QC City (Lévis), QC

The QC City (Lévis) metro area straddles the Saint Lawrence River with Quebec City on one side and the city Lévis on the opposite bank. It has a fortified colonial core, Vieux-Québec and Place Royale, with stone buildings and narrow streets.

Total Population: 800,296

(An increase of 4.3 % in the past 5 years.)

Quick Facts

  • Home to Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré Shrine, North America's oldest Catholic pilgrimage site outside of Mexico.

  • European People Groups makeup the majority of the number of people groups and also in terms of population and one of the oldest European settlements in North America dating back to the 1500s.

  • French is the overwhelming majority of First official language spoken with over 94 percent speaking French as their mother tongue.

  • Home of the first Anglican Cathedral outside the British Isles.

  • Over 90 percent of the population are Roman Catholics with small Protestant, Muslim and Jewish communities.

  • Notable Arab people groups include ... Arab, Moroccan (1,820), Arab, Lebanese (1,200), Arab, Algerian (1,150), Arab, Tunisian (1,000), Berber (700), Arab, Egyptian (375), Arab, Syrian (300).

People Group Profiles

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PG Name Country Of Birth Affinity Bloc Primary Religion Baseline Population Total
SenegaleseSenegalSub-Saharan AfricanIslam - Sunni475
Berber, KabyleAlgeriaArab WorldIslam170
Arab, MoroccanMoroccoArab WorldIslam - Sunni1,820
Arab, TunisianTunisiaArab WorldIslam1,000
French-Canadian, QuébécoisCanadaEurasian PeoplesChristianity - Roman Catholic268,595
BretonFranceEurasian PeoplesChristianity - Roman Catholic1,930