July 24-25, 2019
Quebec City, Canada
The Summer Summit will have three main tracks in 2019:
Check back frequently for more information on the program as it becomes available, or contact Erin Carr to be added to our event mailing list.
Note: Travel to Quebec City does require a passport.
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1100, boul. René-Lévesque Est
Quebec, QC G1R 4P3, CA
Tuesday, July 23
Historical Walking Tour
Founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain, Quebec City is a walker’s dream: compact, picturesque and brimming with European charm. Put on good walking shoes, charge your camera phone and begin your exploration through this UNESCO’s jewel and world heritage site! During this tour, a professional tour guide will share with you both the history and highlights of the city.
Wednesday, July 24
Historical Walking Tour
Founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain, Quebec City is a walker’s dream: compact, picturesque and brimming with European charm. Put on good walking shoes, take your camera and begin your exploration through this UNESCO’s jewel and world heritage site! During this tour, a professional tour guide will share with you both the history and highlights of the city.
5th Annual Women Prosecutors’ Section Gala Dinner
Join us for an evening of cocktails, appetizers, music, a gourmet dinner, and a guest speaker as we celebrate an International Evening of Building a Culture of Women Leaders. The gala takes place in the Parliament Building.
Thursday, July 25
VIP Tour of the Citadelle and the Residence of the Governor General
The Dufferin Terrace hides an archaeological crypt revealing the official residence and seat of power of governors from 1620 to 1834. Discover its history and stroll through the remains of Château Saint-Louis. Explore its lower court, outbuildings and culinary complex. The Citadelle is the largest British fortress built in North America. In 1820, the construction of the star-shaped Citadelle began and lasted for more than 30 years. Some of the walls enclose over 300 years of military history in Quebec City, spanning the French, British and Canadian periods. Due to its defensive and geographical situation atop Cape Diamond, it was often referred to as the “American Gibraltar”. Today it is home to an active military garrison and the second official residence of the Governor General of Canada which stands within the Citadelle.
Quebec City Craft Brewery and Beer Tasting Tour
This memorable tour takes place in the heart of Quebec City’s craft beer scene: Saint-Roch. This area is a can’t miss destination in the city for its cultural potential and commercial activity. Taste amazing and varied products, straight from where they are brewed.
Friday, July 26
Quebec City Food Tour
Throughout the years, Quebec’s food has been influenced by Amerindian, British and French cuisines. The tour offers you the opportunity to discover these different culinary and cultural traditions and taste products that have made the gourmet authenticity of Quebec City
Your guide will introduce you to history and architecture and you will taste typical and local specialties from a variety of shops such as grocers, chocolate factory, restaurants and bakeries, amongst others.