Parking near Palais de Justice de Montréal

The Montreal Courthouse is an impressive building located at 1 Notre-Dame Street East in Old Montreal. It was designed by English architect George Browne and built-in 1856. It is the oldest operating courthouse in Canada.

The building houses several courts, including the Superior Court of Quebec, the Court of Quebec, the Court of Appeal of Quebec, and the Federal Court of Canada. It also has courtrooms for criminal and civil cases.

The Montreal courthouse is open to the public, and visitors can attend public trials in the courtrooms. It is an important site for the administration of justice in the Montreal region and a symbol of the importance of the rule of law in society.

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