should be expected in a city this size, with a diverse culture and
language, there are number of daily newspapers, including the Gazette,
Le Devoir, Montreal Matin and the freely distributed Metro. There
are also three alternative weekly's, the Hour, Mirror and Voir.
Montreal has a full complement of radio stations to address the
major market segments. Local television stations provide regional
coverage, while national broadcasters tackle the broader topics.
Of course, cable and satellite stations provide hundreds more channels,
covering every topic imaginable.
Canada is a
one of the leaders in broadband Internet access and you'll find
many hotels, have connectivity. There are a number of Internet cafes
scattered across the city and slowly but surely Internet hot spots
are popping up in cafes, hotels, train stations and restaurants.
6 - CBC Regional Coverage, English, Montreal,
12 - CTV Regional Coverage, English, Montreal, Quebec
- Global Regional Coverage, English, Montreal, Quebec
- Weather, French
Plus - Rock & Pop, French
Saison - Regional, French
Quebec - French
- Weather, English
- Brasserie Internet - 855 Decarie, (514) 744-5345, St-Laurent
- Cafe Planete - 163 Mont Royal West, (514) 844-2233,
Internet des Moulins - Montreal
Internaute - 5825 Sherbrooke E, Montreal
Ground Net Cafe - 3672 St Laurent, Montreal
- Cybermac - 1425 Mackay Street, (514) 287-9100, Downtown
- Inet Cafe - 5164 Queen Mary, (514) 486-5848
- Net 24 - 2157 Mackay
Street, (514) 845-9634, Downtown
- Netopia - 1737 Saint-Denis, (514) 286-5446, Latin Quartier
Spot Providers - Montreal and Regions
The lists change
rapidly so check with each provider to find the spots which are most
useful to you.