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Quebecer, Quebecker, Québécois
A resident of Quebec is known as a Quebecer or a Quebecker. These demonyms should be written without any accents; they are always capitalized in English.
- Quebecers of all ethnic backgrounds agree that they live in a land of exceptional natural beauty.
A French-speaking Quebecer is often referred to as a Québécois (masculine) or Québécoise (feminine), written with two accented é’s, although some editorial styles recommend omitting the accents.
- A native of New Brunswick, Roch Voisine is often thought to be a Québécois.
- Québécoise Marie-Claire Blais is one of the stars of French-Canadian literature.
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