Internet Service in Quebec.
Quebec is known as the French-speaking province of Canada. Most of the citizens of Quebec fluently speak french and many of them also fluently speak english. Montreal is the cultural, business and population center of the province. Quebec City is the provincial capital. A survey from the Canadian government in 2012 found that household Internet access was only 78% across the province of Quebec. This was the 2nd lowest access rate of any province in Canada (New Brunswick was the lowest at 77%). This was actually up two percentage points from a 76% household access rate in Quebec in 2010.
Internet usage and access statistics in Quebec can be difficult at times to locate but the "Statistics Canada", funded by the government (Source: http://www.statcan.gc.ca/tables-tableaux/sum-som/l01/cst01/comm36g-eng.htm) does offer a historical glimpse of Internet access rates from 2005 to 2009 in the province. In 2005 overall Internet access "from any location" was 69.3%. It jumped sharply up to 85.4% in 2009. What is unexplained at this time is how the access rate could have fallen from 85.4% in 2009 to the aforementioned 76% in 2012.
In May of 2016 the Quebec government announced that it had earmarked $188 million until 2021 to improve the province's online economy and its resident's access to high speed Internet. The government's financial support will come in the form of tax credits and by expanding some existing programs.
Quebec's primary Internet providers are: Bell, Montreal-DSL, TekSavvy, Yak, Acanac, Atalk.ca, Cogeco, ElectronicBox, and Distributel.