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1. Quebec borders four American states. Maine, New Hampshire and New York are three of them, but which is the fourth?
2. Quebec's highest mountain lies on its border with Labrador, and is known by different names in the two provinces: Mount d'Iberville in Quebec and Mount Caubvick in Labrador. In which mountain range is it situated?
3. 'La fête nationale' is celebrated in Quebec on 24th June to honour which saint, who is the province's official patron saint?
4. These woods are located on the Isle of Montreal and form part of the largest wetland on the island. What is their name?
5. Located in the Mauricie, this large city was founded in 1634 based on the recommendation of the explorer Samuel de Champlain. It is named for a geographical feature of its location, and includes which French number?
6. Waskaganish is a former trading post of the Hudson's Bay Company, located on James Bay. The settlement has had several names, but which of them was taken from the name of the river which flows past it into James Bay?
7. Situated in Old Montreal is a market which originally opened for trading in 1847. It was named for a nearby chapel, although the name versions are slightly different. By what name is the market known?
8. Quebec City is located on a promontory in the Saint Lawrence River. What is its name in English?
9. Quebec has a great deal of natural water, including many man made reservoirs. Which lake is, by surface area, the largest naturally formed lake in Quebec?
10. The Plains of Abraham, located in The Battlefields Park, can be found in which of these cities?
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