|Language(s) Spoken:||French, English|
Montreal, or Montréal, is the second-largest city in Canada and the largest city in the province of Québec, with a population of about 1,620,000. It is also one of the largest French-speaking cities in the world. The city lays on the Island of Montreal where the rivers Saint Lawrence and Ottawa meet.
- Basilique Notre-Dame
- Montreal warehouse
Peter discovers a plane ticket to Montreal in the box and later uses his precognitive ability to paint a picture of him and Caitlin standing at the corner of Boulevard Saint-Laurent and Rue Saint-Jacques, facing southeast toward the Basilique Notre-Dame.
Peter and Caitlin arrive in Montreal, outside the building that Peter painted. Upon entering, Peter sees a mirror, which has a note addressed to him affixed to it. He reads it, before accessing a forgotten ability and ending up in Times Square.
Peter returns to Montreal without Caitlin and hears a noise. He sends a bolt of lightning towards the intruder, but Adam blocks the bolt with his hand, and it regenerates. Adam asks why Peter fired at him, but Peter tells him he doesn't know who he is. Adam introduces himself to Peter.
Peter is returned to Montreal from the future without Caitlin. He once again reads his mysterious note and hears a noise from behind him. He sends a bolt of lightning towards the noise and finds it striking a hand. Peter then notices the hand regenerate. Adam Monroe steps out. He informs Peter of how they've met before and unlocks Peter's memory, healing his amnesia. After finally gaining access to his past, Adam asks Peter "Shall we save the world?" Peter nods heroically.
- The symbol is visible above Peter and Caitlin's heads, over the door of the building they are looking at.
- One of Whitebeard's flags is shown in the background of the storage room.
- Rue Saint-Jacques is spelled "Rue Saint-Jaque" on the street sign in Peter's painting.
- Where Peter and Caitlin are standing couldn't possibly be the corner of St Laurent and St Jacques. It is most likely actually St Jacques and Place D'Armes.