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9 months to go before FISM WCM in Québec City!!

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Québec City Convention Centre


The Québec City Convention Centre is just minutes away from dozens of restaurants of every kind and price range. Home to French restaurants, microbreweries, bistros, sidewalk cafés and much more, the city has earned an outstanding reputation for its innovative cuisine, fine regional products, and creative artisans and chefs.

Light meals are available at the Convention Centre at Le Lounge restaurant and the Petit Café.

The Centre is part of a complex that has two restaurants, Le Subtil and La Prep, and a convenience store.

Free WI-FI Stay Connected It’s on Us!

The Québec City Convention Centre is the first in Canada to offer its clients free high speed Wi-Fi in all areas—just one of the ways in which we are anything but conventional! Convention Centre guests enjoy free wireless Internet throughout the complex, day and night. Just open your browser, enter your email address, and you’re set! Visitors and attendees are kept connected at all times with 15 Mbps connection and unlimited data transfer. Coverage at the Centre extends through every hall and common area, to every corner of the building.

Green and Proud!

Located in the heart of a pedestrian friendly city, the Québec City Convention Centre is proud to be green. Every event held at the Convention Centre meets sustainable certification standards. Protecting the environment is important for us and for the health and wellbeing of your attendees, our community, and the planet. Our team is constantly coming up with new ways to improve our methods and takes tangible action to uphold high standards of environmental management—earning us a reputation for leadership in sustainable development in the process. Our many certifications, including LEED-CI (Gold), LEED-EB (Silver), BOMA BEST Level 3, and the AIPC’s Gold Quality Standard, testify to our determination to help build a better, greener world.


The Québec City Convention Centre meets the standards of the National Building Code of Canada and the American Disability Act and is rated “accessible to persons with a physical impairment” by Kéroul. The Convention Centre has an action plan to meet the needs of the mobility impaired and is proud to be an inclusive and fully accessible facility.

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