As a long-standing partner of the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal, Air Canada is proud of being a Pillar Sponsor and continuing to develop this successful cooperation. Headquartered in Montréal, Air Canada is one of the city's largest employers and plays a strategic role in Montréal's economic development.
Before the pandemic hit the air transport industry, Air Canada was leading broad international expansion efforts, and Montréal had become a strategic pillar of that unprecedented growth. Some 34 new international routes were added between 2012 and 2020, connecting our city directly to major international cities, such as Shanghai, Tokyo, Mexico City and Houston. In spite of the challenges the industry is currently facing, we intend to resume our position on the world stage and to continue making our metropolis shine. Our international network opens Montréal to the world and represents an important economic development tool for businesses that share our vision of becoming global leaders.
Our significant investments in aeronautics, equipment and other services also contribute to making Montréal a world-class aerospace industry hub, in addition to reinforcing our city's status as the world capital of civil aviation, hosting the headquarters of the ICAO and international organizations such as the IATA.
Through our increased collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal, Air Canada is committed to maintaining its contribution toward Montréal's economic growth.
Mike Rousseau, President and Chief Executive Officer
As a long-standing pillar partner of the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montréal, Bell also hosts the International Leaders series.
As Québec and Canada’s top communications company, our goal is to advance how Canadians connect with each other and the world.
Our partnership with the Chamber helps to build ties between our customers, our team and the entire business community. This gives rise to innovative ideas and large-scale projects that benefit society as a whole.
Founded in Montréal 140 years ago, Bell is an economic driver of the Greater Montréal area, has a long tradition of innovation and is committed to the city’s success. Our employees, our customers and our business partners all contribute to Montréal’s economic growth, both locally and internationally. We are grateful for the collaboration and partnership with the Chamber, which allows us to work collectively in order to promote our city.
Karine Moses, Vice Chair, Québec and President, Bell Media Québec
As past president of the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal, I’m pleased that CGI is a partner and assisting with the Chamber’s digital transformation.
Every year, CGI holds face-to-face meetings with over 1,000 clients around the world to develop our Client Global Insights detailing the latest issues and trends in the digital transformation of organizations in all fields. This global survey reveals practices and solutions that we are implementing for the benefit of the Chamber and its members.
CGI’s partnership with the Chamber confirms our commitment to the success of Montréal companies in all sectors and will allow us to play an even more active role in the city’s booming economy.
Serge Godin, Founder and Executive Chairman of the Board
Past President of the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal
For a number of years, the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal has demonstrated exemplary leadership, as the voice of Montreal’s business community both locally and on the world stage.
The Chamber and its members contribute to Montreal’s prosperity and, thanks to the ongoing efforts of the entire business community, the city is recognized for its economic growth and exceptional quality of life.
Hydro-Québec acknowledges the importance of continuing to foster this effervescence and that’s why we are so proud to be a pillar sponsor of the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal.
Our involvement with the Chamber, year after year, clearly demonstrates our firm belief in its positive impact on the city’s economic sustainability and vitality.
Sophie Brochu, President and Chief Executive Officer
For almost a hundred years, Montréal has played an important role in the history and growth of Rio Tinto Aluminium, a global leader in the aluminium industry, our world headquarters being located here. Like the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal, which brings together and stimulates the driving forces of the city’s economy, Rio Tinto participates in the growth of the Greater Montreal and the wellbeing of its community.
Rio Tinto’s contribution to the development of Montreal takes various shapes, ranging from our role as a major employer of nearly 800 highly qualified professionals to our support of various organizations such as Centraide, Alloprof, CHU Sainte-Justine, the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal, Espace pour la vie, Polytechnique, McGill and the YWCA.
Through the collaboration with the Chamber’s other pillar sponsors, we will continue to contribute to the prosperity of Montreal and make a genuine difference. Montreal is a city with a bright future and one we are proud to call home.
Ivan Vella, Chief Executive, Rio Tinto Aluminium