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Welcome to Tourisme Montréal’s meetings and conventions blog, your go-to source for original venue options, updates on the latest trends and lots of planning inspiration!

  1. Montréal is the Top Sports City for 2018

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    Whether in the parks, pools, or major stadium venues, Montréal loves sports. And with a proud Olympic pedigree and a busy host city schedule, Montréal’s connection to the international sports world runs deep – you might even say that it’s in our DNA. And this year, Montréal has been named in the Global Sport Impact (GSI) Canada Index as Canada’s […]

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  2. Montréal: A world financial capital on the rise

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    Blending creativity and history, Montréal is beloved as a great place to visit for both tourists and professionals alike. And while we’re certainly proud of this reputation, there’s also a lot going behind the scenes that mark Montréal as an economic powerhouse, including a rising global finance sector that’s making its presence felt the world over. The more than 3,000 […]

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  3. C2 Montréal 2018: An event unlike any other

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    by Jamie O’Meara The Harvard Business Review called it “a conference unlike any other,” The Economist says it’s “challenging conventions,” and BizBash named it the Best Conference of 2017. What’s sure is that the C2 Montréal business conference is not your father’s business conference: PowerPoint is replaced by 360° multimedia projections; hotel conference rooms by a vibrant indoor/outdoor innovation village; […]

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  4. A little bit of French for your attendees to try out in Montréal

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    The unique blend of European charm and North American modernity that winds through Montréal’s cobblestone streets and hipster boroughs has long thrilled visitors to the city. And while Montréal is truly a bilingual city with much of the population speaking both French and English, everyone loves it when a visitor pulls out an expression or two from one’s back pocket […]

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  5. Five cultural spaces within 10 minutes of the Palais des congrés de Montréal

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    Montréal is a city of culture, each quartier featuring a wealth of galleries, museums, and performances spaces. Here’s five inspiring spots perfect for attendees of any event at the Palais des congrés de Montréal to check out during some conference downtime. Better yet, they’re also available for meetings and other occasions. MAC Montréal MAC Montréal, the city’s major contemporary arts […]

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  6. Montréal diversity with Lesbians Who Tech and Queer Tech MTL

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    Montréal has long been a cosmopolitan hub for queer life, and the city’s booming tech sector is embracing and integrating its LGBTQ tech-entrepreneurs with the help of two local community groups, Lesbians Who Tech and Queer Tech MTL. Queer Tech MTL Queer Tech MTL was founded in 2016 by Naoufel Testaouni – also Executive Director of Montreal New Tech, a non-profit […]

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