Frequently Asked Questions

The annual gathering of the Montréal community for the climate transition

Frequently Asked Questions

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General information

Launched by the Foundation of Greater Montréal and the Trottier Family Foundation, the Montréal Climate Partnership (MCP) is an independent initiative bringing together nearly a hundred economic, nonprofit, philanthropic and institutional organizations. Its objective is to mobilize key players in the Montréal community to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 55% by 2030 and put the city on the path to carbon net-zero by 2050.

The initiative is funded by the Foundation of Greater Montréal, the Trottier Family Foundation, the McConnell Foundation and the City of Montréal.

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The Montréal Climate Summit is the annual gathering of the Montréal community for the climate transition.

It is a milestone event where public authorities and society’s key stakeholders highlight solutions, measure collective progress and share successes and challenges in their work to speed up the city’s climate transition.

Each year, the Summit invites leaders from the business, philanthropic, political, union, grassroots and environmental communities, as well as students and citizens of every stripe, to gather and rally around concrete measures. It’s also the premier platform for making announcements and commitments to doing more, better and faster for the climate.

The Summit’s funding partners are listed here.

Interested in becoming a Montréal Climate Summit partner?

Please contact Allison Reynaud

The Grand Quay of the Port of Montreal is located in the Old Port of Montréal

200 De la Commune Street West, Montréal :

The Grand Quay is easily accessible by active and public transportation. Visit the
STM website to plan your trip.

Public transportation:
Metro Place-d’Armes, then about a 12-minute walk
Metro Berri-UQAM, then Bus 715 Ouest.
Bus: 715, 61, 35

Bicycle: Lachine Canal multipurpose path. Bike racks will be available on-site.

Pay parking is available on-site.


The Climate Summit brings together stakeholders from the institutional, economic, union, nonprofit and philanthropic spheres, including leaders and senior executives from the city’s various sectors of activity.

No. The Climate Summit is open to all.

Unfortunately, no.

The Montréal Climate Summit is a paid event. Reduced rates are available for students and NPOs.


Tickets are available on the website ( No tickets are sold on-site.

Consult our terms and conditions.

Tickets are non-exchangeable. A partial refund (less transaction fees) is available until April 15, 2024 inclusively by writing to No refunds will be issued after April 15, 2024. 

You may transfer your ticket to another person in your organization by changing the name and contact information in your Eventmaker account.

In the spirit of inclusion, we accept requests to attend the Montréal Climate Summit at a reduced rate. Requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis. If you are found to be eligible, we will contact you directly. Please make your request using the form available on the box office website.

The Montréal Climate Summit program is available here.

Yes. Participants who opt for a meal on the registration form will receive a vegetarian lunch. Snacks will be available throughout the day.

Please let us know about your dietary preferences and restrictions when you
register on Eventmaker. Preferences can be modified until April 18, 2024.

Note that our caterer cannot guarantee any changes made after that date.

Details about attending the Summit

Yes. The Grand Quay of the Port of Montreal is universally accessible.

Yes. Note that professional photographers will also be on site. 


The Montréal Climate Summit takes place mostly in French. Simultaneous interpretation will only be provided in the two large conference rooms. It will not be offered in the workshops.

Yes. “The Grand Quay is exclusively served by Telus Wi-Fi public hotspots.

This network supports up to 800 simultaneous connections on the Grand Quay site. To connect to this free service, you must register by entering your email address and accepting the terms and conditions. Unregistered users will be disconnected after 10 minutes.” Workspaces and charging stations will also be available.

You can change your selections by logging into your Eventmaker profile.

Note that places are limited for all events.

KeepTrack will help you make the most out of the Montréal Climate Summit. With this free application, you can consult the program, make changes to your events, view the site map and much more! Download it for free for Android or IOS.

Braindate is a guided networking platform that empowers you to form valuable connections at the Summit by planning meetings with event participants and exhibitors. A few days before the event, you will receive an email to create your account and start planning your meetings.

Other information

Workshops will not be filmed. Refer to each event’s description to find out whether any content or PowerPoint presentations will be available after the Summit. The Summit Proceedings will be published in fall 2024.


  • 100% vegetarian menu served in reusable containers
  • Open and responsible homegrown suppliers using primarily locally sourced products
  • Donation of leftover food
  • Waste sorting and weighing
  • Carbon offsets
  • Recyclable printed material reduced to the absolute minimum
  • Promotion of public transport; awareness-raising survey on modes of transportation used to get to the Summit.

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Yes. You’ll find the free, supervised coat check near the entrance.

We comply with the Québec public health department’s recommended measures.

Note that hand sanitizer and masks will be available at the welcome desk.

Minors are welcome on the site until 5 p.m. Note that the cocktail on May 7 is restricted to people over 18.

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Current edition

2024 Montréal Climate Summit

May 7 and 8

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