The Quebec City Remparts is of Canada’s most prestigious junior hockey concessions. After several years on the sidelines, the team reintegrated the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) in 1997, bringing a breath of fresh air and optimism to the circuit.

Led by well-known business, society and hockey personalities (including a former NHL goalie), the Remparts attract an average of nearly 10,000 spectators per game to the Quebec City Colisée. They also hold the Canadian Hockey League regular-season attendance record.

The enthusiasm for this team confirms the national importance of hockey in the hearts of Quebecers.