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  1. American Airlines from 05JUL17 is expanding Montreal service, including restoration of previously cancelled frequencies. Planned operation as follow. Dallas/Ft. Worth – Montreal Increase from 1 to 2 daily AA3560 DFW1230 – 1711YUL E75 D AA3387 DFW1902 – 2344YUL E75 D AA3533 YUL0629 – 0940DFW E75 D AA3560 YUL1751 – 2103DFW E75 D Miami – Montreal 2nd daily flight reinstated AA1151 MIA1036 – 1415YUL 738 D AA2652 MIA1925 – 2301YUL 738 D AA2438 YUL0600 – 0944MIA 738 D AA1151 YUL1505 – 1856MIA 738 D http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/272238/american-enhances-montreal-flights-from-july-2017/
  2. Projet Résidentiel au Canada Malting Site - St-Henri

    RENWICK PLACES THE CANADA MALTING FACILITY UNDER OPTION! Ashlee Wismach, October 2015 The Canada Malting Facility has dominated the Saint-Henri skyline since its original construction in 1904. Sadly, having become derelict after being abandoned in 1989, the site has not benefited from any of the development energy proliferating the area, primarily due to its complexity and protected historic value. With experience in the restoration and rehabilitation of historic sites, specifically with respect to their transformation into viable residential developments, Renwick began analyzing Canada Malting in March. With the completion of a lengthy review of the site, its components, the history of the facility and of the neighborhood, A preliminary development plan was established and purchase negotiations began. These negotiations were successfully concluded in October. While still being finalized, the approach will see for the partial restoration of the original facility, the preservation of its historic value and the redevelopment of the site for the creation of a mixed use residential project. http://www.renwickdev.com/#!project-page---canada-malting/c1vsz
  3. This is for the land currently owned by Provigo on the corner of de Maisonneuve and Claremont on the south east corner. There was a public consultation for residents and the following is the project: 30k square feet for grocery store (Provigo Urban concept) 10 apartments for families of kids who are staying at hospital Office space for Children's foundation 255 senior apartments for 55+ from le Groupe Maurice Not a very nice looking building! 10 story building Construction summer/fall 2015 Opening 2017-2018
  4. Le Victoire - 26 étages

    Rien ne va plus au chantier d’une luxueuse tour de condos de 25 étages, au centre-ville de Montréal. Un prêteur menace de saisir le chantier et des acheteurs veulent poursuivre le promoteur du Victoire pour récupérer leur dépôt, a appris notre Bureau d’enquête. Le gratte-ciel devait accueillir ses premiers occupants dès décembre, mais rien n’est encore sorti de terre. Maurice Benisti, de Point Zéro Capital, a enregistré en septembre un recours de 4,3 M$ pour récupérer le prêt qu’il a fait au promoteur. La Banque Nationale devait financer la construction pour près de 32 M$, mais elle n’a toujours pas débloqué les fonds. Selon nos sources, l’institution financière n’arrive pas à confirmer la solidité financière de clients ayant réservé des unités. La Banque refuse de commenter, mais assure qu’elle a toujours l’intention de financer le projet. Des clients veulent leur argent Selon l’entente initiale, les acheteurs devaient prendre possession de leurs unités dès décembre. Mais le promoteur n’a même pas terminé les fondations de la tour. Officiellement, la fin de la construction est retardée jusqu’en décembre 2015. Découragé par les délais, un couple d’acheteurs a voulu récupérer les quelque 140 000 $ qu’il a remis en fidéicommis au notai*re du projet. Il a eu une mauvaise surprise: l’officier public leur a répondu le 1er octobre qu’il avait remis tous les fonds au promoteur. «Moi, je comprenais que l’argent restait en fidéicommis jusqu’à la livraison des unités!», dit le client, qui préfère ne pas être identifié. Erreur! Le contrat de prévente prévoyait bien la remise des sommes au promoteur au début des travaux. 4,7 M$ de dépôts encaissés Selon nos informations, la compagnie à numéro qui dirige le projet a ainsi encaissé pour au moins 4,7 M$ en dépôts d’acheteurs. En cas de retard considérable, les clients mécontents peuvent toutefois réclamer l’annulation du contrat et le remboursement de ces sommes. Leur avocat, Clément Lucas, a d’ailleurs envoyé une mise en demeure au promoteur en septembre. Elle reste cependant sans réponse à ce jour. http://m.journaldequebec.com/2014/10/11/une-tour-de-25-etages-en-peril
  5. Hey Mark -- Can you explain why this new AC hire (Duncan Bureau - VP) would be based out of TO and not the head office? http://online.wsj.com/article/PR-CO-20140527-910207.html Thanks
  6. Le William (2013)

    remax i believe
  7. Air Canada

    So Mark, Denver is done for good???
  8. Air Canada

    So bottom line, it is true and will be cancelled? Will we maybe get anything for ski season next year?
  9. Air Canada

