You will find several resources on the Wikitree Quebec Resources page. you can find some tips on style guidelines for creating profiles on the Quebecois Project page.
As a fellow non-francophone my favorite resources for researching my Quebecois ancestors are:
Library and Archives Canada - for more recent records including the census reports from 1825 - 1921 with full text search and images.
PRDH-IGD - for records from the early European settlers up to 1849. It has both pay and free resources and you can do quite a lot with the free resources once you figure them out. I find the "Individual" and "Couple" search tools under the "Vital Events" pulldown most useful.
FamilySearch is also a good place to start.
Nos Origines can be a very helpful tool but it is usually best to verify the entries with a primary source.
Fichier Origine can also be quite helpful, also best to verify the entries with a primary source.
And while Google translate has it's issues it can certainly be of use in helping to translate records.
And there are always helpful Wikitreers here on G2G when you get stuck.
Hope that helps,