Quebec is home to one of the most important video-game development hubs in the world. Such bragging rights, though, may have come at a hefty price.
The century-old red-brick Ubisoft building in the eastern sector of Montreal’s hip Mile End district has gradually taken on the glow of near-iconic status over the past 19 years as Paris-based parent Ubisoft Entertainment SA built up a major presence in the city and helped to establish Quebec as a game-developers’ paradise.
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