You can find on this page the Montreal map to print and to download in PDF. The Montreal offline map presents the city center and the location in world map of Montreal in Quebec - Canada.
Montreal was the next Canadian city in the annual index behind nexus city Toronto in 12th place and ahead of fellow hub cities Calgary, Quebec City, Vancouver and Edmonton (see Montreal city map).

Montreal map

Map of Montreal city

The Montreal map shows the detailed map and a large map of Montreal. This map of Montreal will allow you to orient yourself in Montreal in Quebec - Canada. The Montreal map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

According to Statistics Canada, at the 2006 Canadian census the city of Montreal proper had 1,620,693 inhabitants. A total of 3,635,571 lived in the Montreal Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) at the same 2006 census, up from 3,451,027 at the 2001 census (within 2006 CMA boundaries), which means a population growth of +1.05% per year between 2001 and 2006 as you can see in Montreal map. In the 2006 census, children under 14 years of age (621,695) constituted 17.1%, while inhabitants over 65 years of age (495,685) numbered 13.6% of the total population. People of European ethnicities formed the largest cluster of ethnic groups in Montreal. The largest reported European ethnicities in Montreal according to the 2006 census were French 23%, Italians 10%, Irish 5%, English 4%, Scottish 3%, and Spanish 2%. Some 26% of the population of Montreal and 16.5% that of Greater Montreal, are members of a visible minority (non-white) group, up from 5.2% in 1981. The most numerous minorities are Blacks (4.7%), Arabs (2.8%), Latin Americans (2.1%), South Asians (2%), and Chinese (2%).

Montreal has the second-largest economy among Canadian cities based on GDP and the largest in Quebec as its shown in Montreal map. The city is today an important centre of commerce, finance, industry, technology, culture, world affairs and is the headquarters of the Montreal Exchange. Montreal industries include aerospace, electronic goods, pharmaceuticals, printed goods, software engineering, telecommunications, textile and apparel manufacturing, tobacco and transportation. The service sector is also strong and includes civil, mechanical and process engineering, finance, higher education, and research and development. In 2002, Montreal ranked as the 4th largest centre in North America in terms of aerospace jobs. The headquarters of the Canadian Space Agency is located in Longueuil, southeast of Montreal.

Montreal was referred to as "Canada Cultural Capital" by Monocle magazine as its mentioned in Montreal map. The city is Canada centre for French language television productions, radio, theatre, film, multimedia and print publishing. Montreal many cultural communities have given it a distinct local culture. As a North American city, Montreal shares many cultural characteristics with the rest of the continent. It has a tradition of producing both jazz and rock music. The city has also produced much talent in the fields of visual arts, theatre, music, and dance. Yet, being at the confluence of the French and the English traditions, Montreal has developed a unique and distinguished cultural face. Another distinctive characteristic of Montreal culture life is to be found in the animation of its downtown, particularly during summer, prompted by cultural and social events, particularly festivals.

Montreal downtown map

Map of downtown Montreal

The map of downtown Montreal shows the historical center of Montreal. This downtown map of Montreal will allow you to easily plan your visit in the center of Montreal in Quebec - Canada. The Montreal downtown map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Downtown Montreal is the central business district of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is nearly enitirely located at the southern most slope of Mount Royal (A central public park as well as a tourist attraction) and is approximately bounded by Sherbrooke Street to the north, Papineau Avenue to the east, Guy Street or until Shaughnessy Village to the west, and the Ville-Marie Expressway to the south all in direct latitude towards the Saint Lawrence River as you can see in Montreal downtown map. The downtown region, as expected houses many regional, provincial and national corporate headqaurters as well a large majority of the city skyscrapers - which, by law, cannot be greater in height than Mount Royal in order to preserve the aesthetic predominance and intimidation factor of the mountain. The two tallest of these are the 1000 de La Gauchetière and 1250 René-Lévesque , both of which were built in 1992. The Tour de la Bourse is also a significant high-rise and is home to the Montreal Exchange that trades in derivatives

Place Ville-Marie as its shown in Montreal downtown map, an IM Pei -designed cruciform office tower built in 1962, sits atop an underground shopping mall that forms the nexus of Montreal underground city, the world largest, with indoor access to over 1,600 shops, restaurants, offices, businesses, museums and universities, as well as metro stations, train stations, bus terminals, and tunnels extending all over downtown. The central axis for downtown is Saint Catherine Street , Canada busiest commercial avenue. The area includes high end retail such as the Holt Renfrew and Ogilvy department stores as well as Les Cours Mont-Royalshopping center. Other major streets include Sherbrooke Street, Peel, de la Montagne, de Maisonneuve and Crescent. The skyline may be observed from one of two lookouts on Mount Royal. The lookout at the Belvedere takes in downtown, the river, and the Monteregian Hills.

On clear days the Adirondack Mountains of Upstate New York are visible, as are the Green Mountains of Vermont as its mentioned in Montreal downtown map. The eastern lookout has a view of The Plateau neighborhood, Olympic Stadium and beyond. Montreal is known for its contrast between old and new architecture. The Tour KPMG (a 146 m or 479 ft tall building) and the aforementioned 1000 De La Gauchetière are located adjacent to an Anglican and Roman Catholic cathedral respectively. Downtown Montreal is also home to the main campuses of McGill University and UQAM and a campus of Concordia University. Municipally, the downtown area is part of the Borough of Ville-Marie. Universities: Concordia University, Superior Technology School, Mcgill university, University of Quebec in Montreal, University of Montreal.

