Montreal, Canada - city of business · culture · and human scalability · history in its architecture, streets and people

panoramic view of the City of Montreal, showing  River in background, - a Christopher Campese photo

The photos above shows one of the many reasons why people enjoy living in Montreal or want to move to / immigrate to Canada.  This city has a historic cultural dynamism that makes it unique in Canada, its proximity to the business centres of the North Eastern US and the its European connections, give it extra attractiveness as a place to do business.

Photographer Chris Campese notes:  "... [the photo above] taken in May [2006] from Mont Royal and the second [on the top right with the yellow ribbons] from the Old Port.  A bientôt."

See also photo of Montreal's Museum building

  • The population of the Montréal Québec Metropolitan Area in 2001 Census was 3,426,350 an increase from the 1996 population of 3,326,447
  • In the 2011 Canada Census the city of Montreal · Montréal Ville, had a population of 1,649,519 up from 1,620,693 in the 2006 census and up from 1,039,534 in 2001 [with the Province of Québec total of 7,903,001 om 2011 up from 7,546,131 in 2006 and up from 7,237,479 in 2001] and a growth from the 1996 census number of 1,016,376
    [data from Statistics Canada · Statistique Canada 2015.09.26 ]
  • McGill University Library:  Montreal Maps Online
  • Maps of Vieux Montréal · Old Historic District of Montreal online
  • Ríseau des bibliothìques publiques de Montréal - Montreal Public Library
    site only available in French-Français

Museums in Montreal

view of people on lawn in front of Montreal Museum

Sample views / photos of Montreal Canada

Provenance of photo to the left, showing a panoramic view of Montreal with the river in the background is courtesy of Christopher Campese, taken in 2006.  He currently studying linguistics in Montreal and is a generous photos contributor for's Montreal city section.

Contributing travel correspondence & stories welcomes Christopher Campese as a contributor-correspondent to its site content development in Sept. 2006 !

Reference Web Info About Montreal

view of Montreal skyline from a nearby park with  field of yellow flowers by  water - another example of the human amenties of this  French Canada city

(update in process 2017.09.21 )

Canada Immigration to Montreal, Quebec

Do you want help to immigrate to Canada and settle in Montreal?

Mary Keyork, Canada Immigration Lawyer, fluent in English,  French and Armenian with some Spanish

Mary Keyork, LLB, LLM
Immigration, Citizenship and Refugee Lawyer, fluent in English, French and Armenian; also has conversational abilities in Spanish.

Montreal Office
4485 St-Denis,
Suite 212
Montreal, QC,
Canada,  H2J 2L2

Telephone:  514-664-1227
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