Libre Graphics Meeting 2007Montréal, Québec, Canada 4-6 May – École Polytechnique de Montréal

The Conference


Montréal is truly an international city. There are many ways to get to Montréal. The city is served by an airport 20 minutes from downtown with non-stop or one-stop flights from almost every major city in the world. There is also easy access via major highways from the US and other Canadian provinces. As we wish to make this a "Carbon Neutral" even we encourage the use of public transport where possible.


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By Air

Montréal-Trudeau International Airport YUL (previously known as Montréal-Dorval) Montréal-Trudeau Check here for airlines serving Montréal


Bus Terminus : Station centrale d'autobus Montréal, downtown Montréal, 505 boul. de Maisonneuve Est, Montréal Phone : +1 514 842-2281. The terminus is connected to metro Berri-UQAM.


Gare centrale (Central Train Station) 895, de la Gauchetière ouest, Montréal. The Gare centrale is located downtown near metro Bonaventure and metro McGill.


Many autoroutes (highways) lead to Montréal. From Maine, Vermont, New York, Ontario, the Maritimes, access to the city are numerous. Coming from the south, you'll want to connect to "Autoroute 15", coming from East or West, you'll want to connect to either one of "Autoroute 10, 20, 30, 40 or 50".

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