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  1. Make your meetings meaningful in Montréal

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    Sustainability, social responsibility and making a positive impact on local communities is becoming more and more important to both leisure and business travellers. Many organizations, venues and accommodations in Montréal are taking measures towards making meetings not only more environmentally responsible, but also more meaningful before, during and after an event. If being mindful of the environment and giving back […]

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  2. Major sporting events coming to Montréal in 2018

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    As a proudly Olympic city, sport is in Montréal’s DNA. Reaching back even before the monumental Olympic games of 1976, Montréalers have always been an active bunch, dominating the hockey rink (founded in 1909, the Montréal Canadiens are the oldest hockey team in the world, pre-dating even the NHL), skiing all over town or down Mount Royal itself, or cycling […]

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  3. Rest in comfort until boarding time in the Air Canada Maple Leaf Lounge at Montréal-Trudeau

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    After months of preparation, your meeting is now complete and the new relationships and ideas presented are already percolating towards the future. And while the planners’ job is largely complete, for many attendees a huge bulk of their work begins once the event itself has wrapped. Air Canada’s Maple Leaf Lounge at Montréal-Trudeau offers your guests an airport waiting experience […]

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  4. Hold your next meeting at two of Montréal’s historical museums

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    Finding the ideal spot for your event can make or break a successful business gathering. Montréal is home to a profusion of unforgettable venues, including some of the city’s finest museums. With some new rooms unveiled in 2018 – and some planners’ favourites ready and waiting – two of Montréal’s most important historical museums make for inspiring and memorable host […]

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  5. Montréal’s neighbourhoods have something for everyone – and every event

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    Without question, Montréal is one of North America’s most unique big cities, blending old world charm with a modern flourish. But beyond the city’s particular charm as a whole, Montréal is just as distinctly a city of neighbourhoods – each one individual in its own right. We’ve compiled a quick look at some of our most intriguing centrally located districts, […]

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  6. Keeping events safe: the importance of proactive security

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    A priority in event planning is creating a memorable experience for your attendees where locale is key. But before the final host location selection is made, the necessity for event security has taken on added importance in recent years. We’re not just talking about safety – although ensuring your guests aren’t falling on slippery floors or tumbling off of unsafe […]

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  7. RÉSO: Things are looking up when you look down in Montréal

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    Montréal’s mammoth underground city – known locally as the RÉSO, or “network” en français – connects museums, universities, office towers, hotels and shops, in the process serving as a transport link for 500,000 people per day beneath the city’s streets. There’s 32 kilometres (20 miles) to explore and we’ve laid out this simple route for you to follow to get […]

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  8. The year in review: our top 10 posts for 2017

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    It’s been a big year for Montréal! Not only did we celebrate the 375th anniversary of the city’s founding, it’s also been a jam-packed year for meetings, the sciences, and education – resulting in another armload of kudos for a city we think is pretty great. It’s been a joy writing about this city we love, and we’re proud to […]

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  9. Discover the new Old Montréal

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    This year, Montréal celebrated its 375th anniversary and Old Montréal, our gem of classical architecture and old world charm along the banks of the St. Lawrence, was a focal point of both the commemorative celebrations and some of the city’s newest developments. Co-founded by Paul Chomedey de Maisonneuve and Jeanne Mance in 1642 at the exact spot where today’s Pointe-à-Callière […]

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