Montebello is a municipality located in the Papineau Regional County Municipality of Western Quebec (Canada). As of the 2001 census, there were 1,039 permanent residents. The village has a total area of 7.85 km²> (3 mi²), and is located at the eastern edge of Canada's National Capital Region.
Non-native settlement of the area began in the early 19th century when land was purchased by the family of Louis-Joseph Papineau. Later, Louis-Joseph Papineau built the Manor of Montebello which is preserved by Parks Canada as the Manoir Papineau National Historic Site.
The village is also the site of the Parc Omega, a large drive-through wildlife reserve.
The President of the United States (George W. Bush), the Prime Minister of Canada (Stephen Harper), and the President of Mexico (Felipe Calderón) held a major trilateral summit meeting, in relation to the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, at the Château Montebello, on August 20-21 2007. A diverse group numbering more than 1,200 protestors opposed the SPP meeting. The group included labour unions, environmental activists, political parties and NGOs.