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  1. Cataclaw

    Membres : présentez-vous!

    Le dernier meet m'a fait réaliser qu'on n'a même pas de fil pour se présenter. Un aspect des "meet" que j'aime c'est de pouvoir associer un visage et une personalité au pseudonyme qui va avec. Pourquoi ne pas faire ça ici? Je vais mettre ce fil en "sticky" au dessus de la page. Présentez-vous, chers membres! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Nom: Cataclaw Vrai nom: Luis Age: 34 ans (2018) Ville: Longueuil (arr. Vieux-Longueuil) Nationalité: Né à Montréal, au pied de la montagne, de deux parents portugais Langues: Anglais, français, portugais, espagnol, russe (en cours d'apprentissage) Occupation: Étudiant à l'unversité Concordia et officier CIC (réserviste, aviation, Forces Canadiennes) Comment j'ai connu mtlurb: j'ai connu le forum dès sa création lorsque Malek et une bonne gang de gens sur SSP (Skyscraperpage) ont décidé de quitter pour diverses raisons Gratte-ciel Montréalais préféré: 1000 de la Gauchetière pour des raisons sentimentales, mais le 1250 René-Lévesque est impressionant Autres intérêts: Musique, informatique, vélo (cyclo-tourisme), soccer, hockey, politique Photo:
  2. Cataclaw

    Meet - Été/Juillet 2012

    Il y a tu des intéressés? Il faut beau, il faut chaud, c'est le temps d'aller prendre une bonne bière!
  3. Habsfan

    Prochain Smoked Meet (automne 2011)

    Bon, vu que certains en ont parlé sur d'autre fils, je suggère une rencontre bientôt. Je pensais soit le 18 ou le 25 novembre. L'endroit...je m'en fou un peu, aussi longtemps qu'ils servent de la bonn ebière froide et un peu de bouffe! Let me know what y'all think! Cheers habsfan
  4. Salut tout le monde, Un meet pour MTLURB en fin d'année?? Quand: 29 Décembre 2010 de 18h à ..... Lieu: McKibbins, 1426 Bishop, Montréal Qui: Tout le monde
  5. mtlurb

    MtlURB meet - archives

    Une date tentative, alors qui pourra venir??
  6. Voici les photos :-) http://www.mtlurb.com/pictures/main.php?g2_itemId=1416 Mettez les votres ici!!
  7. MTLskyline

    Mormon Missionaries

    Anyone here ever have Mormons (Church of Jesus Christ of Later-Day Saints) try and recruit them? Talk about awkward. I was walking along a random street in Greenfield Park, when suddenly two young women approach me (one of them was kind of hot, LMAO). They gave me a warm greeting as if they knew who I was (I was trying to figure out who these people were). Anyways, they start asking me if I believe in God. I told them I did, and that I was a non-practicing Presbyterian. Then they tried to "build on" that. They started rambling about the modern prophets after Jesus' death up until 400 AD. Then they started talking about the Book of Mormon (claiming it to be something like a Third Testament). This sort of thing went on for a while (I was kind of smirking the whole time, but perhaps they took this as a positive sign). Then they wanted to set up an appointment to convert me to Mormonism. They wanted to meet at my house, or over coffee (I thought Mormons weren't allowed to drink coffee???). Fortunatley I did not agree to set an appointment. I compromised and took one of their cards which they wrote their phone number on, "In case I changed my mind". Talk about awkward. If it had been a two guys I might have ended the conversation sooner, but when an attractive young woman enthusiastically wants to talk to you, you don't exactly want to end the conversation then and there. Part of me wants to meet them to try and debate them, because I do find history/theology/philosophy can be a little interesting. However, the rational side of my brain is scared of being sucked into this peculiar religion, which I perceive to be something of a cult. I know I sure as hell don't want to be wandering around finding new recruits.
  8. JCC-Fromthere

