The Town of Mont Royal is an affluent suburb of Montreal, located on the northwest side of Mont Royal and north of downtown Montreal. Originally founded in 1912 on the initiative of the Canadian Northern Railway, today Mont Royal has a population of approximately 20,000 and covers a surface area of 7.4 square km. French and English are both widely spoken in the areal, making it an attractive place for Francophones and Anglophones alike.
Cosmopolitan Montreal is a cultural kaleidoscope that combines French-Canadian joie de vivre, European charm, North American innovation, and the influence of over 80 ethnic communities into one of the most fascinating urban cultures in the world. Deemed "Canada's Cultural Capital" by Monocle Magazine (2007) and named a UNESCO City of Design, Montreal’s energy comes alive in its unique neighbourhoods and in a real estate market that has captured attention and investment locally, nationally and internationally.