Kiosks keep travellers connected

By this spring, if you’re a passenger at one of Montreal’s airports, you should be able to walk up to a kiosk, access the Internet and check out a few Web sites. Then if you need to send a last-minute e-mail message to the office, you’ll be able to do that, too.

At that same kiosk, you might access and print off some tourism information — where to get the best deals on a car rental, for instance, or where to dine out that evening. And if you have some time to kill, you can even spend a few minutes playing a computer game.


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