1155 Blvd René-Lévesque O, Suite 2500
Montreal, QC H3B 2K4
Mon-Fri 9am – 9pm EST
Sat 1pm – 7pm ESTFree Consultation
Pardon Services Canada’s Montreal office is in Execuspace, located at Peel Street and Rene Levesque Blvd., close to Bell Centre and metro subway network. It serves residents from such locations as Brossard, Cantley, Dollard des Ormeaux, Gatineau, Mercier, Montreal, Pierrefond, St. Bruno, and Wentworth, all of whom have recently obtained record suspensions and US entry waivers.
The human history of Montreal spans some 8,000 years. At the time of European contact, the area was inhabited by the St. Lawrence Iroquoians, a discrete and distinct group of Iroquoian-speaking indigenous people. Jacques Cartier became the first European to reach the area now known as Montreal in 1535 when he entered the village of Hochelega on the Island of Montreal while in search of a passage to India during the Age of Exploration. Montreal was incorporated as a city in 1832. The city’s growth was spurred by the opening of the Lachine Canal and Montreal was the capital of the United Provinces of Canada from 1844 to 1849. Growth continued and by 1860 Montreal was the largest city in British North America and the undisputed economic and cultural centre of Canada.
Several border crossings along the International Boundary between Canada and the United States provide travel to and from Quebec.