800 René-Lévesque Blvd. West
1 866 607-6301
There are also lots of postal outlets which are located within other businesses, like pharmacies.
Access (free) to wireless internet
Consult the network map of free wifi public access areas.
Making a comment or conveying dissatisfaction
If you wish to comment on or are dissatisfied with the tourism services you received in Québec, please contact: Alliance de l’industrie touristique du Québec
1 877 686-8358 | email@example.com
Canadian currency is the Canadian dollar, which is divided into 100 cents. There are 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 dollar bills. Smaller coins are 5, 10, and 25 cent pieces as well as of 1 and 2 dollars. Banking and credit cards are also welcome almost everywhere.
There are two applicable taxes in Québec: a federal Goods and Services Tax (GST) of 5% and a Québec provincial tax (TVQ) of 9.975%. A 3.5% accommodation tax is also in effect in Montréal.
It is customary to tip restaurant waiters, taxi drivers and hairdressers 15% of the bill, before taxes. Bellhops, porters, doormen, etc. generally receive at least $2 per suitcase or per service rendered. Coffee and food counters often have a tip cup next to the cash register; spare change is always appreciated.
In case of emergency: 911
Québec Poison Control Centre: 1 800 463-5060
About cannabis in Montréal
Recreational cannabis is legal across Canada—which means visitors to Montréal of 21 years of age and older can legally buy and consume it. However, while cannabis is legal, visitors need to be aware of the laws governing its purchase and consumption.