Quebec girls are known for being both provocative and easygoing, and a visit to a city like Montreal in the summertime will show that they are comfortable with themselves and their bodies. To use a very general rule, a Quebec girl isn't very likely to be 'high maintenance.' For someone outside of Quebec who wants to date Quebec, however, there are significant cultural differences to be overcome. The first and foremost obstacle, however, to most men outside of Quebec who want to date Quebec girls is the language barrier.
Outside of Montreal, and especially in smaller and northern areas of Quebec, any Quebec girl you meet is extremely likely to speak only French. In Montreal itself however, and especially amongst younger people, it is likely that a Quebec girl will be fluent in both French and English. Basically, if you want to date Quebec girls and you don't speak French, you going to have very little luck (with dating or with anything else for that matter) outside of Montreal.
The city of Montreal, however, is a different story when it comes to dating Quebec girls. As stated, many a Quebec girl in Montreal will speak English fluently, and the cultural divides that separatism spreads are less prevalent in Montreal. In fact, many a Quebec girl may enjoy the relative exoticness of an Anglophone.
When trying to meet a Quebec girl, one of the biggest obstacles is in the word date itself. It is not uncommon for a Quebec girl to be perplexed by this English term "dating." Inheriting values that are more distinctly European, a Quebec girl is likely to find the term dating strange. The culture in Quebec is a more romantic one, which of course makes it more enticing in the first place, and it has its distinct European flare. A Quebec girl is likely not to think of things in terms of dating, but rather as simply an interaction with another person that takes its own course, sometimes towards a more serious relationship, sometimes not.
It is a distinctly North American (read: North America outside Quebec) notion to separate the terms of the relationship from the relationship itself. It is not uncommon to hear a North American couple discussing (and often disagreeing and fighting about) the terms of their relationship: are they dating? Where is this relationship going? Do we have a relationship? Etc. . .
In this line of thinking, these rules and definitions of a relationship become something that defines the interaction of the couple: if a couple are 'dating', they are expected to act in a certain way, if they are in a 'serious relationship' the same is true. Quebec girls are likely not to believe in this separation between the relationship and the definition of the relationship. To many a Quebec girl, the relationship is defined by what the two people are doing. In other words, every relationship has a life of its own, and different opportunities present themselves and different courses of action are taken, and the results are wholly unpredictable.
This philosophy is much more romantic than the North American notion of dating, and when meeting a Quebec girl most men will be introduced to this different world: a romantic one of moments and possibilities, bereft of cookie-cutter definitions and rules.