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  • Biography
    j'etudie a ts, je joue d'hockey et j'aime bien voir tous les nouvelles de notre ville extraordaire.
  • Location
    lachine
  • Intérêts
    Hockey, Architecture, Inginerie
  • Occupation
    Etudiant, Travail a une entreprise d'eclairage architecturale dans le departement d'innovation.
  1. Le Canal 2 - 7 étages

    I was driving along the south side of the Lachine canal and I noticed a large billboard up just east of "Le Myst". I apologize if someone else posted it but this is the first I heard of a second "Le Canal". Seems to be similar volumetrically to Myst.
  2. Petit jeu : quelle est cette ville?

    On the 720 going west, just before the exit for St.Jaques
  3. If you have been out of province, particularly Ontario, there are not even half as many accessible garbage or recycling containers on the streets. Obviously we can do more but we by no means have a dirty city, even by Canadian standards. If someone flips a garbage no doubt it will be a mess. We can always do more and we should, but last point is this, street cleaners will not be out when there is snow or very cold weather, which we have had in the last few weeks. So if those pictures are very recent that can be considered as winter which is not exactly fair.
  4. Tour des Canadiens 3 - 55 étages

    This is what pisses me of about Montrealers these days. Shit it's one year, if your a hockey fan or a Habs fan you are for life or you know at least a few years. Montreal literally has a poor 1/4 season and people no longer like the team, how could we possibly ever have a rebuild if a quarter season does this to the fan base. This by no means just illustrates the habs but the way in which we think, no patience for anything, with no patience comes no good things. Infrastructure anyone? We cry for better roads and bridges and cry while they are fixed/built.
  5. Tour Quartier des spectacles (Spectrum) - 14, 33 étages

    That idea has already been debunked with TDC2, they requested a significant height increase and it was approved.
  6. Expos coming back?

    Haha the optimistic thing to say would have been, the more teams the better chances of one of them winning. We need a better chance at winning not less.
  7. BOMBARDIER C series

    They could just write Cseries CS100/300 , it counts as it's own company at this point.
  8. BOMBARDIER C series

    As they said, the value of the C-Series program doubled by partnering with Airbus.
  9. A Luxury Building Boom Hits Montreal

    Ah yes this is the article I was looking for, http://nationalpost.com/opinion/andrew-coyne-time-to-bust-the-myth-canada-does-not-have-to-be-in-aerospace , what a prick. and my goodness the comments. There are a few good ones like you said but others are even more ignorant it's absolutely astonishing. What do these people do with their lives, how are there so many people with this opinion it's crazy! These people certainly have no pride and by no means live by "learn for the sake of learning"
  10. A Luxury Building Boom Hits Montreal

    Ok so I was mistaken, about the specific article I was speaking about, not what it contains just who wrote it. http://www.businessinsider.com/montreals-housing-market-is-very-different-from-canadas-boom-cities-2017-9 Secondly I found this http://www.mortgagebrokernews.ca/news/commentary-montreal-is-not-going-to-be-the-next-vancouver-or-toronto-231489.aspx Thirdly, the other stories I was speaking about are in the "National Post", it was actual a fair article I read in the Financial post sorry. I also can't find the particular article about Bombardier... http://nationalpost.com/opinion/np-view-bombardier-boeing-spat-further-evidence-that-corporate-welfare-must-stop
  11. A Luxury Building Boom Hits Montreal

    I'll have to verify when I get home, it's one of the only blocked news networks at my work.
  12. A Luxury Building Boom Hits Montreal

    I did yes, from the financial post. They say something along the lines of, "it's not really a boom, I mean the average is on 350k" so bs like that, except the growth is based on progressive increases using percentages as we know. I'm really really unimpressed with them as of late, you should read what else they have to say about Quebec and Bombardier, it's very shortsighted.
  13. Tour des Canadiens 3 - 55 étages

    They're all once in a lifetime really, there is only one TDC2 and one TDC3 and one 600 Peel lmao
  14. BOMBARDIER C series

    We should go and buy eurofighter typhoon's. We have a nice new trade agreement with the EU and that will show we actually don't depend on them. Also why can't the WTO do something that will do the same to Boeing trying to sell to china or other large markets. I may be mistaken but the American government has subsidized Boeing with a total of close to half a trillion, like how much hypocrisy can they have.
  15. Symphonia Pop - 32 étages

    NEWS!!! http://montrealgazette.com/business/local-business/real-estate/project-of-the-week-symphonia-pop This is what the top of the tower will potentially look like. The article says it will be 32 floors! Delivery and sales office Symphonia POP has its official launch at the end of October, and is scheduled for delivery in 2020. The sales office is located at 100 André-Prévost Street, Nuns’ Island, Quebec, H3E 0C3.