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  1. A votre avis, de quel endroit serait le meilleur point de vue pour appréciez la densité du Centre ville de Montreal? J aimerai faire une photo ou l on voit un centre ville compact mais ou devrais je me poster? Merci de votre aide...
  2. Le constructeur automobile japonais Nissan va développer et construire dans ses installations britanniques un nouveau modèle de véhicule compact qui devrait être introduit sur le marché dès 2010. Pour en lire plus...
  3. Solar power trash bins hit Montreal streets Last Updated: Monday, May 28, 2007 | 5:30 PM ET CBC News The BigBelly garbage cans use solar panels to generate power. (Steve Rukavina/CBC) The City of Montreal is going solar in its bid to clean up downtown streets. The Ville-Marie borough has launched a pilot project starring BigBelly, a "green" garbage can that uses cordless compaction technology. The sun-powered trash cans compact garbage using solar energy, and can hold up to five times the volume of regular garbage cans. Compacting garbage reduces the need for trash collection and could decrease the all-too-common Montreal sight of overflowing rubbish bins.
  4. Some of these suck because there's only so much you can do with a digital compact... even a high-end one