Hudson's Bay

Centre Ville
Department Store

Montreal’s iconic department store started as one of Canada’s great heritage brands: It was created as a charter by King Charles in 1670, functioning primarily as a fur trader for its first 200 years. The local souvenir to bring home is the store’s striped wool blanket, commissioned in 1800.

Hudson's Bay
585 rue Sainte-Catherine OMontreal, Canada
514-281-4422

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