    Say it ain't so! I just took that flight last week and it was totally full, but I guess it was easter weekend. Is this true @mark_ac???
  10. Relancer Montréal

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/nathanvardi/2014/04/22/bill-ackman-outs-valeant-ceo-mike-pearson-as-a-billionaire/ Pearson, who has Canadian roots, also made sure to fold the California-based Valeant with a Canadian company to take advantage of Canada’s tax-lowering rules that The Globe and Mail reported “allowed companies to move their intellectual property and profit centres to low-tax jurisdictions and then repatriate their profits without further taxation.” The Canadian company Valeant bought, Biovail, was using a Barbados-domiciled subsidiary to cut its taxes.
  11. Altoria - 35 étages (2014)

    @MALED1ZIONE -- The Dominion Textile building on St.Ambroise?
  12. 1200 Mackay - 21 étages (2015)

    Here are the images (excuse the poor quality)
  13. Seriously? No one at The Gazette cares about the Montréal community? How could I even read this post after a statement like this... Jeez!
  14. Air Canada

    Air Canada Launches Major European Expansion Four new destinations: Milan, Lisbon, Nice and Manchester Non-stop Toronto-Istanbul service expands to daily flights New Premium Economy cabin on select London Heathrow flights Barcelona non-stop from both Toronto and Montréal on Air Canada rouge MONTREAL, Oct. 8, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ - Air Canada is undertaking a major expansion of international services to Europe from Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary. The airline today announced highlights of its Summer 2014 Europe schedule, which includes the introduction of year-round non-stop service from Toronto to Milan, Italy with up to five weekly flights, offering the only non-stop service between Canada and Milan. Flights to this key Italian business destination will feature Air Canada's award-winning Executive First cabin of service. In addition, Air Canada will increase its year-round Toronto-Istanbul non-stop service to daily flights from three times weekly. The airline will expand the availability of its new international Premium Economy cabin with its introduction on Vancouver-London Heathrow flights year-round, as well as Montreal-London Heathrow flights during the peak summer travel season. Air Canada will also deploy larger aircraft from its international widebody fleet on flights from Calgary to London Heathrow and Frankfurt, as well as from Montreal to Brussels and Geneva in order to meet travel and cargo demand during the peak summer season. As part of the Summer 2014 schedule, Air Canada's leisure carrier subsidiary, Air Canada rouge, will launch seasonal non-stop flights between Toronto-Lisbon, Toronto-Manchester, Montreal-Barcelona and Montreal-Nice. The new routes supplement the leisure carrier's other popular vacation destinations, including previously announced Toronto-Dublin year-round service, as well as holiday and cruise package options offered in conjunction with Air Canada Vacations. Seats on these new Air Canada and Air Canada rouge flights are now available for purchase at aircanada.com and through travel agents. As new Boeing 777-300ER and 787 aircraft enter the Air Canada mainline fleet, Air Canada will continue growing Air Canada rouge to reach a total of up to 50 aircraft, as demand warrants. The growth of its leisure carrier, in tandem with the mainline fleet renewal and international network expansion, is a key element of Air Canada's overall strategy for sustainable, profitable growth, both at the mainline and leisure carrier. "The expansion of Air Canada's global network to include four new European destinations is a significant turning point in Air Canada's international growth strategy. With the addition of Air Canada mainline service to Milan, a key business centre, and Air Canada rouge service to popular holiday destinations such as Lisbon, Nice and Manchester, we are offering customers great new options when making their travel plans beginning next summer," said Ben Smith, Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer. "Since the launch of our Toronto-Istanbul non-stop service in June 2013, customer response has been very positive and we look forward to increasing to daily flights with convenient connections throughout the Middle East, Africa and South Asia. "The growth of Air Canada's international network, within forecasts previously announced, is possible due to our ability to deploy capacity and continue growing at significantly lower incremental cost. Air Canada rouge's successful inaugural season underscores its growing popularity among vacation- goers. Similarly, the introduction of our new international Premium Economy cabin has also met with extremely positive customer feedback and we are pleased to continue its introduction with our five specially-configured Boeing 777-300ER aircraft on routes such as Vancouver-London and Montreal-London where market demand calls for a larger supply of Economy and Premium Economy seats, in addition to continuing to offer Executive First business class service. "As Canada's preferred airline by business travellers, and voted Best Airline in North America for the fourth consecutive year, we are pleased to offer a wide range of premium products as well as high value options together with Air Canada rouge. We will continue leveraging Air Canada's strengths in fleet, product and network while responding to demand on both a