jesseps

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  1. Tour des Canadiens - 50 étages

    I do agree with you on that one. Should have been just called 1909 Taverne or 1909 Molson Canadien or something else. If it will be the largest restaurant in Canada, how does St Hubert, Cage Aux Sport and the other restaurants nearby feel about it?
  2. Projet Montreal would really like for the pink line to happen. If they do get elected, it will be interesting to see where they find the money for that.
  3. L'Économie du Québec

    It will be interesting to see if I do get a bump in pay in 2018. It is nice to see a French company set up their Canadian operations here in Montreal. I wonder how the other sport retailers are feeling about this.
  4. As you all may know there will be a muni election on November 5th and already Projet Montreal and the incumbent party ran by Denis Coderre, are touting what they will bring to the city if they are elected. Are you happy with how Denis been doing things for the city or do you think it is a time for a change?
  5. SELBY - 7 étages

    This project should be moved to another section. It has been under construction for now I think 10 years and it still not done. I do feel bad for people who bought in this. I hope they were able to get their money back.
  6. Looks like a great project. I just hope it isn't constructed with sub-par standards, so it goes up in smoke like the tower block in London and the buildings in Dubai. The way Toronto is going, it will be a world class city like: NYC, SF, HK, Tokyo and others in the next decade. I would have said Paris and London, but those are on their own level.
  7. L'Économie du Québec

    That is if, the PQ does not come into power in October 2018. Montreal has a long way to go before it returns to the glory days. Low unemployment helps, but without decent wages we are going nowhere.
  8. NYC Boom!

  9. More anglos in Quebec

    I am sad to say that ship has sailed long ago and probably will not return. If Quebec can continue to thrive and move forward with peaceful coexistence of the Anglo and Franco-communities, it will be great. Let's see how October 2018 turns out first.
  10. It would be interesting to see the Lachine canal being used during the winter for skating.
  11. From the renderings it looks like a great project. The people who get the view of the mountain will be lucky. I am looking forward to the square to be finally rejuvenated.
  12. Statistiques PAX

    If I looked up the correct information, we are at least beating: Hamburg, Budapest and Warsaw for total passengers and that have a similar amount of population for the city. There is only so much this city can give to the world. We do not have a hot climate all year round, so no beach crowd. We do not have an active volcano to see like Iceland or other places. We only have Mont Royal and St Joseph.
  13. Douanes américaines - Gare Centrale

    How much time would it save if they checked people in Montreal and not Lacolle? I honestly would love to take the train, if it was more frequent and/or quicker.
  14. What they have right now for Just For Laughs is really good. Many food stalls, which is supposedly the biggest open air area with food outside in North America. If you were thinking of going to Maine for Lobster, there is a food truck called Perkins Cove
  15. Le Centre Eaton et le Complexe Les Ailes

    I have hoping for them to bring the restaurant back to life. I do hope one day it does happen.