Publication of the 5th edition of the “Quebec for all” brochure

MONTREAL, April 13, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – The new brochure “Le Québec pour tous” is finally available! For its 5th edition, the brochure has had a facelift and offers more content to allow people with disabilities who wish to visit Québec to better plan their stay.

Produced with the financial support of the Alliance de l’industrie touristique du Québec, the Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec and the Government of Quebec, the new brochure “Quebec for all” lists the establishments accessible or partially accessible by region according to the following categories: parks and outdoors, culture and heritage, flavors and traditions, sports and recreation, accommodation.

The brochure is available in hard copy, in French or in English. It is also available online in an interactive format where you can click on each establishment to view the Kéroul file and obtain more details on the accessibility of the site.

“We hope that this new brochure will make it easier for foreign travelers to visit us and that it will inspire Quebecers to continue their adventures in the beautiful province and explore the establishments we have assessed and listed,” says Isabelle Ducharme, president of Kéroul.

Click here to view the brochure online.

About Quebec for All

Québec pour tous is a brand of Keroul. He has an online platform and a brochure promote the accessibility of Quebec to French-speaking and English-speaking travellers. These two resources provide practical information on the accessibility of sites in Quebec using the Kéroul database. They also provide information on paratransit and personal assistance. Lately, a blog regularly offers videos and ideas for accessible and adapted outings to discover Quebec.

About Keroul

A key consultant for Tourisme Québec in terms of accessibility, Kéroul has been working to make tourism and culture accessible to people with limited physical abilities for more than 40 years. Kéroul has a database of more than 4,000 establishments certified according to their level of accessibility, supports organizations in improving their infrastructure and services, trains front-line staff and manages the Accessibility Program for tourist establishments ( PAET) entrusted by the Ministry of Tourism.


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Information: Source: Faustine Maréchalle, Communications and Marketing Coordinator, [email protected]514-252-3104,

Jacob L. Thornton