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À propos de Chris1989

  • Rang
    Mtlurb Master

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    24 year old university student, studying cinema.
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    Film, urbanity.
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  1. Expos coming back?

    Mark My Words: When the Expos return, Valérie will be there, and she will make sure Mr. Coderre is there to throw out the first pitch. Guaranteed.
  2. Maison Manuvie - 28 étages

    I saw it the other night and it was really great! One of the better lighting schemes on a building in my opinion. The colours appear like waves
  3. Nouveau Pont Champlain

  4. I think it's about time we shut down Montreal and all move elsewhere. I mean even when our economy is doing better than it has for the last 50 years, we still suck. Just blow up the bridges after everyone has moved off the island and let the whole city rot, there's really no point anymore. Montreal is a city that has clearly failed in every sense of the word, and it's high time we all accept it and move on to greener pastures. ...Or at least that's how a lot of people make it seem. I dunno, it's really hard to distinguish ourselves when the greatest city in the history of humanity is only a 6 hour drive west down the 401. I mean, why do we even bother anymore? Sad! Toronto surpassed Montreal in population in 1976, 41 years ago, and somehow, it's still not special. All the money in the world couldn't make them special. Go and see for yourself! It's a great city, but it's not special. 40 years at #1 and it's still #2, and it drives Toronto-diehards mental. When Toronto city surpassed Chicago's city pop a few years ago, all the diehards came out of the woodwork: "Toronto is a better city". I had no idea having more humans living within your city limits made you better. But it has a better growth rate, and taller towers so it's CLEARLY better... right? I can't wait for the citizens of Berlin and Paris and NYC and Chicago to finally understand how inferior they are vis-a-vis Toronto. How ridiculous and ashamed they will all feel once they realize they are inhabitants of has-been cities, relics of the past now cast into the shadows created by the great juggernaut metropolis of Toronto. Long Live Toronto!
  5. Statistiques PAX

    For reference, in August: YUL up 11.2% (9.6% YTD) YVR up 8.2% (8.2% YTD) YYC up 5.2% (3.2% YTD) YYZ August not known yet, (6.9% YTD) New Air Canada routes, the 375, Montreal economic rebound clearly having an impact here. Canada 150 doesn't seem to be having the same impact (based on the other cities' stats)
  6. Statistiques PAX

    August Numbers! 1,969,833 +11.2% Domestic +9.7% International +13.5% Transborder +9.2% January-August: 12,441,410 YTD, +9.6% 1.094 million more than 2016 (YTD), with 4 months left. 18 million within reach in 2017.
  7. Rusty, are you serious? Go do a quick Google search. There's about 40,000 Romanians living in Montreal, and those are old figures. Plus it's only a twice weekly service. I'm sure Air Canada didn't bother to do any research on the route's viability and launched it just for the hell of it, right?
  8. Wow, spectacular news. Bucharest!! Amazing! Can't believe we got Romania before Poland though.
  9. Îlot Balmoral / ONF - 13 étages

    Patience, patience.
  10. Montréal, 3 é Centre Financier en Amérique du Nord

    If they had us ranked dead last, you would have written something along the lines of "Brilliant ranking, perfectly summarizes my own feelings, Montreal is inferior to other places, I'm right, blah blah" but because they have us ranked higher than you think we deserve, the ranking is therefore "far removed from reality". A ranking that has London and NYC at the very top. Yes, how ludicrous a list indeed. LOL.
  11. The Legendary Montréal Crowd

    Episode II:
  12. CHUM - 17, 20 étages

    Logo being installed, August 26