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About Québec

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CIK number: 722803

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Parent Corporation
12 Rue Saint-Louis, Québec, QC G1R 3Y9, Canada

The provincial government of Quebec is the body responsible for the administration of the Canadian province of Quebec. A constitutional monarchy, the Crown is the corporation sole, assuming distinct roles: the executive, as the Crown-in-Council; the legislature, as the Crown-in-Parliament; and the courts, as the Crown-on-the-Bench. The powers of the Crown are exercised on behalf of three institutions—the Executive Council; the National Assembly; and the judiciary, respectively. The term Government of Quebec can refer to either the collective set of all three institutions, or more specifically to the executive—ministers of the Crown of the day, and the non-political staff within each provincial department or agency, i.e. the civil services, whom the ministers direct—which corporately brands itself as the Gouvernement du Québec, or more formally, Her Majesty's Government. In both senses, the current construct was established when the province joined Confederation in 1867.