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Montreal is set on an island in the St. Lawrence River where the French and English cultures meet. It has an extremely attractive city centre, ideal for walking. Old Montreal has the largest number of 17-19th century buildings in North America.
Montreal is famous for its dual culture, with live theatre and concerts in both languages. It is also a highly diverse, multicultural city. You will find a wide range of excellent restaurants, with cuisine form all parts of the world.
Montreal has four quite distinct seasons. Each season provides a wealth of outdoor activities. The countryside around Montreal is well-known for the changing of leaves in the fall. Int he winter, you can go skiing and skating. In the warmer months, you can walk, hike, cycle, swim, sail, golf, and play tennis.
Montreal's underground city, which was started in the 1960's, provides access to 11,700 boutiques, major department stores, restaurants, theatres, and cinemas--all without ever stepping outdoors! Metro stops are located throughout the underground city.
IALC (International Assoc. Language Centers)
CAPLS ACELP (Canadian Assoc. of Private Language Schools)
NAFSA (Assoc. of International Educators)
AATF (American Assoc. of Teachers of French)
certified by Emploi-Quebec
Portuguese 12%; Spanish 25%; Chinese 1%; English 4%; French 3%; German 22%; Italian 2%; Japanese 16%; Korean 12%; other 3%
Montreal is a big city and long trips to work or school are common.