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YMQ last won the day on January 19 2018

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  1. YMQ


    Truly remarkable project. Finally a real estate development with vision in this city. Can somebody do a before and after comparison.
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    Competition is always a good thing. This is what some of the posters on mtlurb simply can't grasp.
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    Excited for Royalmount.. it may force others to innovate, and for the city of Montreal to be more competitive (taxes/views on mobility).
  4. This is fantastic news! Need big names like this in our fair city.
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    Very happy to see this project in full force. Go RoyalMount!!
  6. What a joke. How to protect 3,000 jobs without investing a cent...
  7. Think of the 10,000 or so employees who make good salaries - think about the ecosystem in Quebec that comes around Bombardier. The supply chain around Bombardier here in Montreal is massive. Put the aerospace business in the hands of a foreign entity, no guarantee production and the supply chain stays in Quebec for the long-haul. This is high stakes for the Quebec economy.
  8. Great. So Montreal and Canada will become a hotbed of video games, p**n companies, and multimedia studios. We won't make airplanes or trains - we won't be a global champion of anything other than high taxes... be real for a second.
  9. The future is very bleak - and the next step is bankruptcy or a full divestment of Bombardier's assets. This is not a joke nor hyperbole. The future of Quebec's aerospace sector is playing out here - and there's a lot to be worried about. Bombardier aerospace is not powerful alone to pay off the debt of this company. We can't afford to lose another head office, and what's left of the Canadian economy? Legault and Fitzgibbon needs to play this well.
  10. Very very sad. https://www.journaldemontreal.com/2020/01/20/les-sieges-sociaux-de-bell-et-molson-de-plus-en-plus-vides Aucun haut dirigeant de Molson a Montreal. These are real problems.
  11. Je pense, comme toujours, que tu as manquer le point. Dans tout notre debat, j'ai toujours dit que la priorite pour Air Canada etait de maximizer le development de leur plaque tournante a Toronto et Vancouver en premier temps. Ceci sont des marches beaucoup plus important que Montreal. Apres ceci, Air Canada developerait Montreal. Et voila la resultat. Toronto et Vancouver on tous atteint leur altitude de crosiere, Montreal a encore beaucoup de catch-up a faire. C'etait aussi tres important de faire un post mortem sur l'histoire recent. Depuis Avril 2014 (vous savez qu'est ce qui est passer sur cette date), l'economie de Montreal va bon train. La confiance et la stabilite politique/economique de Montreal est de retour. Investir un dreamliner 787 a Montreal, c'est un risque capitale de plus de $200 million USD. On ne fait pas ceci sans stabilitie politique/economique, et sans une projection de croissance. Les transporteurs ne sont pas des OBNL ou une charite pour faire plaisir au peuple. Ils sont ici pour faire un profit. La tournure des evenements a fait en sorte que Montreal est un marche interessant - il faut saluer d'abord Air Canada et les acteur provinciaux qui ont changer la trajectorie de Montreal. C'est surtout pas les chialeur de mtlurb.com qui a changer le destin de YUL
  12. Air Canada will start a Montreal-Nashville daily flights starting in June 2020 with EMB175. Une tres bonne nouvelle!
  13. You should see what the Journal de Montreal is saying. The PLQ and Leitao are basically seen as traitors and immoral souls.
  14. Who said the sky is falling? Get a grip. We're saying that Quebec's economy is going to lose momentum due to lower demographic growth.