Through its network, the department offers services, advices, and activities adapted to the characteristics of different countries to businesses, creators, researchers, and Québec institutions.
The network is comprised of the following:
- 7 general delegations (government offices)
- 4 delegations (government offices)
- 8 bureaus
- 5 trade offices
- 2 areas of representation in multilateral affairs
General delegation is the most important office of Québec abroad, under the direction of a delegate appointed by the government. It offers services in the following sectors of activity : economy, education, culture, immigration and public affairs.
General delegation employs advisors (for some general delegations only), attachés and support staff recruited in-country.
Québec has General Delegations in:
Delegation is headed by a delegate appointed by the Government. It offers services in some of the following sectors of activity : economy, education, culture and public affairs.
Delegation employs ddvisors, who are employees seconded from a Québec department for the length of the assignment, attachés and support staff recruited in-country.
Québec has Delegations in:
Bureau is headed by a director appointed by the Minister or the deputy minister of International Relations and Francophonie. It provides services in a limited number of areas.
Bureau employs attachés and support staff recruited in-country.
Québec has Bureaus in:
- Hong Kong (Immigration Office)
- São Paulo
- Stockholm (Investissement Québec Office)
Trade office is headed by a resident of the host country and provides services in a specific number of areas.
Trade office employs staff recruited in-country.
Québec has Trade offices in:
Representation in multilateral affairs
Québec exercises its constitutional jurisdiction by participating in the work of international forums :
- Francophone and Multilateral Affairs Delegation
- Québec's presence as a member of the Permanent Delegation of Canada to UNESCO
Last update: 2016-01-06 4:59:13 PM