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Québec UK Key Partners for 50 Years

  • The Québec Government Office in London © Government of Québec
  • Agent-General Pierre Boulanger with former United Nations Human Rights High Commissioner Louise Arbour, guest speaker at the first Québec Annual Lecture held in London in 2010. © Government of Québec
  • The epic, nine-hour Lipsynch, by playwright Robert Lepage, was presented at the Barbican Theatre in 2008. © Érick Labbé
  • Québec soprano Charlotte Corwin, winner of the 2009 Joseph-Rouleau Award at Montréal International Music Competition, performed at the Annual Agent-General’s Concert in 2009. © David Brulotte
  • The High Commissioner of the United Kingdom to Canada, Anthony Cary, and the Minister of International Relations, Monique Gagnon-Tremblay, during the presentation of a facsimile of the Québec Act of 1774 by the Government of the United Kingdom on the occasion of the 400th anniversary of Québec City.
    © Clément Allard / Government of Québec
  • Designed in Québec, the London bike-share system was launched in July 2010. It is shown here near the Québec Government Office. © Government of Québec
  • Premier Robert Bourassa and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II during her visit to Québec in 1987. © Government of Québec
  • Bombardier Aerospace facilities in Belfast. © Bombardier

Québec Government Office in London celebrates its 50 years!

The United Kingdom is among the first countries with which the Government of Québec wished to forge ties. To that end, Québec opened a permanent representation in London as early as 1962. Over the years, the Québec Government Office in London has increased the number of opportunities to promote the expertise and creativity of entrepreneurs and artists from Québec. As a result, the United Kingdom is now one of Québec’s leading international partners.

Throughout the year, activities marking the 50th anniversary of the Québec Government Office in London will showcase the extensive ties shared by Québec and the UK.