Detailed hi-res maps of Montreal for download or print
The actual dimensions of the Montreal map are 1067 X 752 pixels, file size (in bytes) - 155626. You can open this downloadable and printable map of Montreal by clicking on the map itself or via this link: Open the map
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Moving around in Canada - transportation
Due to the fact that Canada has a fairly large territory with a difficult terrain, the “Funicular” is quite common. Although one of the oldest means of transportation around the country, it unites the Upper and Lower towns. Initially, this transport was water-powered, but today it is successfully operating by electricity. It should be noted that the funicular is not only a convenient and fast mode of transport, but also provides an excellent opportunity to admire the local beauties from a height. If you are planning long trips, it is best to use air transport. You can reach just about any destination in the country by air. Canada’s major airlines are Air Canada and Canadian Airlines. The cost of flights is however quite high, but regular promotional offers and sales are conducted on air tickets, thus attracting many tourists to the country.
Economy roadmap of Canada
External economic relations have also received significant development since the beginning of the two thousandth. Today, Canada is considered one of the most leading trading nations. In terms of foreign trade turnover, it ranks seventh. Her main economic and trade partner is the United States of America. Annually, there is an exchange of goods and services for the sum of over one and a half billion Canadian dollars between the two States. The service sector accounts for about 70% of the total GDP. In retail trade, is employed more than 10% of the total working population of the state. It is worth noting that in Canada, small commercial establishments have not received much development and most retail outlets are housed together in large shopping centers, including underground ones. Also, the most developed sphere of services is education and health care, as well as business services.