Montreal Quebec - Canada map

Map of Montreal Quebec - Canada

Montreal on Quebec - Canada map shows the location of the city of Montreal on the Quebec - Canada map. This map of Montreal in Quebec - Canada will allow you to easily plan your travel in Montreal in Quebec - Canada. Montreal on map of Quebec - Canada is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Montreal (Listeni/ˌmʌntriːˈɒl/; French: Montréal; pronounced [mɔ̃ʁeal]) is a city in Canada. It is the largest city in the province of Quebec, the second-largest city in Canada and the fifteenth largest in North America as you can see in Montreal Quebec - Canada map. As of May 10, 2011, Statistics Canada identifies Montreal Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) (land area 4,259 square kilometres (1,644 sq mi)) as Canada second most populous with an estimated metropolitan area population of 3,824,221 and a population of 1,886,481 in the urban agglomeration of Montreal, which includes all of the municipalities on the Island of Montreal. For over a century and a half, Montreal was the industrial and financial centre of Canada. The variety of buildings included factories, elevators, warehouses, mills, and refineries which today provide a legacy of historic and architectural interest, especially in the downtown area and the Old Port area. There are 50 National Historic Sites of Canada in Montreal, more than any other city in Canada.

The Plateau Mont-Royal borough has historically been a working-class francophone area as its shown in Montreal Quebec - Canada map. The largest neighbourhood is the Plateau (not to be confused with the whole borough), which is currently undergoing considerable gentrification, and a 2001 study deemed it as Canada most creative neighbourhood because 8% of its labour force is composed of artists. The riverside area adjacent to Old Montreal is known as the Old Port. The Old Port was the former site of the worldwide Port of Montreal, but its shipping operations have been moved further east to its current larger site, leaving the former location as a recreational and historical area maintained by Parks Canada. The new Port of Montreal is now Canada largest container port and the largest inland port on Earth.

The Greater Montreal Area is predominantly Roman Catholic; however, weekly attendance in Quebec is among the lowest in Canada as its mentioned in Montreal Quebec - Canada map. Historically Montreal has been a centre of Catholicism in North America with its numerous seminaries and churches, including the Notre-Dame Basilica, the Cathédrale Marie-Reine-du-Monde, and Saint Joseph Oratory. Some 84.6% of the total population is Christian, largely Roman Catholic (74.5%), primarily due to descendants of original French settlers, and others of Italian and Irish origins. Protestants which include Anglican, United Church of Canada, Lutheran, owing to British and German immigration, and other denominations number 7.0%, with a further 3.0% consisting mostly of Orthodox Christians, fuelled by a large Greek population. There are also a number of Russian Orthodox parishes. Islam is the largest non-Christian religious group, with 100,185 members, the second-largest concentration of Muslims in Canada.

Montreal on world map

Map of Montreal in world

Montreal on world map shows the location of the city of Montreal in the world. Montreal on world map will allow you to easily know where is Montreal in the world. The Montreal in world map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

French is the city official language and is also the language spoken at home by 60.5% of the population in the city of Montréal proper, followed by English at 21.2% and 23.4% other languages (as of 2006 census) as you can see in Montreal on world map. In the larger Montreal Census Metropolitan Area, 70.5% of the population speaks French at home, compared to 18.5% who speak English. 56% of the population is able to speak both English and French. Montreal is the third largest French-speaking city in the world after Paris and Kinshasa. Montreal had a GDP of C$145 billion (US$148 billion) in 2008, placing it 41st city in the world. The city largest festival is the Just for Laughs comedy festival, which is the largest in the world of its kind.

Montreal is consistently rated as one of the world most livable cities, was called "Canada Cultural Capital" by Monocle Magazine and recently was named a Unesco City of Design as its shown in Montreal on world map. Though historically the commercial capital of Canada, it was surpassed in population, as well as economic strength, by Toronto after 1976. Today it continues as an important centre of commerce, aerospace, finance, pharmaceuticals, technology, design, culture, tourism, film and world affairs. In 2006 Montreal was named a Unesco City of Design, only one of three design capitals of the world (with the others being Berlin and Buenos Aires). This distinguished title recognizes Montreal design community. Since 2005 the city has been home for the International Council of Graphic Design Associations (Icograda); the International Design Alliance (IDA).

The Port of Montreal is the largest inland port in the world handling 26 million tonnes of cargo annually as its mentioned in Montreal on world map. The headquarters of the Canadian Space Agency is located in Longueuil, southeast of Montreal. Montreal also hosts the headquarters of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO, a United Nations body); the World Anti-Doping Agency (an Olympic body); the Airports Council International (the association of the world airports – ACI World); the International Air Transport Association (IATA), IATA Operational Safety Audit and the International Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (IGLCC), as well as some other international organizations in various fields. The city is also home to many recognized cultural, film and music festivals (Just For Laughs, Just For Laughs Gags, Montreal International Jazz Festival, Montreal World Film Festival, and others), which contribute significantly to its economy. It is also home to one of the world's largest cultural enterprises, the Cirque du Soleil.