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Second city in Canada, largest city of the province of Quebec, Montreal was originally called Ville-Marie or City of Mary. But takes its present-day name from Mont Royal, a prominence with no fewer than three peaks which makes up the ground underfoot at the heart of the city. A French explorer set up a fur trading post here in 1611 and the French influence continues: among the daily papers, the Montreal gazette is written in English but La Presse, Le Journale de Montréal and Le Devoir are all French. The city is also Canada’s home for French language radio, theatre, cinema and print. But, just to keep things fair, among the city’s four universities, two are Anglophone and two are francophone.
Sending parcels to Montreal is a simple enough task once you hit upon one key decision - which we have arrived at after years of extensive experience on our way to becoming the biggest UK online parcel delivery company. And the principal choice you have to make is to send your parcel to Montreal in the safe and capable hands of a courier to Montreal - nothing less will do, so don’t even be tempted by the merest whiff of a suggestion that you use the plain and ordinary old post office instead.
Mind you, it’s a resolution which can be hard to stick to if you ever attempt to deal direct with the likes of TNT, FedEx and Parcelforce (all of whom we thoroughly recommend). There’s is an arcane world of complicated lingo and complex tariffs and mysterious service exemptions, and a lay person can easily become lost and confused. So much so that we’ve made it our business to hack away at all that word jungle to leave you with some extremely simple choices to make. That way, your parcel to delivery will be to your utmost satisfaction. As will the price which, thanks to our ferocious pursuit of the competitive angle stands every chance of actually being cheaper than you could get if you actually managed to deal with the couriers direct.
When you send a parcel to Montreal which is, after all, a very long way away, you don’t want it to be sent straight back, so if you have any suspicion that the contents might be prohibited, do double-check. And don’t forget the postcode, a familiar six-position blend of letters and numbers.

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