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Recently went on a boat ride and happened to have the camera along, so i snapped up a few pictures! It was a dinning + dancing cruise down the Saint-Lawrence up to Varennes then back. Did my best, but i had to battle a moving boat, dirty window and sun at the wrong angle. One thing's for sure, i was pleasantly surprised at how fun this all was. I recommend taking those boat cruises, they're relatively inexpensive and a lot of fun! Sure the crowd dancing on the deck at night was a bit mixed (felt like i was at Thursdays) but the drinks were affordable and the food excellent! P.S. Leaving the dock Passing a ship Passing more of a ship Passing by old Montreal Passing by Montreal (on peut voir mon reflet dans la fenêtre, héhé) Encore Montréal Habitat 67 Serait le temps de faire de quoi avec ça! Parc Jean-Drapeau Parc Jean-Drapeau Sous le pont - Jacques-Cartier - l'on y danse, l'on y danse! Un autre angle Le soleil se couche à Varennes De retour à Montréal
I need to buy this book for a course I'm taking this semester. The Concordia bookstore does not have it in stock. It regularly costs $150. I then checked amazon.ca, and found it being sold there for $1.06!!! Only catch is that I have to wait 2-4 weeks for it to ship. But I think I can manage, because this course does not revolve around the text apparently. I placed an order with them for a grand total of $7, shipping included! For a business school, you would think that their prices would be more competitive!
Until 2007, I was optimistic. -Montreal posted some amazing job creation numbers from the period 1998-2007 -real estate market was booming -We had Griffintown/another office building or 2 on the horizon/an unemployment rate headed below 7% -Another 5 years of polticial stability So where are we heading? -Major projects have either been cancelled, deferred or scaled down (all of them except for the Quebec govt concert hall) griffintown/2.22/chum/muhc/701 university/1215 square philips -Creeping unemployment rate and higher CAD vs USD. -Immigration and language laws ensure that we get 2nd or 3rd most qualified applicants (Toronto gets most talented) -Quebec and Montreal governments are broke and can't stimulate the local economy without increasing their massive levels of debt -Foreign airlines continue to leave Montreal since 2000 (Iberia/Austrian Airlines/EL AL/Egyptair/CSA Czech) - meanwhile during this time Toronto attracted Austrian Airlines/Emirates/Jet Airways/Air India/Turkish Airlines/Lan Chile/EVA Airways (and more to come) -Lowest % of university graduates despite lowest cost for prospective students -Highest income tax rates in all of North America -Poor involvment of Quebec business in community (where are Power Corp / Bombardier like Rogers are to Toronto)? -Declining rank on top financial center charts -Political instability -Exodus of head offices continues -26 on 26 metro areas for GDP/Capital adjusted for PPP in North America. Where are we going people? How do we turn this ship around?