First-Rate Event Security Starts with a Seamless Plan

For event planners, it goes without saying that creating a memorable guest experience is a critical aspect of the job. But what about those “behind-the-scenes” components delegates can’t see or taste? While crisp acoustics and scrumptious cuisine, prominent guest speakers … Continue reading

Canada’s most innovative hotel opens its doors in downtown Montréal

A stone’s throw from Palais des congrès, Hôtel Monville is the first in the country to use a delivery robot for room service Since March 15, 2018, Montréal has been offering visitors an incomparable experience with the official opening of the Hôtel Monville, the … Continue reading

Montréal to host world-class pharmaceutical sciences conference

The International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP), which is currently holding its 6th FIP Pharmaceutical Sciences World Congress in Stockholm, Sweden, recently announced that Montréal and the Palais des congrès have been selected to host the 7th FIP Pharmaceutical Sciences World Congress … Continue reading

The Palais des congrès and Fonds de recherche du Québec focus on promoting the scientific community and international conventions

Raymond Larivée, President and CEO of the Palais des congrès de Montréal, Rémi Quirion, Québec’s Chief Scientist, Dr. Pavel Hamet, President of the Ambassadors Club, and Hany Moustapha, Vice-President of the Ambassadors Club, at the signing of the partnership agreement. … Continue reading

Palais des congrès getting ready to host World Cancer Congress

Plans are actively underway at the Palais des congrès de Montréal as it prepares to host the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) World Cancer Congress, being held for the first time in Canada from August 27 to 30, 2012. The event, which was secured with the collaboration of Tourisme Montréal, will attract 3,000 cancer prevention and treatment experts from 120 countries to Montréal under the theme Connecting for Global Impact. It is estimated the World Cancer Congress will generate over $5 million for the city’s economy. Continue reading