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Expo 1967 passport

A COMMEMORATIVE Expo passport based on the Montreal Expo's 1967 version is available to visitors for free at the Montreal Pavilion at the Urban Best Practices Area.

The passport is available to the first 1,500 people who arrive at the pavilion from 3pm every day through October 3. The passports are numbered. Along with the passport, the 1967 Expo stamp is also available at the pavilion from 9:30am to 10pm until October 3.

The reprinted passport is based on an authentic copy of the original owned by the pavilion's director Louis Dussault, who was 20 years old when he visited the Montreal Expo more than 60 times.

The Montreal Expo was the first to introduce the popular souvenir.

The Montreal Pavilion showcases its success in environmental protection, green design, the rehabilitation of natural spaces and getting the community involved in such projects.

The pavilion's movie is popular.


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