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The Montreal Section has close to 2000 members in the greater Montreal area, Eastern Townships, Laurentians, Abitibi and North of Quebec, all professionals and students in the domains of electrical, electronics and computer engineering. Its officers represent the members towards various IEEE entities, organize local and international events, broadcast news and facilitate members’ access to people, advantages, products and services of the organisation.
Click here to view the IEEE Montreal Operations Manual (v1.1).