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  1. By Brendan Kelly, The Gazette November 5, 2009 7:02 PM Tammy Forsythe is a recipient of the Canada Council 2009 Victor Martyn Lynch-Staunton Awards. Photograph by: c/o Tammy Forsythe, MONTREAL - Several Montreal-based artists have won Canada Council for the Arts Victor Martyn Lynch-Staunton Awards. The winners include Montreal-based choreographer Tammy Forsythe, who founded her own company, Tusketdance, in 1996 and is currently working on Golpe, which will premiere in Montreal in May 2010. Also on the winners’ list is Montreal-based transdisciplinary duo 2boys.tv, which
  2. October 13, 2009, 2:53pm WASHINGTON, October 12, 2009 (AFP) - Cash-rich US researchers have again dominated this year's Nobel awards, but it seems identifying the nationality of laureates is not an exact science, and change may be on the way. On the face of things, the United States would top an Olympic-style medals table of Nobel prize wins. Eleven of this year's 13 laureates are citizens of the United States, winning five of the six Nobel awards up for grabs. Even President Barack Obama pocketed a medal. Since the end of World War II, the United States has scooped up 89 Nobel
  3. BMW Welt by Coop Himmelb(l)au wins best of Production at WAFl Awards 2008 BMW Welt, literally “the World of BMW”, is a hybrid exhibition and automobile delivery centre designed by Austrian practice Coop Himmelb(l)au. The multi-functional centre is divided in 5 key areas: Premiere, at the center of BMW Welt, where the vehicles are handed over to customers on rotating platforms, from where they can drive out of the building via a generously sized ramp; Lounge, integrated into the roof and virtually suspended over the delivery area, supported only by the utility service shafts and a colu
  4. Le magazine Canadian Architect vient de remettre ses prix d'excellence pour l'année 2007 (prix remis à des projets proposés ou en construction). Deux projets montréalais se distinguent: le Louis Bohème et le campus de Longueuil de l'université de sherbrooke. Le lien: http://www.canadianarchitect.com/issues/ISArticle.asp?id=77687&issue=12182007&btac=no ps: En passant, il me semble que ce serait bien d'avoir une section sur ce forum consacré essentiellement à l'architecture, au design et aux architectes montréalais. Juste une suggestion...
  5. L'entreprise hôtelière Groupe Germain a été récompensée pour le concept de la nouvelle bannière Hôtels ALT, lancée en septembre 2007. Le Groupe a reçu une distinction des Worldwide Hospitality Awards pour «le meilleur concept innovant en hôtellerie moyenne gamme». Pour en lire plus...
  6. http://www.journaldemontreal.com/2013/05/25/laval-est-couronnee-ennuyante Honestly I'm more shocked that Ottawa keeps making it to the top of these lists. They have a splendid downtown, shitloads of museums, tons of great concerts, etc.
  7. Michael Jackson dies leaving legacy of award-winning music Michael Jackson, who died today at age 50, ruled the music world throughout the 1980s, selling millions of records and concert tickets and dubbing himself the "King of Pop." And while Michael Jackson won multiple times at such popularity contests as the American Music Awards and the MTV Awards, he also earned the respect of his peers in the music industry with his 13 Grammy Awards. Michael Jackson Grammy Awards Thriller Death News 1357986 After striking out on his own from the Jackson Five, Jackson won his first Grammy in 1980 for
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