MONTREAL, Nov. 4, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ - Ms. Dominique Anglade, President
and CEO of Montréal International (MI), congratulates the newly-elected
municipal officials in Québec's municipalities—particularly those in
the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal (CMM) territory.
"The time has finally come for the Greater Montréal region to start a
new chapter that will revive the metropolitan area. With this aim in
mind, MI is eager to work with all elected officials in the 82 CMM
municipalities. I would also like to congratulate them on winning the
election," said Ms. Anglade. "You can count on my cooperation and I
invite the new mayors, who will be sitting on the CMM Council and
Executive Committee, to discuss a common vision to make Greater
Montréal even more competitive and prosperous."
As Greater Montréal's investment promotion agency, MI helps to build
wealth in the metropolitan area by attracting, retaining and helping
the expansion of foreign companies and international organizations in
the region, and by supporting their efforts to recruit international
About Montréal International (www.montrealinternational.com)
Created in 1996, Montréal International (MI) is the result of a
private-public partnership. Its mission is to contribute to the
economic development of Greater Montréal and enhance its international
status. Its mandates include attracting foreign direct investments,
international organizations and international strategic workers as well
as promoting the competitive and international environment of Greater
Montréal. Montréal International—a non-profit organization—is funded by
the private sector, the governments of Canada and Québec, the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal (Montréal Metropolitan Community) and the City of Montréal.
Since its creation, Montréal International has helped to attract $9.4
billion in foreign direct investments to Greater Montréal. From these
investments, more than 49,000 jobs have been created or maintained. To
date, MI's activities have also allowed almost half of some 60
international organizations to establish themselves in the city and
attract and retain more than 8,000 international strategic workers.
SOURCE: Montréal International
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