The Quebec Gay Archives (French: Archives gaies du Québec) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to documenting the history of the gay and lesbian communities of the Canadian province of Quebec. Founded in 1983 by Jacques Prince and Ross Higgins and located in Montreal, the QGA maintains collections of periodicals, newspapers, press clippings, book, videocassettes, DVDs, posters, photos and archival materials. Its collection includes the photographic canon of Alan B. Stone, which reflects the life's work of the notable Montreal "beefcake" photographer. In 2013, the Quebec Gay Archives moved to expanded premises on rue Atateken in Montreal.