Customize the Montreal Canada map around your business service area, home or other places of interest. This map is developed from Lucidmap’s iconic Canadian street mapping cartography. It is composed at multiple scales, with the maximum print scale- 1:12,500, minimum print scale- 1:37,000, and optimal print scale- 1:25,000. Search for a location on the map, zoom in and out to define the print area. Preview the map after making the final adjustments. You can also add a title, and select from various sizes, orientations, and finishing materials.
The maps coverage includes most of Greater Montreal. The northern coverage limit includes, from east to west, Lavaltrie, Haut l'Assomption, L'Épiphanie, La Plaine, Saint-Janvier, Saint-Augustin, La Fresnière, Saint-Joseph-du-lac, Oka, Husdon and Saint-Polycarpe. The southern coverage limit includes, from east to west, Contrecour, Verchères, Beloeil, Chambly, Saint-Philippe, northern St-Rémi, Mercier and Saint-Louis-de-Gonzague.
Montreal was incorporated as a city in 1832. It was the capital of the Province of Canada from 1844 and 1849. The city was first named ‘Ville Marie’, or ‘City of Many’, but its current name comes from Mount Royal, which is a triple-peaked hill in the heart of the city and the site of Mount Royal Park, one of Montreal's largest green spaces.
It is located in the southwest of the Quebec province and covers most of the Island of Montreal at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers. The city is at the center of the Montreal Metropolitan Community, and is bordered by the city of Laval to the north, Longueuil, Saint-Lambert, Brossard, and other municipalities to the south; Repentigny to the east and the West Island municipalities to the west. The anglophone enclaves of Westmount, Montreal West, Hampstead, Côte Saint-Luc, the Town of Mount Royal and the francophone enclave Montreal East are all surrounded by Montreal.
Landmarks and Important Buildings
Mont-Royal, Vieux-Montréal (Old Montreal), Jardin Botanique (Botanical Garden), Notre-Dame Basilica, Oratoire Saint-Joseph (St. Joseph's Oratory), Parc Jean Drapeau, Musée des Beaux-Arts (Fine Arts Museum), Pointe-à-Callière, Place des Arts, Atwater and Jean Talon Markets, St. Mary Queen of the World, McCord Museum, Square Saint-Louis and Rue Denis, Lachine Canal National Historic Site, Chinatown, etc.
Facts and Figures:
|Area Covered||431.5 km²|
|Latlong Coordinates||45.5017° N, 73.5673° W|
|Nearby Cities/States||Plattsburgh, Mont-Tremblant, Thousand Islands, Ottawa, Saint-Sauveur, Quebec City, North Conway, Portland, etc.|
|Popular Places||Mount Royal, Notre-Dame Basilica, Montreal Biodome, Montreal Botanical Garden, Old Port of Montreal, Old Montreal, Saint Joseph's Oratory, Montreal Olympic Stadium, Mount Royal Park, Old Port of Montreal, etc.|
|Economy||Montreal has the second - largest economy of Canadian cities based on GDP and the largest in Quebec. In 2014, Metropolitan Montreal was responsible for C$118.7 billion of Quebec's C$340.7 billion GDP. The city is an important center of commerce, finance, industry, technology, culture, and world affairs. Other important industries include aerospace, electronic goods, pharmaceuticals, printed goods, software engineering, telecommunications, textile and apparel manufacturing, tobacco, petrochemicals, and transportation. It is also a center of film and television production. The service sector is also strong and includes civil, mechanical and process engineering, finance, higher education, and research and development. It plays an important role in the finance industry. The sector employs approximately 100,000 people in the Greater Montreal Area In 2002, Montreal was the fourth-largest center in North America in terms of aerospace jobs. The Port of Montreal is one of the largest inland ports in the world handling 26 million tonnes of cargo annually.|
|POD Size||36 x 48 in|