QUEBEC CITY / MONTREAL:

1134, Grande Allée Ouest
Bureau 200
Québec (Québec) Canada
G1S 1E5

Tel: (418) 524-8093
Toll Free Number:
US / CDN (877) 724-8093
Fax: (418) 681-8112

gary@forumdmc.com


TORONTO:

25, Kingsbridge
Garden Circle suite 2811
Mississauga, ON
L5R 4B1
Tel: (877) 724-8093
Fax: (289) 232-7365

gary@forumdmc.com

Destinations

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  • Québec City
  • Charlevoix
  • Montréal
  • Mount Tremblant
  • Ottawa
  • Toronto

Québec not only ranks as one of the most popular city in the world, it is also the only North American city to figure on UNESCO's heritage list. In Québec, you can enjoy all the advantages of a large urban centre while delighting in splendid natural surroundings.

Québec is known for its green spaces and for its clean and safe environment. It also has the best infrastructure for welcoming and entertaining tourists, and is considered a choice destination "par excellence".

Situated at the heart of the Canadian Shield, between the prestigious Laurentian Mountains and the majestic St. Lawrence River, Charlevoix offers all the required facilities ... art, culture and nature included!

 

 

 

Montréal is the metropolis of Québec, and its cultural pluralism never ceases to amaze. It is an island surrounded by the majestic St. Lawrence River, built around a mountain and green open spaces. Its many hotels and convention centres offer you more than a complete range of services.

 

 

 

Mount Tremblant is situated in the Laurentians, North of Montréal, approximately one hour away. You can escape to the heart of one of the most beautiful gifts provided by Mother Nature.

 

 

 

As the capital of Canada, Ottawa is the home of the most prestigious government buildings in the country as well as several other national treasures. Bordered by the Rideau Canal, Ottawa offer you the infrastructure of a large city built with respect for the natural elements that surround it.

 

 

 

Toronto is Canada's largest city. Toronto's southern edge borders on Lake Ontario,  stretching north for a couple of miles, Yonge Street is the main thoroughfare, filled with stores of all varieties. the downtown is where everything happens.  The CN Tower, Skydome, Union Station, and the Air Canada Centre are all close to the Lakeshore. Toronto is a great sports town, as the Maple Leafs of the NHL, the Blue Jays of the MLB as well as the Raptors in NBA. Toronto is a great city to live and work in, or just to visit.