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Parcel Delivery To Quebec

You may be firmly ensconced in Canada, but be in no doubt that when you’re in Quebec, the official language is French in this the country’s largest province by area - one-and-a-half million square kilometres for its nearly eight million residents to enjoy. The province’s motto is ‘Je me souviens’ (I remember), the official flower is an iris, its bird is the snowy owl and the official tree is the yellow birch. The name comes from an Algonquin word ‘kebec’ referring to an area around Quebec city where the Saint Lawrence River narrows. The province was founded in 1763 when the French handed it over to the British.
If you’re thinking about sending parcels to Quebec, think firstly about what an expert in the field might choose to do. Someone who, for example, had spent years building up by far the largest online parcel delivery company in the UK. By which we mean ourselves here at Parcel2Go, obviously. We’ve tried and tested every method you can think of and, in our experience, you can’t do better for sending a parcel to Quebec than to hire a courier to Quebec to do the job. The post office? Fine for greetings cards and tax returns but, sadly, prey to industrial action and unexpected delays - and you really don’t want that.
There’s no question over which kind of courier you should use: a proper, bona fide, grown-up internationally-recognised name - like FedEx, TNT or Parcelforce. But be warned: dealing with them direct is by no means easy. They seem to delight in giving the same services different names and wrapping everything up in incomprehensible jargon - so coming to an informed decision about exactly which tariff to choose and what it might cost is no easy feat. We’ve come sailing to the rescue, however, and savagely cut all the bumf to leave you with some crystal-clear info here on which to base your decision. And we’ve cut the price too - you should find us cheaper than a direct deal would be for a parcel delivery to Quebec.
And given that it’s a very long way away, you want to send a parcel to Quebec knowing that the authorities there will approve of its contents - so if you’re at all unsure, please check. And, just like here, the six-position jumble of numbers and letters which make up the postcode are well worth using.
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