), public utilities tax ($0.3B) and debt securities ($0.2B).
Quebec Remparts: Quebec City Quebec 1969–1985; 1997–present Drummondville Voltigeurs: Drummondville Quebec 1969–1974; 1982–present Saint-Jerome Alouettes: Saint-Jerome Quebec 1969–1971 Trois-Rivieres Draveurs: Trois-Rivieres Quebec 1969–1992 Sorel Eperviers: Sorel Quebec 1969–1977; 1980–1981 Verdun Juniors: Verdun Quebec
The economic decline of the Great Depression led the city's economy to shift administration and commerce and commercial. The Conservatoire de musique de Saguenay was founded in Chicoutimi in 1967, and the Université du Québec à Chicoutimi was founded in 1969. The city played host to the Quebec Summer Games in 1972.
The Battle of Quebec (French: Bataille de Québec) was fought on December 31, 1775, between American Continental Army forces and the British defenders of Quebec City early in the American Revolutionary War. The battle was the first major defeat of the war for the Americans, and it came with heavy losses.
Montreal-based Via Rail Canada provides rail service to other cities in Canada, particularly to Quebec City and Toronto along the Quebec City – Windsor Corridor. Amtrak, the U.S. national passenger rail system, operates its Adirondack daily to New York. All intercity trains and most commuter trains operate out of Central Station.
Terrebonne (French pronunciation: ) is an off-island suburb of Montreal, in southwestern Quebec, Canada. It is located in the North Shore region of the Montreal area, north of Laval across the Rivière des Mille-Îles. This city is divided in three sectors, namely Lachenaie, La Plaine and Terrebonne.
Laval (English: / l ə ˈ v æ l /; French: ()) is a city in Quebec, Canada.It is in the southwest of the province, north of Montreal.It is the largest suburb of Montreal, the third-largest city in the province after Montreal and Quebec City, and the thirteenth largest city in Canada with a population of 422,993 in 2016.