Why Does Quebec speak French?
Canada is an amazing country for so many different reasons. The many different cultural aspects make for a multidimensional area of North America and a place where you can hear just about every different type of language in the world. One of the dominant languages other than English, of course, is French. Quebec is one of the largest provinces in Canada and French is the absolute dominant language in just that area. As large as it is, though, they obviously have a vast variety of different types of the way the language is spoken.
Quebec was historically a French settlement in the colonial times, so over the years that classic culture of language has stuck around and remained the most dominantly spoken language in the area. There are also many different versions of French that is spoken in the area from the normal French that you hear people speaking in the country of France to the older and more contemporary Parisian french which is definitely not as common and was spoken mostly back in those original colonial times.
French is a gorgeous and romantic language that, unfortunately, I never bothered to learn myself. It has often puzzled me why our North American neighbors have stuck with their historical language to such a huge degree, but I am definitely not complaining.