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The ICoMST Montréal 2012 Hospitality Committee is looking forward to seeing you in Montréal to enjoy this beautiful city and have fun together!
The Hospitality Committee has spared no efforts to bring you an attractive Social Program featuring social events, scenic tours, technical visits and accompanying persons’ program. Come enjoy jazz music, product tasting, barbeques, dancing… and the final Gala dinner featuring a bit of Québec’s cultural heritage.
The tours feature a balance between technical and scenic visits, offering a variety of possibilities that we hope you’ll find appealing. City tours around the Old Montréal, visits to the beautiful Laurentian Mountains, day-trips to Québec City or Ottawa and technical tours to local companies and research centres are offered to ICoMST 2012 participants. Additional off-program activities will be also posted before and during the conference, creating even more opportunities for participants to interact.
After registration, participants will have the opportunity to meet in a relaxed atmosphere, tasting different meat products from Canadian companies. The Organizing Committee will welcome participants and will declare the ICoMST Montréal 2012 officially open.
Come and experience an authentic Canadian barbeque in the beautiful Montréal Island, an informal dinner where you will be able to interact with all the participants and increase your network while having fun.
You will enjoy the sugar shack tradition and d’antan charm! The visit will include a traditional meal and a ride in the sugar bush with details of maple syrup processing.
Choose one of seven unforgettable carefully selected tours and technical visits by visiting the next page.
This year, this activity is included in registration of all full congress participants of ICoMST Montréal 2012. At the comfort of the Hilton Montréal Bonaventure, you will enjoy in a semi-formal Gala Dinner, including typical products from Québec, entertainment from local artists and, of course, the opportunity to show your last dance moves at the end of the night.