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  1. La gastronomie montréalaise rayonne dans le Food Arts Magazine! Un dossier de 12 pages sur la gastronomie mettant en vedette Normand Laprise et le Restaurant Toqué! a été publié en juillet dernier dans le magazine spécialisé Food Arts, bien connu des restaurateurs et des professionnels de la gastronomie aux États-Unis. Jim Poris, éditeur principal du magazine, a été accueilli par notre collègue Catherine Morellon en mars dernier. Il a ensuite mandaté la Montréalaise Lesley Chesterman pour l’écriture de l’article suite à sa visite. Bonne lecture! https://membres.tourisme-m
  2. St. Catherine Street: the changing of the guard Remember that little boutique where you bought the leather jacket 15 years ago? It’s gone. If you have not visited St.Catherine Street in Montreal since the early 1990s, you would not recognize it. Of the stores that were located in the prime area between Bishop and University, not more than fi ve are still in existence. The locallyowned stores are gone, replaced at first by national retail chains, which in turn are giving way to international chains. Storefront retail throughout North America has been in decline for many years. St. Cath
  3. Ahead: A brighter horizon for Cabot Square Plans due; Downtown area in search of an identity Source: The Gazette Cty councillor Karim Boulos is standing in the Canadian Centre for Architecture, airing his optimism over a scale model of what is known as "the Cabot Square area" - a part of the Peter McGill district he represents. But the Cabot Square area is also a stretch of Ste. Catherine St. that makes many Montrealers wince. The thoroughfare between Lambert Closse and Chomedey Sts. has been this city's version of a picture of Dorian Gray, a pastiche of boarded-up storefronts
  4. Siège social Rogers pour le Québec. Looks like I had a few left to upload .
  5. Historic Ogilvy's building could fetch $100M Groupe Devimco in negotiations to purchase Montreal landmark By Robert Gibbens, The GazetteJanuary 26, 2010 7:29 "Spoonman" Cyrille Esteve performs outside the landmark Ogilvy's building in Montreal. Le Groupe Devimco is reportedly in talks to buy the building for about $100 million.Photograph by: Phil Carpenter, The GazetteMONTREAL – The landmark Ogilvy's building on Ste. Catherine St. will probably be sold for about $100 million to Le Groupe Devimco, one of the backers of the big Quartier Dix30 lifestyle centre in Brossard, and p
  6. Hercule

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    Voici ce qui pourrait venir bientôt sur Sainte catherine... un magasin urbain...
  7. s McGill University becoming the Donald Trump of higher education? First the school purchased the Renaissance Hotel on Park Ave. in 2003 to turn it into a dormitory, and now it’s apparently in the market to buy the Four Points Sheraton on Sherbrooke St. W., two blocks east of the downtown campus. Science student Billi Wun, vice-president of the First Year Council, told the students’ society newspaper The McGill Tribune this week that FYC president Sean Husband confirmed the news. Husband, whom Wun described as the liaison with the First Year Office, informed the council there are n
  8. Les stars qui ont choisi de s'installer à Mont-Tremblant, comme Michael Douglas et Catherine Zeta-Jones, doivent un peu de leur qualité de vie à une petite entreprise. Pour en lire plus...
  9. Ste. Catherine St. has top lease rates Tied with Bloor St. in Toronto. Most expensive retail corridors in Canada By LYNN MOORE, The Gazette June 8, 2010 Toronto's Bloor St. and Montreal's Ste. Catherine St. are Canada's most expensive retail corridors, according to Colliers International's 2010 Global Retail Report, released yesterday. Ste. Catherine St. is tied in 32nd position with Toronto's Bloor St. on the global list of shopping hot spots. Merchants in the two most popular Canadian shopping areas pay an average lease rate of $300 per square foot, according to the
  10. Push for tidier city starting to pay off But more work to do, mayor says. 'If the streets look clean today, it's because of the rain we had Tuesday,' merchant maintains JAMES MENNIE, The Gazette Published: 4 hours ago As far as Raffi Kotchounian is concerned, if the streets aren't paved with cigarette butts it isn't so much because of an act of city council as an act of God. "I was walking down Ste. Catherine St. the Wednesday before the Grand Prix. The street was a mess - papers everywhere, garbage everywhere. ... It was filthy," Kotchounian said. "If the streets look clean
  11. http://www.radio-canada.ca/sujet/visuel/2012/09/13/002-metro-virtuel-quebec.shtml Et si Montréal n'était pas la seule ville au Québec à posséder un métro? Pour souligner la Semaine des transports collectifs et actifs, nous nous sommes demandé à quoi pourrait ressembler le réseau du métro de la ville de Québec s'il voyait le jour. Selon les nombreuses personnes consultées, le métro de Québec comprendrait cinq lignes, se croisant pour la plupart à la colline Parlementaire, dans ce cas située à l'édifice Marie-Guyart (complexe G), et couvrant une bonne partie des quartiers de Q
  12. http://www.radio-canada.ca/emissions/au_dela_des_murs/2011-2012/Chronique.asp?idDoc=224895&autoPlay= Au-delà des murs est une série de huit demi-heures documentaires qui porte un regard sur l'architecture à Québec en compagnie de Pierre Thibault, architecte québécois de réputation internationale, et de l'animatrice Catherine Lachaussée. Telle une balade vagabonde à Québec, ville de patrimoine par excellence en Amérique du Nord, chaque émission présente un thème qui a influencé et qui conditionne encore aujourd'hui notre architecture. Les animateurs vont ainsi à la rencontre d'a
  13. Why doesn't this city have more multi-level community parking? At least people can stop parking on the streets and needing to move their cars on different days or shovelling or even having their cars towed. Are we such a lazy bunch of morons, that can't walk 5-15 mins to get to our car? I know in some parts of the city, it be hard to do something like that, but it would be nice if they did it. Would be less cars on the road (parked) you can have more traffic flowing. It would be nice to have Sainte Catherine St either 4-lanes or two lanes in each direction. There is even some streets that
  14. August 7 to September 29, Quartier des Spectacles hosts an exhibition by Gabor Szilasi, a major figure in Canadian and Quebec photography. His elegant portrait of Sainte-Catherine Street in the 1970s includes 27 photos. At the corner of Clark and Ste. Catherine W.
  15. (Courtesy of The Montreal Gazette) This is the first part of three. Plus you get more visuals in the paper today.
  16. Festival Zoofest 17/07/2009 Une controverse linguistique vient assombrir les festivités entourant les festivals Juste Pour Rire et Zoofest. Un artiste anglophone a décidé, hier après-midi, de mettre la clé dans la porte de son théâtre, après avoir insulté et provoqué la colère de francophones qui demandaient à recevoir des informations en français. Eric Amber, qui a ouvert le Theatre Ste.Catherine en 2004, s’est retrouvé dans la tourmente à cause de deux courriels et de quelques gros mots anglais à quatre lettres. L’histoire a débuté par un envoi massif d’un courriel –
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