    MtlUrb Meet IV

    Y a-t-il de l'interet pour un MtlUrb meet d'ici 2 semaines et demi? Je parts m'etablir a Hong Kong le 11 Septembre et ca serait ma derniere chance avant un bon bout! (... de voir Habsfan chaud! ) JC
  9. Montreal Croupiers Take Electronic Poker Table Battle to Court by PokerPages.com Mon, Jan 28th, 2008 @ 12:00am Three unions representing 1,450 croupiers at Quebec area casinos lodged a request with Quebec Superior Court to force the board that regulates gambling in the province, the Regie des alcools des courses et des jeux, to address complaints that the 25 automated electronic Texas Hold'em poker tables installed Jan. 18 at the Montreal Casino are illegal. The croupiers, who have been without a contract since Dec. 21, 2006, are in ongoing discussions with the Societe des casinos du Quebec. The croupiers say the tables are illegal and charmless. The PokerPro tables, made by PokerTek, a North Carolina USA-based company, do not meet Quebec's legal requirement that slot machines be pure games of chance, said Jean-Pierre Proulx, a spokesperson for the croupiers union, affiliated with the Quebec Federation of Labour. Proulx maintains that poker has a large element of strategy as well as chance, so should not be treated the same as a slot machine. The union has been waiting for a ruling from the Regie on the legality of the machines. 43 Electronic Tables Already Installed Besides the 25 automated poker tables installed at the Montreal, 13 have been installed at Lac Leamy in Gatineau and 5 in Charlevoix. According to Vito Casucci, a spokesman for Pokertek, the machines can deal 50 per cent faster than human dealers, allowing customers to spend their money faster. The union is concerned that casino staff may consequently lose their jobs and that the new poker rooms represent a trend toward more electronic games. According to a union spokesperson, the Regie has steadfastly refused to meet with them or confirm that a complaint against the introduction of the dealer-free machines has been lodged. The union filed a complaint with Quebec's alcohol and gaming regulator Dec. 7, arguing that the absence of a human dealer makes the tables illegal under Quebec law. "We are asking the court to make a ruling that the Regie has to meet with us," union spokesperson Jean-Pierre Proulx said. "They have not responded to our demands, they put our lawyer on hold and said they have no file of our complaint. Technically, the Regie is not doing their job." He said the croupiers' unions, affiliated with the Quebec Federation of Labour and representing workers from Montreal, Gatineau and Charlevoix, complained to the Regie twice in December and twice this month. Regie spokesperson Rejean Theriault said receipt of the complaints was acknowledged but the situation could not be analyzed until the machines were opened Jan. 18. "It's like investigating a murder when there's no body," Theriault said. http://www.pokerpages.com/poker-news/news/montreal-croupiers-take-electronic-poker-table-battle-to-court--30339.htm
  10. DRAXIS To Construct Second Facility In Montreal Area November 27, 2007: 10:14 AM EST DOW JONES NEWSWIRES DRAXIS Health Inc. (DRAX) has initiated construction of a 77,000-square-foot secondary packaging and warehousing facility in the Montreal area to help it meet its obligations under its contract to produce a broad portfolio of multiple non-sterile specialty semi-solid products for Johnson & Johnson (JNJ). DRAXIS said it expects the new facility to be completed by mid-2008. The new facility is being built by Montreal developer Broccolini Construction Inc. specifically to meet the needs of DRAXIS with respect to this major contract. It will be owned by Broccolini Group of Cos. and leased to DRAXIS under a seven-year agreement with options to renew. Initially, DRAXIS plans to have about 50 employees at this second Montreal- area facility, part of the 80 to 100 employees that it will hire for this contract. The contract to produce semi-solid specialty products calls for commercial production to start in 2009 and initially run for five years to the end of 2013. DRAXIS, Mississauga, Ont., is a pharmaceutical company. -Carolyn King; 416-306-2100; AskNewswires@dowjones.com
  11. International Privacy Experts Meet in Montreal 9/7/2007 The privacy world will be in the spotlight as international privacy practitioners meet in Montreal to face rapidly changing technologies and heightened national security concerns. The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada is hosting the 29th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners in Montreal from September 25 to 28th. Among the topics to be explored are: public safety, globalization, Radio Frequency Identification, nanotechnology, children and privacy, location-based tracking, data mining and Internet crime. Conference organizers say speakers include: - Michael Chertoff, Secretary of the US Department of Homeland Security, who will give a keynote address on privacy and public security. - Peter Fleischer, Google's global privacy counsel. - Bruce Schneier, internationally renowned privacy and security guru and best-selling author of books such as Beyond Fear: Thinking Sensibly about Security in an Uncertain World and Secrets and Lies. - Katherine Albrecht, widely recognized as one of the world's leading experts on consumer privacy for her work as director of CASPIAN (Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering), an organization she founded to address retail privacy invasion. - Simon Davies, a pioneer of the international privacy arena and the founder and director of the watchdog group Privacy International. The complete program and speakers list are available at: www.privacyconference2007.gc.ca.
  12. Thursday, August 23rd, 2007 Areva T&D Canada adding 94 jobs as it consolidates operations near Montreal Canadian Press MONTREAL (CP) - Areva T&D Canada is adding nearly 100 new jobs as it consolidates its Canadian operations in La Prairie, Que., southwest of Montreal. The energy company said the plant will be expanded by March 2008, primarily to meet the new needs of its systems business unit. "The consolidation will make it possible to better meet the needs of our clients, present and potential, and increase of commercial synergies in a market where reaction and response time are essential to success," president Greg Farthing said in a release. "Furthermore, this reorganization will help us to respond to a growing number of clients who want integrated turnkey solutions consisting of products manufactured by several business units." The Quebec plant will eventually house more than 300 employees. A facility in nearby St-Leonard will be closed. The company said the consolidation follows the launch of its new systems group business unit, HT shop layout, acquisition of new tools for the production of high-tension circuit breakers and disconnectors, implementation of new manufacturing software and the strengthening of its sales force in Canada. Areva provides technological solutions for carbon dioxide-free power generation and electricity transmission and distribution. The Canadian company is a division of French nuclear giant Areva.