Quebec Conference

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Quebec Conference refers to one of several different meetings by the same name that were held in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada:

  • The Quebec Conference, 1864, the second conference to discuss Canada's confederation, which was finally accomplished three years later. It was here that the 72 Resolutions were drafted
  • The Quebec Conference, 1943, a top-level meetings between the United States and Britain, with Canada as host, to plan strategy in 1944. It also resulted in the Quebec Agreement to share nuclear technology
  • The Second Quebec Conference, held in 1944. Only the United States and the United Kingdom were represented. Most known for the agreement on, and signing of, the Morgenthau plan
  • The Quebec City Summit of the Americas, in 2001, which discussed the Free Trade Area of the Americas; these were targeted by massive anti-globalization protests