Parc Oméga becomes an official CF Montréal partner


MONTREAL - CF Montréal announced Friday the signing of a new multi-year agreement with Parc Oméga as its latest official partner.

Parc Oméga is Quebec's crown jewel of North American nature conservation, dedicated to wildlife education and awareness.

The integration of Quebec's ecocenter with a proud history, established since 1991, represents a first collaboration of its kind for CF Montréal, which expands its flourishing portfolio with a partner from a different business sector.

In addition to offering significant visibility to Parc Oméga during games at Stade Saputo, the agreement will allow CF Montréal fans to delve into a unique and harmonious experience at the heart of the wildlife reserve, with a touch of Bleu-blanc-noir.

“It's a pairing that made a lot of sense between two Quebec brands focused on an immersive experience, first-rate hospitality and, above all, a passionate, informed family audience,” said CF Montréal President and CEO Gabriel Gervais. We're confident that this new collaboration will both enable Parc Oméga to expand its fan base within the Greater Montreal region, while benefiting from the Club's growing notoriety in its market.”

“Parc Oméga aspires to offer the best of itself and to reach the highest heights in terms of entertainment and performance,” said Benjamin Vallée, Director of Hotels, Restaurants and Tourism at Parc Oméga. "With our passionate and committed employees, our mission is to educate through wonder by offering our visitors a unique and memorable experience in nature. In this context, it's only natural to team up with a partner who shares our values, and who wants to perform and inspire both on the field and in the community. Parc Oméga is proud to be associated with CF Montréal as an official partner.”

About Parc Oméga

Since 1991, Parc Omega, located in the Outaouais region, has offered a unique formula in Quebec that allows its visitors to discover numerous species of wild animals living in their natural habitat, on 2200 acres of preserved nature, throughout the seasons.

Originally, the Park was conceived as a place to discover the wildlife of North America in a grandiose natural site in the Outaouais region. Gradually, the initial vision was expanded to develop and improve the offer of a pioneering spirit, including respect for nature and all that it contains.

Over time, the contribution of the First Nations present in Quebec has been highlighted in an area dedicated to them, which is now called the First Nations Trail. The history, culture and heritage of the Outaouais are also presented in a dedicated area called as Pioneer Land.

One thing leading to another, in addition to its twelve-kilometre car safari, the park has added several activities, walking trails, animal presentations, various conservation projects as well as accommodations such as ready-to-camp, pod habitats and accommodations that allow you to sleep in the heart of a wolf pack.

The entire Parc Omega project, down to the smallest details, was conceived and carried out in a community spirit, involving artists, craftsmen, and entrepreneurs, themselves bearers of the region’s living traditions.

A visit to the park is an immersion in the heart of nature, culture, and history of Quebec.

About CF Montréal
Founded in 1992 and having completed its first season in 1993, CF Montréal is a professional soccer club playing in MLS since 2012. It has won the Canadian Championship five times (2008, 2013, 2014, 2019, 2021) and reached the final of the Concacaf Champions League in 2015, as well as the quarterfinals in 2009 and 2022. CF Montréal plays its home games at Stade Saputo, a soccer-specific stadium with a capacity of 19,619.

In 2010, the organization established CF Montréal Academy, a soccer training centre with over 100 players. CF Montréal was the first professional club in North America to offer a sports-study program. The Club's development structure also includes U13 and U14 Pre-Academy teams. The Club's network of Partner Clubs (CIP) and regional programs also enable the Club to reach nearly 1,000 additional U8 to U12 players. The women's program was introduced to the Club's Academy on May 31, 2023.

Through the Montreal Impact Foundation, which celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2023, CF Montréal is deeply involved in the community. Its mission is to organize and support activities to improve the quality of life of children and families from underserved communities. In particular, it provides sports facilities to promote physical activity and social integration.