Emerging from Rendez-vous 2012, Montréal — Cultural Metropolis last November at La TOHU, the Steering Committee felt (more than ever) engaged and determined in a spirit of mutual exchange.
The year just ended was another step toward the culmination of the 2007-2017 Action Plan — Montréal, Cultural Metropolis. It once again demonstrated how people in the cultural and business sectors can support one another, while enriching and strengthening their common commitments arising from Rendez-vous. And in their doing so, Montréal is bound to reach its full potential.
Each of the achievements portrayed in this edition of At a Glance is an example of the cultural diversity, the abundance and vitality that forms the basis of a cultural metropolis. Montréal shines in all these facets: creative, accessible, talented, organized and radiant…
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Montréal, Cultural Metropolis
Montréal, Cultural Metropolis is bringing together representatives of the
governments of Canada and Québec, Ville de Montréal, the Board of Trade of
Metropolitan Montréal and Culture Montréal.
At the first Rendez-Vous – Montréal, Cultural Metropolis, back in 2007, the
cultural and business communities, together with partners, agreed upon a 10-year
action plan aimed at launching Montréal as a world-class cultural metropolis.
The priorities identified include giving residents' greater access to
culture, investments in cultural infrastructures, funding artistic organizations
and promoting recognition of Montréal in Québec, elsewhere in Canada and outside