To give more depth to your knowledge of Quebec French vocabulary, I can suggest the Petit guide du parler québécois by Mario Bélanger, 3rd edition.
This book is the size of a paperback novel, organised by keywords in alphabetical order. The entries contain useful example sentences.
I like this book for five reasons:
1. affordable ($13)
2. pertinent choice of vocabulary
3. good example sentences
4. culture and pronunciation notes
5. easy to browse
If you’re a word nerd, I’m sure you’ll like it. It’s the sort of book that you can dip into at any point and discover something new.
For the amount of vocab included, $13 is a really good price. There are other books out there for about the same price, even cheaper ones, but the content isn’t very satisfying. The vocabulary presented in this book will be pertinent to your everyday life as a learner of French.
Two sample entries:
The keyword is in bold. The example sentence is in italics. In parentheses, an equivalent in “international” French.
COUDON adv. Coudon, c’est qui ce gars-là? (Au fait, pendant que j’y pense.) R. Déformation de « écoute donc ».
ÉPICERIE n.f. Elle profite de sa sortie pour faire l’épicerie. (Faire le marché.)
I can suggest casually browsing this book to familiarise yourself with lots of vocabulary and examples, and then complement this by listening to large amounts of spoken French from Québec.
When you’re done browsing, it becomes a good reference.
You can buy it or see a sample page here. You can also buy it in the major bookshops in Québec.