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ABB in Canada
About Canada
About Montreal

We employ close to 3,000 employees spread throughout Canada. Our headquarters are located in Montreal, the Province of Quebec, Toronto and Calgary. Today, we operate in over 41 locations across Canada.

ABB in Canada offers a vibrant business culture for our employees. Employees benefit from modern, state-of-the-art facilities. Amenities include light, open-plan offices, subsidized cafeterias and kitchen areas on every floor. Our offices are conveniently accessible by public transportation and are located near fitness facilities.

There are many businesses and functions represented at ABB in Canada, including:

  • Executive Committee
  • Quality and Operational Excellence
  • Legal and Integrity
  • Communications
  • Human Resources
  • Health and Safety
  • Finance and Business Control
Canada is the second largest country in the world and is home to 35 million people. It is known as the best country to live in, according to the United Nations.

The country has two official languages, English and French, and has a wealth of natural resources that includes oil reserves and natural gas. Approximately 250, 000 new Permanent Residents are accepted into the country each year, and it is a great place to raise a family. Our education system ranks among the best in the world compared to other English-speaking countries. Healthcare is generally inexpensive and is publicly financed by taxpayers.

There is a great balance of urban and natural living environments and Canadians enjoy countless recreational activities.

Montreal is a lively and cultural metropolis. The city has a population of almost 4-million people and is the second biggest city in Canada. Montreal is the largest French-speaking city in the world outside of Paris. The city is known for its varying climate, winters are cold and icy but summers are warm with temperatures reaching mid to high 20s.

Come discover all that Montreal has to offer!

Culture:

  • There are many cultural attractions such as art galleries, museums, historic sites and buildings such as the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (Montreal Contemporary Art Museum), the Biodome, the Botanical Gardens and the Olympic Park.
  • Montreal is home to countless festivals that draw crowds from all over the world: Montreal International Jazz festival, Les FrancoFolies de Montréal, Just for Laughs Festival (Juste pour Rire), Montreal Grand Prix, and Montréal en Lumière to name a few.

Transportation:

  • Montreal has a great public transit system, which consists of four metro lines with a total of 68 stations, as well as over 186 daytime bus routes and 23 night bus routes.
  • Montreal is also a bike-friendly city with nearly 650 km of bike-only lanes.

 Sports:

  • There are three professional sports teams in Montreal: the Canadiens (National Hockey League), the Alouettes (Canadian Football League) and the Impact (Major League Soccer).