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Time in Quebec City Now Current time in Quebec City Canada with seconds according to the official atomic clock.
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What Time is It in Quebec City

Many of those who ask what time is it in Quebec City now want to make a call at a more convenient time.

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In this section you will learn the main facts about the current time in Quebec City.
The IANA time zone identifier for Quebec City is America/Toronto.

Please be aware that Daylight Saving Time (DST) changes in Quebec City do not necessarily occur on the same date every year.

In Quebec City, DST starts on the 2nd Sunday in March and ends on the 1st Sunday in November.

Facts About Quebec City
  • Continent: North America
  • Country: Canada
  • Province: Quebec
  • Dial Code: +1
  • Elevation: 98 m
  • Population: 531,902
  • Currency: Canadian Dollar (CAD)
  • Latitude: 46°48′50″N
  • Longitude: 71°12′29″W
  • Official Language: English, French

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Information for Travelers

Quebec City is the capital of the largely French-speaking Canadian province of Quebec.

The only walled city in North America and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Quebec City is strategically located atop steep cliffs overlooking the Saint Lawrence River.

Founded in 1608 as a fur trading colony on present-day Place Royale, it quickly became an administrative center and one of the most beautiful cities in Canada.

Older neighborhoods include the colonial-era fortified city center as well as the stone buildings and narrow streets around Place Royale.

Named after Louis XIV, whose bust adorns it, Place Royale is the largest surviving ensemble of 17th and 18th century buildings in North America.

Sets of stairs and several steep streets lead from the Upper Town to the Lower Town, making the entire area easy to explore on foot.

At the base is the Saint Lawrence River, making the scenery much more picturesque.

There are many tourist attractions in the city, including the Musée de la Civilization.

The beautiful stone church, Notre-Dame des Victoires, faces a cobblestone square, along with the Maison Chevalier of the Musée de la Civilisation.

The upper and lower districts are connected by winding streets, some steep stairs and the funicular.


In the more than 300 years of its history, Québec City has come to have a variety of fortifications, which can be explored in a one-hour circular walk.

The Upper Town, also known as the Haute-Village, was originally developed for its military advantage and contains the defensive Citadel as well as some of the city's most iconic landmarks such as the Château Frontenac and the City Fortifications.

The majestic Hotel Château Frontenac and the impressive Citadel are also located in the old town.

The cobblestone streets of the Petit Champlain neighborhood are lined with bistros and boutiques.

Outside the city walls, west of the Citadel, stretches the green expanse known as the Plains of Abraham (Champs de Bataille), where in 1759 the British, led by General Wolfe, fought the French under Montcalm and won.

The exhibits recount the tumultuous story of how Quebec City resisted and then fell into British hands.

Sainte Anne is the patron saint of Québec and is credited with many miracles of healing the sick and disabled.

Located northeast of Quebec in Beaupre, this impressive Catholic basilica is a destination for half a million pilgrims each year.

Atop the Marie-Guyart Building, this 360-degree observatory offers more than just a panoramic view of the city from the 31st floor.

Interactive exhibits showcase how Québec City has developed and grown over the centuries, with a children's section designed just for the little ones.

Read about Quebec City in Wikipedia

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