Québec's territory: (PDF format, 1,5 mb)
- Covers 1,667,441 km²;
- Has more than 10,000 km of borders
- Comprises lands, freshwater bodies and courses, and a marine environment that takes in the fleuve Saint-Laurent and the golfe Saint-Laurent as well as the coastline of Baie James, Hudson Bay, Hudson Strait, and Ungava Bay.
- Covers more than 92% of the territory, which includes:
- land and inland water: 1,396,969 km²
- a marine environment: 153,562 km²
- Lies mainly in the center and northern parts of Québec, which are sparsely populated
- Constitutes a major heritage, exceptional natural environment, and basin of natural resources essential to the socioeconomic development of all regions of Québec.
- Covers nearly 8% of the territory (116,910 km²);
- Is located in southern Québec, which contains most of the population lives in the lowlands of the Saint-Laurent, around Gaspésie and Lac Saint-Jean, and in Abitibi;
- Is subdivided into nearly 3.5 million lots represented by the cadastre.