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  1. https://blog.cogecopeer1.com/why-montreal-is-fast-emerging-as-canadas-cloud-hub?utm_campaign=FY16%20Inbound%20GLOBAL%20Mar%20Colocation%20Digital&utm_content=31021264&utm_medium=social&utm_source=linkedin So, what makes Montreal attractive for tech startups and cloud providers? The city has low power and real estate costs, making Canada’s second largest financial center more attractive to Canadian organizations. The city’s cold climate is a big advantage. One of the largest costs of running a data center is providing cooling for hardware, and having a supply of freezing cold air for much of the year helps. Montreal, with a population of a million and a half, has a plentiful supply of engineers, and is home to the largest concentration of research complexes in Canada, so is not short of skilled workers. Then there is the abundant supply of green power. It is one of the most inexpensive means of generating electricity, and for organizations requiring power hungry SANs and scaled out storage, cheap power is more attractive than the cheap connectivity offered by a city with a peering exchange.
  2. Quelqu'un sait si les travaux de maconnerie qui sont en cours au magasin La Baie au centre-ville inclueront aussi le retour des fenêtres? Les fenêtres placardées sont affreuses et donnent à l'édifice une allure cheap? Il paraît qu'à l'exception du magasin de Winnipeg, tous les autres connaîtront une cure de rajeunissement. Quelqu'un a de l'information pertinente concernant Montréal?
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  5. http://montrealgazette.com/news/local-news/montreal-working-group-formed-to-improve-citys-business-outlook Montreal has considerable assets when we think of our quality of life, of our spot as the second largest pool of higher-education students in North America and certainly when we think of how safe it is…” Hubert said. There should be a working group that looks at how to retain students. It's all about retention. Students come here from abroad, live for cheap, party hard and then leave. Aside from high taxes, this should be highest priority.
  6. I've been looking at places in South Beach Miami near the ocean. Some of the places are dirt cheap. I ended up finding a place right on Ocean Drive for $419k USD which was 2 bedroom and 2 baths (1200 sq.ft). From the info if I am reading it correctly its full ownership of the unit
  7. I have a question: Why would city officials allow Segafredo to have a cheap terrace blocking half of the sidewalk on Ste-Catherine yet at the same time refuse to allow Apple to pay for 3 less parking spots in front of its store? It dosn't make any sense. Corruption or incompetence? I would like to hear your views on this. Thank you.
  8. I see these buildings a lot in the US, and a lot less in Canada. I know very little about architecture and I wonder if this is some kind of branch of postmodernism which has not been honoured with a name because most people consider it cheap. But then again, someone takes the time to design the skins of these buildings, right?
  9. C’est une disgrâce architecturale, Saint-Henri mérite mieux, tous les autres quartiers aussi. Ce projet n’a aucun sens, on parle d’architecture ou de développement à tout prix? Ce que je vois là c’est un hangar cheap de trois étages déposé sur une petite usine préexistante pour faire du cash vite fait. Oui au développement, oui au développement bien fait! SVP, ne pas confondre la qualité de l'illustration avec la qualité du projet