French authorities surrender the city of Montreal to the British after the Articles of Capitulation was signed in 1760.
Political protests from Tories led to the burning of the Parliament Buildings in Montreal in 1849.
Habitat 67 is a model community and housing complex developed for Expo 67 World Fair.
A view of Downtown Montreal from Mont Royal. Many neighbourhoods, including downtown, are located in the borough of Ville-Marie.
Place Jacques-Cartier is a major public square and attraction in Old Montreal.
The Port of Montreal is one of the largest inland ports in the world, handling over 26 million tonnes of cargo annually.
Montreal Fireworks Festival is the worlds largest annual fireworks festival. The city hosts a number of festivals annually.
View of the Notre-Dame Basilica from Place dArmes. The number of churches in Montreal led it to be called
Opened in 1996, the Bell Centre is a sports and entertainment complex, and also serves as the home arena for the Montreal Canadiens.
Completed in 1878, Montreal City Hall is the seat of local government.