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Casino de Montréal

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1 Avenue du Casino H3C 4W7 Montreal

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Fraserville Shorelines Slots Casino & Kawartha Downs Racetrack

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1382 Northumberland County Road 28 K0L 1V0 Fraserville

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La Malbaie Charlevoix Casino & Hotel

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183 Rue Richelieu G5A 1X8 La Malbaie

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Mont Tremblant Casino

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300 Chemin des Pléiades J8E 0A7 Mont Tremblant

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Playground Poker Club Casino Kahnawake

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1500 Unit C Route 138 J0L 1B0 Kahnawake

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Salon de jeux Quebec

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550, boulevard Wilfrid-Hamel G1M 2S6 Québec

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Salon de Jeux Trois-Rivières

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1900, Boulevard des Forges G8Z 0A3 Trois-Rivières

The Canadian Province of Quebec (QC) is located in the Southeast of the country, between Ontario (On) in the West and the three maritime’s province and Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) in the East. Quebec is the biggest province in the country and its population is estimated at 8 million. Its official capital is Quebec City and its main metropolis is Montreal.

We count 7 gaming establishments within the territory of Quebec (QC). In total, they provide more than 5,500 slot machines and over 20 gaming tables. There is only one horse track and no poker table. The biggest gaming venue in Quebec (QC) is the Casino of Montreal, with an offer that includes 3,000 slot machines and 100 gaming tables such as War, Blackjack, Switch, Ultimate Texas Hold’em or Roulette. Three restaurants and fur bars complete the casino’s offer.

Quebec City is the capital of the province. It is the « most French » city in the country thanks to its influence marked by the presence of several paved streets, towering cathedrals, French restaurants and bars as well as language. Along the St Lawrence River, visitors will experience the unique atmosphere of Quebec City. The Old Quebec is the number one attraction thanks to its European-style environment. You will find many old artisan shops and charming cafés around Place-Royale. Architecture lovers will spend a great time strolling between the magnificent buildings like the Fairmont Chateau Frontenac, Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre or the Citadel, the largest British-built fortress in North America. Shopping addicts will rush in the Quartier Petit-Champelain, the oldest shopping district in North America. In addition to its beautiful urban parts, Quebec City provides sumptuous natural areas like the Battlefields park and the Montmorency Falls Park.

As the biggest metropolis of Quebec (QC), Montreal is a wonder to discover. Montreal is characterized by its contrast between historic influences and modern architectures. While strolling down the streets, you will meet 18th-century buildings as well as 21st-century skyline. It is not rare to see old-fashioned style houses facing trendy restaurants. Like Quebec City, Montreal features a beautiful historic district. Within the Old Montreal visitors have the chance to walk on paved streets while discerning historic monuments such as Basilica Notre-Dame, Town Hall, Old Port and the Bonsecours Market. When the sun goes down, the Old Montreal is still alive thanks to its shopping area and popular bars and restaurants. Between the Montreal Botanical Gardens and the Mont-Royal Park, nature lovers will be at ease. Also, history and culture buffs will have to choose between the several options that include the Museum of Archeology and History, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and the St Joseph’s Oratory, a huge basilica that is also located on the highest point in the city.

Quebec (QC) as the biggest Canadian province in surface area, features wonderful natural spaces. No matter if you are a nature lover or not, visiting those places worth it. Options of camping, hiking, biking or wildlife-seeing are endless. The most popular areas are the Mont-Tremblant National Park, the Forillon national Park, Coaticook Gorge Park or the National Park of Canada of the Mauricie.
Family-friendly destination, Quebec (QC) provides also many zoos, aquariums of farms where children can meet and learn about wildlife. The Wild Zoo of Saint-Felicien, the Granby Zoo or the Explorer Aquarium of Saint Anne des Monts attract tons of visitors per year.

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Chateauguay, Gatineau, La Malbaie, Laval, Levis, Longueuil, Magog, Maniwaki, Mirabel, Mont-Tremblant, Montreal, Quebec, Richelieu, Saguenay, Sherbrooke, Terrebonne, Trois-Rivieres

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