Quebec

Canada Courthouses / Quebec
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National Assembly Building

 

Quebec became the 2nd Province on July 1, 1867.  Quebec City is the provincial capital.

 

Quebec Court of Appeal

 

There are courthouses ( palais de justice ) in the following 36 Judicial Districts:

 

Abitibi Judicial District – Amos

Alma Judicial District – Alma

Artabaska Judicial District – Victoriaville

Baie-Comeau Judicial District – Baie-Comeau

Beauce Judicial District – Saint Joseph de Beauce

Beauharnois Judicial District – Salaberry de Valleyfield

Bedford Judicial District - Cowansville

Bonaventure Judicial District – New Carlisle

Charlevoix Judicial District - La Malbaie

Drummind Judicial District – Drummondville

Frontenac Judicial District – Thetford Mines

Gaspe Judicial District - Perce

Gatineau Judical District – Gatineau ( Hull )

Iberville Judicial District - Saint Jean sur Richelieu

Joliette Judicial District – Joliette

Kamouraska Judicial District - Riviere du Loup

Labelle Judicial District - Mont Laurier

Laval Judicial District – Laval

Longueuil Judicial District - Longueuil

Megantic Judicial District - Lac Megantic

Mingan Judicial District - Sept-Isles

Montmagny Judicial District – Montmagny

Montreal Judicial District - Montreal

Pontiac Judicial District – Campbell’s Bay

Quebec Judicial District - Quebec City

Richelieu Judicial District – Sorel-Tracy

Rimouski Judicial District - Rimouski

Roberval Judicial District – Roberval

Rouyan-Noranda Judicial District – Rouyn-Noranda

Saint Francois Judicial District – Sherbrooke

Saint Hyacinthe Judicial District - Saint Hyacinthe

Saint Maurice Judical District - Shawinigan

Saguenay Judicial District - Chicoutimi

Temiscamingue Judicial District – Ville Marie

Terrebonne Judicial District - Saint Jerome

Trois Rivieres Judicial District – Trois Rivieres