Montreal is the biggest city in the province of Quebec and the second most populated in Canada. Located on the island of the same name, between the Saint Lawrence River and the Rivière des Prairies. It is one of North America's leading industrial, commercial, and cultural centers.
Montreal is the fourth largest French-speaking city in the world, behind Paris, Kinshasa, and Abiyán.
Montreal is one of the most important cultural centers in Canada, given that it hosts a variety of national and international events, including the Just for Laughs festival—one of the top comedic festivals in the world—, the Montreal Jazz Festival—one of the biggest in the world—, and the Montreal Grand Prix.
The city, in total, hosts more than seventy international events a year.
The population of Montreal is among the best educated in the world, possessing the highest concentration of university students per capita in the whole of North America.
Research centers: Institute of Industrial Materials, Center of Applied Research in Polymers, Composites Center of the University of Concordia, and the Montreal School of Engineering (École Polytechnique de Montréal).
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