of everyday products are transported by ship
That’s right! The Port of Montreal is part of your daily routine—in more ways than you think.
tonnes of sugar
The next time you taste some sugar in your morning coffee or that pie from the local bakery, remember that the Port imports, processes and distributes more than 550,000 tonnes of it each year.
tonnes of medical products for your health
Medications, masks, vitamins: every year, we ship a huge pharmacy through the Port!

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Local heroes

Hundreds of local businesses work with the Port of Montreal every day to connect the public with their favourite products and services. But who is behind this colossal task? Meet some of our partners here.

AVANAA Chocolate

Catherine Goulet’s innovative approach to chocolate supports the local economy by helping cocoa farmers thousands of miles away.

Daniel Olivier on innovation

Our Director of Business intelligence and Innovation, Daniel Olivier, lays out the technological modernization plan intended to make the Port more efficient and sustainable.

The couple behind Épices de cru

Spice enthusiasts Ethné and Philippe de Vienne have been delighting Montrealers with flavours from around the world for over 30 years.

Summer at the Port

The wait is over! Art, culture and other attractions await the whole family for an unforgettable close-to-home experience. Discover what the Port and its partners have in store!

Village au Pied-du-Courant

Our partner Village au Pied-du-Courant welcomes visitors—sandy toes and all—for its 8th consecutive year. Feel the beat of the St. Lawrence River with our jam-packed schedule of music and cultural events.

Divina Dali exhibition

Starting on July 16 at the Port of Montreal's Grand Quay, fall under the spell of Dante’s literary universe through the surrealism of Salvador Dalí in this live performance and exhibition.

Commencement Square

Discover a vast waterfront field at the Grand Quay where Montrealers and tourists alike can experience the St. Lawrence.

AML Cruises

Weigh anchor for a fabulous cruise with breathtaking views of Montreal, the St. Lawrence River and its shores! Available this summer: dinner cruises, guided cruises and brunch cruises.

Kiosque de la Pointe

An urban beach, a public terrace, slides, children's games and outdoor music? Come to visit our partner the Kiosque de la Pointe to discover a new festive and friendly space located on the Place du Village.

Historical cruises: A district and its Port

Discover the maritime and port history of Montreal's East End with these historical cruises organized by the Atelier d'histoire de Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve in partnership with Narvak. To reserve, click on the date :