|Occur every||2 years (alternating between Summer and Winter Games)|
|Purpose||Quebec under-18 multi-sport event|
|Headquarters||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
The Quebec Games (French: 'Jeux du Québec') is a multi-sport event, held every two years in the Canadian province of Quebec, alternating between the Quebec Winter Games and the Quebec Summer Games. Athletes are strictly amateur only, and represent their region.
The Games were founded in 1970. The first editions of both the Quebec Winter Games and Quebec Summer Games were held in 1971. Since 1981, they have held every odd year. Since 2009, a Quebec Games is held every year, alternating between Winter Games (odd years) and Summer Games (even years).
The 2016 edition was held at Montreal's Olympic Stadium in conjunction with the 40th Anniversary Celebrations of the 1976 Montreal Summer Olympics. At around 3700 athletes, the event was larger than the last Winter Olympics in 2014.
|Year||Winter Games||Summer Games|
|1997||Les Chutes-de-la-Chaudière RCM||Montreal|
|2003||Portneuf RCM||L'Amiante RCM|
|2018||Thetford Mines, Quebec|
For the purpose of the games, Quebec is sub-divided into 19 regions. Each region carries out its own competitions in each sport, from which the best athletes are chosen to compete at the provincial level.
- Matthew Grillo (12 July 2016). "Nadia Comaneci to watch Jeux du Québec and attend Montreal Olympics anniversary". Global News. Global.ca.
- (in French) Colin Côté-Paulette (17 July 2016). "Ouverture olympique pour les Jeux du Québec". TC Media. Metro (newspaper).
- "Les régions" (in French). Jeux du Québec. Retrieved 13 October 2013.
- Jeux du Québec (in French)