Major event partners help Québec City shine internationally
Our city centre location clearly makes the Port one of the most sought-after places to hold large-scale functions. We are proud to partner with presenters that help garner international attention for the quality events they stage. These events are part of Québec City’s exciting cultural calendar, cherished by those who live here, and they embody the dynamic image we strive to acquire internationally.
Historic Pedestrian Rally
The Port of Québec, in collaboration with the Naval Museum of Québec, was pleased to welcome you and introduce the first edition of its historical walking rally in the Pointe-à-Carcy area, as part of its programming highlighting the port’s historical heritage and promoting sustainable development.
Port Quebec's 2017 Historic Rally Grand prizes winners list :
GoHélico: Québec – The city and the river by sky: 25-minute flight for two people
Value: $151.95 per person before taxes. Winner : Marie-Pier Lefebvre
Château Frontenac: Two gift certificates for brunch at our Champlain restaurant, valid for two people
Value: $159 per certificate before taxes. Winners : Sonia Héon and Lynn Marie Surette
Valcartier Winter Playground: One pair of 2017–2018 adult passes to Valcartier Winter Playground and visit of the Hôtel de Glace for two people
Value (total): $95.96 before taxes. Winner : Andrea Lyver
Aquarium du Québec: One pass for two adults and two children 17 and under
Value: $57 before taxes. Winner : Eric Sylvain
Congratulations to our winners and many thanks for your participation and our sponsors !
*Québec Port Authority employees and members of their immediate families are not eligible for the draw.
Note: Any litigation respecting the conduct or organization of a publicity contest may be submitted to the Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux for a ruling. Any litigation respecting the awarding of a prize may be submitted to the board only for the purpose of helping the parties reach a settlement.
The Image MillALL YEAR LONG
A technological tour de force, this architectural projection first created by Robert Lepage and Ex Machina illuminates the 600 m x 30 m “screen” made up of 81 Bunge terminal grain silos.Visit the official site