Working together @ Salon 1861


Located in St. Joseph’s Church, a magnificent heritage building from the Victorian era, Salon 1861 aims to unite business leaders, universities, cultural groups, community organizations and local residents who share a common set of beliefs and want to work together on building a more sustainable, inclusive, productive and happy society.

A full-service event space in the heart of Little Burgundy, Salon 1861 contains an event hall, a restaurant and an entrepreneurial co-creation hub. The new space arose from the I See MTL project, driven by the ideas of Natalie Volant, president of Quo Vadis real estate, in partnership with Quartier de l’innovation. Its mission combines training and networking, economic development, community integration and innovation.