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  1. (Courtesy of CBC News) I remember hearing about this about 1-2 years ago. I am just surprised it is not playing at the Segal theater.
  2. Story from BBC NEWS: http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/americas/8596627.stm Published: 2010/04/05 10:53:21 GMT © BBC MMX
  3. Je suis aller voir, dimanche passé, le match au centre Bell des Bulldogs de Hamilton (club école du Canadien) contre des Crunch de Syracuse (club école des Blue Jackets). J'avais bien sûr mon appareil... ...et on a perdu 3-2...
  4. There was another thread with an old picture of a Citroen DS parked next to the Sun Life building, circa 1971. I forget the thread though. Here's an ad with the same car driving around Montreal! The license plate looks like a 1968 Quebec plate (white on blue). It sure doesn't look like any 1970's plate, and DS/Citroen Canada stopped around 1974... Another one but less memorable city views:
  5. Netload.in (link) Interesting show. I would have posted a Megaupload file but there isn't one yet.
  6. Plateau Mont-Royal L'avenue du Parc en bleu et blancMise à jour le vendredi 28 mars 2008, 12 h 54 . L'avenue du Parc (archives) L'avenue du Parc sera fleurie aux couleurs du drapeau grec cet été. L'arrondissement Plateau Mont-Royal entend souligner le caractère hellénique de l'avenue du Parc, entre les rues Mont-Royal et Van Horne, en fournissant les bacs à fleurs de végétaux à la floraison bleue et blanche. Les 36 bacs à fleurs situés entre les avenues Mont-Royal et Van Horne seront composés d'Ageratum leilanii blue, Angelonia serena mélange, Anthirinum maximum blanche, Coleus palis
  7. http://westislandgazette.com/bluenotes/23052 Blue Notes Thursday, May 26, 2011 When did the decline of Montreal really start? posted by BOFarrell at 7h15 I spent some of my early childhood in the beaches area of Toronto. My father was in the marine insurance business. He, like many of his colleagues, would have to go up to Montreal once a month to meet with "head office." That was when Montreal was the largest inland ocean port in the world. That was when Montreal was in charge of the country. He used to bring me back Tintin books in French, thinking that it was a way to
  8. Cavendish LRT Van Horne LRT ??? LRT (NDG/CDG LRT) - Splits into two. Parc LRT I did not have a chance to extend the green line more west or any other LRT lines.
  9. Pale Blue Dot It’s the twentieth anniversary of the famous “pale blue dot” photo – Earth as seen from Voyager 1 while on the edge of our solar system (approximately 3,762,136,324 miles from home). Sagan’s words are always worth remembering: Look again at that dot. That’s here. That’s home. That’s us. On it everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of, every human being who ever was, lived out their lives. The aggregate of our joy and suffering, thousands of confident religions, ideologies, and economic doctrines, every hunter and forager, every hero and coward,
  10. (Désolé pour l'anglais les gars, mais je suis pressé et en français c'est plus long avec les accents sur le clavier que j'ai) So how do i go about petitioning the city to reconfigure a street? Boul. Sir Wilfred Laurier in St-Lambert, eastbound towards rue St-Louis, has this awful configuration that confuses people and causes constant scenarios of honking and near-accidents. - If you're on Laurier and you want to continue forward to St-Louis, you must stay in the right-most lane, which will turn into the only lane that lets you go forward to St-Louis. - If you're in the left-most l
  11. I would buy the best seats I possibly could for sure!! Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/sports/baseball/story/2011/04/06/sp-beeston-bluejays-montreal.html#ixzz1Inasrob6
  12. trouvé sur Cyberpresse.ca http://www.cyberpresse.ca/actualites/regional/montreal/200901/13/01-817367-un-nouvel-hippodrome-a-montreal.php Publié le 14 janvier 2009 Un nouvel hippodrome à Montréal? La Ville de Montréal souhaite développer les terrains de l'actuel hippodrome, situé près des autoroutes Décarie et Métropolitaine. Il n'y a presque plus d'activités hippiques dans l'ancien hippodrome, mieux connu sous le nom de Blue Bonnets. André Noël La Presse Un nouveau projet se dessine à Montréal: vendre les vastes terrains de l'hippodrome et, avec les profits de la
  13. Cutting to the chase Sean Fitz-Gerald, National Post Published: Wednesday, June 18, 2008 TORONTO -- If he had told the truth while walking into that south Florida bar that winter, in 1969, nobody would have stopped to listen. So Paul Godfrey lied, just a little, and introduced himself to the commissioner of Major League Baseball as a councillor from Toronto - and not from nearby North York, where he actually worked. Then he asked for a baseball team. "Son, where are we going to play?" Bowie Kuhn asked back. "Sir," Godfrey said, "you give us a team and we'll build you
  14. Molson Coors réduira sa production à Montréal 1 octobre 2008 - 07h03 La Presse Martin Vallières La brasserie Molson Coors se prépare à supprimer au moins 120 emplois à son usine de Montréal, où la production de bières sera réduite considérablement au cours des prochains mois. Cette contraction, la plus importante depuis la fusion de Molson et Coors en 2005, surviendra avec le transfert dans une brasserie américaine d'une bière produite à Montréal depuis trois ans. Cette bière, nommée Blue Moon, représente le quart de la quantité de bières brassées à l'usine de la rue Notre-Da
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