Université Laval

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Group.png Université Laval  
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MottoDeo favente haud pluribus impar
HeadquartersQuébec City, Québec, Canada
Other nameRouge-et-Or
University in Québec City, Québec, Canada

Laval University (French:Université Laval) is a public research university in Québec City, Québec, Canada. The University was founded by royal charter issued by Queen Victoria in 1852, with roots in the founding of the Séminaire de Québec in 1663 by François de Montmorency-Laval, making it the oldest centre of higher education in Canada and the first North American institution to offer higher education in French. The university, which started in Old Québec, moved to a new campus in the 1950s in the suburban borough of Sainte-Foy–Sillery–Cap-Rouge. It is ranked among the top 10 Canadian universities in terms of research funding[1] and holds 4 Canada Excellence Research Chairs. Like most institutions in Québec, the name "Université Laval" is not translated into English.


Alumni on Wikispooks

Conrad Black25 August 1944Canada
Media mogul
Deep politician
Fraudulent Bilderberg steering committee member
Raymond Chretien20 May 1942CanadaDiplomat
Attended the 1998 Bilderberg as Canadian Ambassador to the US.
Jean Chrétien11 January 1934CanadaPolitician
Deep state operative
Prime minister of Canada 1993-2003, Bilderbergs in 1982 and 1996
Stéphane Dion28 September 1955CanadaDiplomatCanadian diplomat who attended the 1998 Bilderberg as Canada/President of the Privy Council
Jean Marchand20 December 191828 August 1988CanadaUnion organizerFrench-Canadian Catholic trade unionist and politician in Quebec, connected to Pierre Trudeau.


  1. Université Laval. "Université Laval at a Glance". (accessed 17 April 2007)