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The Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal

The Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal is proud to announce today a new advertising campaign as part of its “I love working downtown” initiative.

Built around a variety of unifying verbs inspired by the word “downtown,” this campaign seeks to reaffirm the role of downtown as a place to “come,” “get motivated,” “have fun” and “live” together. It is based on slam poetry composed by Montréal artist Antoine Leclerc, who pays tribute to downtown Montréal’s creative and innovative character.

I love working downtown

In the spirit of inclusiveness and participation, the Chamber has introduced "I love working downtown", a platform for relaunching downtown that acts as a catalyst for ambitious initiatives.

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Declaration of commitment

Most workers want to come back, and all the downtown stakeholders support the idea, because it is key to the economic revival of this strategic area for our collective prosperity.

Sign the declaration of commitment

Toolbox

Consult our toolbox to better equip employers to ensure a safe return to the office, highlight private sector initiatives to get workers back downtown.

Access the toolbox

Creative projects

This initiative, launched in March 2021 aims to deploy actions to encourage the return of workers to the downtown core and enhance the area’s attractiveness. eight creative projects selected.

Discover the creative projects

CCMM Surveys

The surveys are designed to find out workers' and employers' perceptions of returning to the office, hybrid working mode, mobility issues, and incentives to consider to enhance the appeal of office work.

Consult the surveys

Impact Study

Chefs and independent restaurateurs in Quebec gastronomy: a lever for the economic relaunch of Montréal and Quebec is an impact study and roadmap for the development of the gastronomy sector in Montréal and Quebec.

Download the study (In French only)

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