National Assembly of Québec

Five prominent Quebecers awarded the Medal of Honour
Five internships offered at National Assembly – Application deadline : February 15, 2018
Online consultation: Women’s place in politics
Submissions now being accepted for the 16th edition of the National Assembly’s Political Book Prize
Former MNA Michel Létourneau speaks candidly on Mémoires de députés
Powerful pencil strokes! Political satire cartoons: A new exhibition at the National Assembly Library
Discover the National Assembly Library - New website now online!
An exhibition visitors can discover until April 4, 2018
Let the celebrations begin! - April 4, 2017 to April 4, 2018
Construction of the reception pavilion: Watch the work in progress in real time!


Discover and Participate


Le Parlementaire and the Café du Parlement are open to the public.

Current Exhibition: 1792. A Parliament is Born

Current Exhibition

1792. A Parliament is Born showcases rare and precious artifacts that shed new light on Lower Canada’s parliamentary history. This exhibition recounts the reform movement that inspired the Lower Canadian Members. This movement is still the basis of Québec’s parliamentary practices today.

Careers and Internships

Put your qualifications to work!
Working at the National Assembly will bring you into direct contact with the major political, social and cultural events and issues of the day. To find out more, click on Careers and Internships.

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