price and cost competitive basis to serve customers across Canada and around the world," concluded Mr. Smith. Air Canada will have taken delivery of five new Boeing 777-300ER aircraft for the mainline fleet between June 2013 and February 2014, and the first three of 37 Boeing 787 aircraft by the summer of 2014. Air Canada is scheduled to take delivery of six 787-8 aircraft in 2014 and the remaining 31 787-8 and -9 aircraft between 2015 and 2019. Highlights of the Air Canada mainline Summer 2014 flight schedule: Toronto-Milan New year-round non-stop service starting June 18, 2014 with up to five flights per week. Boeing 767-300ER service featuring choice of Air Canada Executive First and Economy cabins. Flight # Depart Toronto (YYZ) Arrive Milan (MXP) Flight # Depart Milan (MXP) Arrive Toronto (YYZ) AC842 20:20 10:40 +1 AC843 12:10 15:30 Toronto-Istanbul Year-round non-stop service increases from three times weekly to daily flights beginning June 2014, subject to government approval. Boeing 767-300ER service featuring choice of Air Canada Executive First and Economy cabins. Toronto-Rome Aircraft upgauged from Boeing 767-300ER to Airbus A330-300 service featuring choice of Air Canada Executive First and Economy cabins, from May 1 - October 25, 2014. Montréal-London Heathrow Aircraft upgauged from Airbus A330-300 to Boeing 777-300ER service featuring new international Premium Economy cabin, in addition to Executive First and expanded Economy cabins, from June 15 - September 30, 2014. Montréal-Brussels Aircraft upgauged from Boeing 767-300ER to Airbus A330-300 service featuring choice of Air Canada Executive First and Economy cabins, from March 29 - October 25, 2014. Montréal-Geneva Aircraft upgauged from Boeing 767-300ER to Airbus A330-300 service year-round featuring choice of Air Canada Executive First and Economy cabins. Montréal-Frankfurt Addition of a second non-stop flight five times weekly from May 16 - October 12, 2014. The Air Canada codeshare flight will be operated by Star Alliance partner, Lufthansa, and will complement Air Canada's daily Airbus A330-300 year-round non-stop service, Calgary-London Heathrow Aircraft upgauged from Airbus A330-300 to Boeing 777-300ER service featuring choice of Air Canada Executive First and Economy cabins, from June 1 - September 30, 2014. Calgary-Frankfurt Aircraft upgauged from Airbus A330-300 to Boeing 777-300ER service featuring choice of Air Canada Executive First and Economy cabins, from March 29 - October 25, 2014. Vancouver-London Heathrow Effective March 1, 2014, upgauged to Boeing 777-300ER service year-round featuring new international Premium Economy cabin, in addition to Executive First and expanded Economy cabins. Highlights of the Air Canada rouge Summer 2014 flight schedule: Toronto-Lisbon New three times weekly service from June 21 to September 21, 2014, subject to government approval. Departing Toronto on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, and from Lisbon on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. Toronto-Manchester New five times weekly service from June 26 to September 13. 2014. Departing Toronto on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday, and from Manchester on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Montréal-Nice New three times weekly service from June 5 to October13, 2014, subject to government approval. Departing Montréal on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, and from Nice on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Montréal-Barcelona New twice weekly service from June 4 to October 11, 2014, subject to government approval. Departing Montréal on Wednesday and Friday, and from Barcelona on Thursday and Saturday. Toronto-Athens Seasonal non-stop service increases from four to five weekly flights beginning June 2014. Toronto-Edinburgh Seasonal non-stop service increases from three to five weekly flights beginning July 2014. In addition, three popular holiday travel markets currently served by Air Canada's mainline carrier on a seasonal basis will be converted to Air Canada rouge service beginning summer 2014: Toronto-Barcelona Up to five times weekly service from May 8 to October 19, 2014, subject to government approval. Departing Toronto on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, and from Barcelona on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Toronto-Dublin Year-round service beginning May 1, 2014. Montréal-Rome Up to daily service from May 23 to October 19, 2014. For the summer 2014 season, Air Canada rouge will continue to operate Toronto-Venice, Toronto-Edinburgh and Toronto/Montreal-Athens after their successful inaugural season in 2013. All Air Canada rouge flights to Europe are operated with Boeing 767-300ER aircraft featuring a two-cabin configuration with three customer comfort options including rouge, rouge Plus with preferred seating with additional legroom, and, beginning in winter 2013, Premium rouge offering both additional room and enhanced service. By the Summer 2014 season, the Air Canada rouge widebody fleet will consist of eight Boeing 767-300ER aircraft. All flights offer customers streamed wireless inflight entertainment, standard 110 volt power plugs and USB ports (beginning spring 2014), stylish and modern cabin interiors with innovative new seats, and the ability to earn and redeem Aeroplan miles. For more information and bookings, please visit: http://www.aircanada.com/en/about/rouge.html http://aircanada.mediaroom.com/index.php?s=43&item=701