Montreal gears up for fast and festive return of Formula 1’s Canadian Grand Prix

Global News published this video item, entitled “Montreal gears up for fast and festive return of Formula 1’s Canadian Grand Prix” – below is their description.

After a three-year absence due to the pandemic, Formula 1 racing is finally back in Montreal, with the Canadian Grand Prix is set to kick into high gear again.

Fans and business owners are thrilled – the event generates tens of millions of dollars in economic spin-offs for the city. The race is considered the unofficial kickoff to Montreal’s summer tourism season and this year should rival that of 2019, which was a record year.

Dan Spector looks at how people and businesses are getting caught up in the need for speed.

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