From the foothills of the Appalachians to the St. Lawrence plains, the Centre-du-Québec region covers 6,910 km2. In Centre-du-Québec, the charm of rural villages and views of the St. Lawrence River are among the region’s assets.
The Capitale-Nationale region offers you a wide variety of natural settings and the perfect environment for filming. Old Quebec City is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The historic capital city is unique in North America for its remarkable architecture, European ambience and military fortifications. In fact, it’s the only fortified city north of Mexico.
Among the many remarkable features are magnificent, pristine parks; villages with numerous historic buildings, some dating back to New France; the rigorously reconstructed village of Wendake, home of the Huron-Wendat Nation; the dramatic landscapes along the banks of the majestic St. Lawrence River and many other opportunities. A film office and an experienced local workforce are at your service.
From the shores of the St. Lawrence to the Highlands, the Bas-Saint-Laurent region is a rich tapestry of maritime, lakeside, farming and forest landscapes.. Its villages, islands, lighthouses, national parks and marine mammals are among the region’s assets.
The Nord-du-Québec is the largest administrative region in Quebec, representing 55% of the total area of Quebec, at 839,000 km2, including 121,000 km2 of lakes and rivers. Ivujivik, the northernmost town in Quebec, is located more than 1,900 km as the crow flies from Montreal and less than 502 km from the Arctic Circle. The approximately 11,000 inhabitants – mostly Inuit – live in 14 villages located mostly on the coast, at the river mouths. Kuujjuaq, the administrative capital, has a population of 2,300.