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Quebec Conference

Several meetings held at Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, are called the Quebec Conference.

The Quebec Conference of 1864 was the second conference to discuss Canada's confederation, which was finally accomplished three years later.

The Quebec Conference of 1943 was a top-level meeting between the United States and Britain to plan strategy in World War II.

Quebec City also hosted the Summit of the Americas, discussing the Free Trade Area of the Americas; these were targeted by massive anti-globalization protests.