What Laval And South Shore Have In Common

Éco Dépôt Céramique tile show rooms in MontrealFor many people, Montreal represents the best of Canada and the best of humanity. Fans of the Canadiens hockey team will attest to the “best of Canada” category.

Montreal has other things going for it, as well.

For instance, the history of Montreal (though not incorporated until 1832) can be traced back to 8,000 years ago. The first European to arrive in the area was Jacques Cartier in 1535. And much of Montreal is actually an island, a part of a 200-island archipelago.

Montreal is the second largest city in Canada. It is truly an international city and many of its residents speak French.

The city has more restaurants per capita than any other city in Canada and is second in North America – behind New York City. Montreal is also one of the few cities in the world with the UNESCO City of Design distinction. Others include Seoul, Kobe, Buenos Aires, Shanghai, Berlin, and Beijing.

Did you know Montreal has an underground city? In fact, local residents call it Underground City. It consists of 32 kilometers of subway, shops, restaurants, museums, banks, hotels, universities, and businesses.

Both Laval and South Shore are sections of Montreal separated by rivers. What do they have in common besides being sections of one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world? The are both home to an Éco Dépôt Céramique tile showroom.

There are three showrooms in Montreal. The third is situation in Montreal proper between Laval and South Shore.