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  • Mon Lapin

    Montreal Mon Lapin Voted Top Restaurant

      Montreal’s Mon Lapin was named the top restaurant in the annual Canada’s 100 Best Restaurants rankings. The restaurant jumped from 6th to 1st place, ahead of Toronto’s Alo and Published On Main, from Vancouver, which ranked first last year. This is the third time that a Quebec restaurant has taken the top spot. “There simply isn’t anywhere else in the world one would wish to have a restaurant; Montreal is magical! It’s thanks to the discerning and curious clientele that the culinary…

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  • Montréal Sees Strong Event Activity

      The Palais des congrès de Montréal made a major recovery in 2022 with 280 events being held at the centre, and more than 450 hosted city-wide. Between January 1 and December 31, 2022, the Palais welcomed more than 500,000 visitors and delegates to its spaces. Tourisme Montréal estimates the economic impact of business tourism to have been nearly 270 million dollars for the island of Montréal. “2022 marked the reboot that our industry had been so eagerly awaiting. Throughout the year, the Palais…

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    Montreal To Host 2023 Virtuoso Event

      Montréal and its partners are set to host the Virtuoso Symposium, organized by the industry’s leading luxury travel network, from May 15 to 21, 2023. This event brings together more than 400 local and international delegates annually for four days to meet and discuss the sector, while discovering the host destination. “Our destination is a natural choice thanks to its diversified offer of luxurious and authentic experiences, its rich cultural scene, its renowned gastronomy, its world-class facilities and its…

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  • Tourisme Montréal celebrates 100 years

    Press Release Tourisme Montréal kicked off its 100th anniversary celebrations this morning. The organization was founded on October 8, 1919 by the Automobile Club of Canada with support from a handful of key players in the local economy. Since then, Tourisme Montréal has had the privilege of witnessing the major events that pushed the city onto the world stage, including Expo 1967, the 1976 Summer Olympic Games and the creation of the Grand Prix du Canada. “We want to capitalize on Tourisme Montréal’s centennial year…

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