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Dear SDC Vieux-Montréal Member,

This section is for you!

It provides all the information you need for the services offered to you, along with lots of useful links for your business needs in Old Montréal.

Please contact our team if you need any more information: info@sdcvieuxmontreal.com  / 514-732-8685

 




THE TERRITORY OF SDC VIEUX-MONTRÉAL

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The territory covered by Société de développement commercial du Vieux-Montréal (Old Montreal business development corporation) expanded significantly in 2014.

The territory is now bounded on the east by St-Hubert street, on the west by Duke street, on the south by de la Commune street and on the North by St-Antoine.

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THE MEMBERS

The territory is home to over 2,000 members, some 500 of whom are retailers and 1,500 run business offices. Any establishment setting up shop within the limits of this territory is automatically a member of the SDC Vieux-Montréal.

SDC MEMBERSHIP FEE

The membership fee is compulsory for all members. Members must be fully paid up in order to be entitled to vote in corporation meetings. The contribution is collected by the City of Montreal and entirely remitted to the board of directors of each of the corporations. With some rare exceptions, it is subject to both the GST and the QST.

For purposes of this assessment, the accounts are forwarded early in the new year to whatever occupant is running the establishment as at January 1st. Any business closing its doors on SDC territory in the course of a calendar year will not be reimbursed for its contribution, either partially or totally.

When it comes to settling the payment, if the contribution is below $300, occupants must settle their accounts in a single payment. If it is $300 or more, the payment can be settled in two instalments.

Calculating your SDC contribution

Payment methods and other information

RESOURCES & SERVICES

SPVM

514-280-0421

* Direct number to reach Old Montréal on foot patrollers : 514-409-5121

Accueil Bonneau

514-245-2292

* To report the disturbing presence of a homeless person in your neighbourhood, you may call a worker from Accueil Bonneau at that number.

CONSULTING SERVICE AND TRAINING WORKSHOPS

Conference on Old Montreal’s future

  • Discussions and dialogue with various stakeholders regarding Old Montreal issues and its future

Détail & Formation (Details & Training)

CEIM: Centre d’entreprises et d’innovation de Montréal (business and innovation centre)

CQCD: Conseil québécois du commerce de détail (Quebec retail business council)

CRUISE ARRIVALS - INFO

Cruise schedule

Cruise schedule 2017

Study on niche cruise in Montreal

Read the research

Special Deals for Passengers 

  • Take a look : HERE

Passenger Profiles

Contact
Nathalie Gaudet, Project Manager – Cruise Committee : nathalie@comitecroisieresmontreal.com  // Tel : 514-374-6103

Partners of the Montréal Cruise Committee

  1. Tourism Montreal
  2. Port of Montreal
  3. Vieux-Montréal SDC
  4. Old Port of Montreal
  5. Aéroports de Montréal
  6. Hotel Association of Greater Montreal
  7. Ville de Montréal
  8. Quebec Original
  9. Cruise the Saint-Lawrence
  10. Tourisme Québec

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