1867, before that they were part of the Province of Canada.
When Canada was created, on July 1, 1867, Quebec was one of the four original provinces of the Confederation..
Quebec was known as New France, when it was first explored by Champlain, then it was changed to Quebec by different native tribes, Iroquois, and the Algonquin.
No, Quebec is not a country, Quebec is a Province of Canada. Quebec City is the capital of that province. In 1980 and 1995 referendums were held to have the province become it's own country within the borders of Canada, and both times the majority of the vote was to remain a part of Canada.
No. They feel they should break away and become their own country.
only Quebec i think. I'm not really sure why.
No part of Canada is British. French are a majority in Quebec.
Quebec was the land of the French back when the English hadn't even started to consider commisioning an expedition to the new land, technically, Quebec started Canada, so therefore, Canada became part of Quebec.
Quebec is still part of Canada, so no river runs between it and Canada
le Québéc is part of Canada
Labrador is not a territory in Canada it is a region that is part of Quebec but actually belongs to the province of Newfoundland which became a province in 1949