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  1. The future of Intelligent Transportation: Montréal hosts the 2017 ITS World Conference

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    As the world’s cities expand, integrated mobility and intelligent transportation systems will change the face of how we get around. From October 29 to November 2, world leaders in research and implementation will gather in the Palais de congrès de Montréal to discuss, debate and demonstrate the newest concepts in intelligent city living. With over 5,000 attendees from around the […]

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  2. Team Montréal hotels perfect for your next meetings

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    Montréal’s world-class hotels cover a full range from grand old school palaces to eye-popping temples of modernist design. But more than just places to rest one’s head after a busy day of networking, these hotels are also the perfect locale for meetings and events each with their own individualistic flair. Whether you’re looking for a meeting venue or accommodations to […]

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  3. The Palais des congrès: innovation that works for you

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    Located right in the heart of the city, the Palais des congrès de Montréal is not your average convention centre. Behind its iconic multi-coloured façade, this BOMA BESt Level 3 certified facility offers 551,520 sq. ft. (51,280 m²) of event rental space, including 113 rooms which can accommodate up to 1,950 booths. There’s also a rooftop terrace offering almost 20,000 square feet […]

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  4. Design for Change: The World Design Summit Comes to Montréal

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    A prestigious who’s who in modern design are set to attend the World Design Summit at the Palais de congrès de Montréal from October 16 to 25. Delegates include some 50 international organizations, 5000 delegates, 1000 speakers, 30 keynote presentations, and 30,000 Expo visitors from 80 countries, all coming together for this invitation-only exchange of ideas on the theme of […]

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  5. “Bleu de bleu” art installation welcomes visitors to Montréal

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    Montréal is a city filled with public art and street happenings year-round, and now that starts from the moment you land at Montréal-Trudeau airport. Presented by National Bank, Bleu de Bleu is an ambitious project that required a year’s research in feasibility and represents an investment of $3.2 million in private donations from the local business community. Montréal-Trudeau airport is […]

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  6. Six green initiatives for the international jetty at Montréal–Trudeau Airport

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    International traffic to and from Montréal has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years, with the addition of new flights and new airlines serving the destination. The Montréal–Trudeau Airport (YUL) has kept pace, using this growth as an opportunity to expand its infrastructure and improve the customer experience for travellers transiting through this international hub. The international jetty expansion […]

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  7. A room with a view: six Montréal venues that rise above it all

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    Planning meetings means prioritizing practical logistics like room capacity, high-tech amenities and proximity to the city’s attractions. While all those elements are important, of course, we humans also have an innate attraction to all things beautiful. A venue that looks out to panoramic open spaces and gorgeous views also soothe the soul, rev up creativity (yes, that’s a real thing) […]

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