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June 20, 2021

Life of Quebec in the 1960s Through Amazing Photos

Quebec is one of the thirteen provinces and territories of Canada. Located in Central Canada, the province shares land borders with Ontario to the southwest, Newfoundland and Labrador to the northeast, New Brunswick to the southeast, and a coastal border with Nunavut; it also borders the U.S. states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and New York to the south.

Quebec is the largest province by area, at 1,542,056 km2 (595,391 sq mi), and the second-largest by population. Much of the population live in urban areas along the St. Lawrence River, between the most populous city, Montreal, and its capital city, Quebec City.

Quebec is also the home of Québécois, recognized as a nation by both the provincial and federal governments.

These amazing photos of Quebec in the 1960s were taken by James R. Page during his university days.

Montreal street scenes on a rainy night, December 1969

Bois-des-Filion, June 1967

Bois-des-Filion. Cat on a cold fence plank, 1967

Bois-des-Filion. Mille Iles River, March 1969

Bois-des-Filion. Through a glass wetly, March 1965

Midget hockey, December 1965

Montreal. A young Gordon Lightfoot performing at Expo 67, May 1967

Montreal. British National Day at Expo 67, June 1967

Montreal. Businessman 2-step, March 1968

Montreal. Dominion Square, July 1967

Montreal. Dominion Square, July 1968

Montreal. Inside the West German Pavillion at Expo 67, June 1967

Montreal. McGill Stadium, September 1964

Montreal. McGill station, October 1967

Montreal. On Mount Royal above the city, March 1967

Montreal. Pulp & Paper pavilion at Expo 67, June 1967

Montreal. St. Catherine Street, October 1967

Montreal. USA pavilion at Expo 67, October 1967

Montreal. “War Is Over!”, 1969

Montreal. Winter in Montreal, December 1969

Montreal. Women in a park, August 1969

Rosemère. Rosemere High School, June 1966


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