Montreal Kits with all kinds of "things" about the many aspects that characterize Montreal and Montrealers. A Montréal Kits also about the 60,000 or so companies established on the Island of Montreal, including our retail businesses.
A series of Montreal Kits related to each of our M Kit, M for Montréal, M for Montrealers and Kits for all the local knowledge and insights we wish to share with you. A set of Kits with interesting facts, valuable information and several clues about Montreal and Montrealers.
A Kit is a "set of things" needed for different reasons while our Montreal Kits is a "set of information" about the many aspects that characterize Montreal and Montrealers.
A Montréal BUSINESS Kit about each of our 60,000 or so companies established on the Island of Montreal. Businesses that play an important role in our economic efficiency and growth.
A Montréal CLUB Kit where all our "club members" are gathered. Members such as you, our visitors who subscribe to our newsletters and who participate on our social media.
A Montréal GLOBAL Kit related to the increasing importance of international trade and to the valuable benefits it brings to Montreal and Montrealers.
A Montréal ISLAND Kit about the Island of Montreal with its City of Montreal, its 19 boroughs, as well as its 15 Cities, Towns, one Ville and one Village.
Montreal Professionals Kit
A Montréal PROFESSIONALS Kit about the professional duties of 46 professional orders and 54 regulated professions. Orders to protect the public and Associations to protect their members.
Montreal Shopping Kit
A Montréal SHOPPING Kit about our local products and services. A colorful and diversified drop shipping kit where local products are described, then sold, then shipped by local companies.
A Montréal TOURISM Kit related to a better understanding of our cultural, geographical and historical aspects. Many different tourism types for you to discover and appreciate.
An easy to use Montréal URBAN Kit with many different information about our metropolitan surroundings. A series of practical explanations about many of our local characteristics.
The Algonquin referred to themselves as the "down-river-people",
They migrated from the Atlantic coast down the Gulf of St-Lawrence, arrived at what they called "the first meeting place" near Montreal and settled on both sides of the Ottawa River.
In Mohawk, an Iroquoian language, our Island is "where the axes are made" around the Island of Montreal or "broken in two" rivers, the St-Lawrence River - called the "chemin qui marche" by the Algonquins - and the Ottawa River.
We created our series of Montreal Kits in a similar manner. Our Kits are "the place where the axes are made and broken" around Montreal and Montrealers.
Thank you for visiting Montreal Kits by Rachel Louise Barry