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  1. http://www.ruefrontenac.com/nouvelles-generales/politiquemunicipale/29511-un-plan-de-stationnement-avant-gardiste
  2. Les prix du pétrole brut ont continué à baisser mercredi dans la matinée, touchant de nouveaux creux depuis début 2007, sans que les prévisionnistes n'osent vraiment désormais prédire jusqu'où la chute peut amener les prix. Pour en lire plus...
  3. La banque d'affaires américaine a annoncé un bénéfice net en très forte baisse au troisième trimestre, mais continue de réaliser des performances meilleures que prévu par les analystes. Pour en lire plus...
  4. Le repli de la demande étrangère a tout particulièrement touché les secteurs de l'automobile et des produits de la forêt. Pour en lire plus...
  5. La radio continue de prospérer au pays malgré la présence de plusieurs solutions de remplacement comme la radio par satellite, la radio par Internet ou les baladeurs numériques. Pour en lire plus...
  6. Cette performance surpasse aisément les attentes de Wall Street, sa division des services ayant continué à bien faire en dépit du malaise économique qui prévaut aux États-Unis. Pour en lire plus...
  7. L'économie chinoise a continué d'enregistrer un taux de croissance à deux chiffres au premier semestre mais la hausse des prix sème l'inquiétude. Pour en lire plus...
  8. Stewart Museum shuts for $4.5-million refit To reopen in 2010; military drills continue The Gazette Published: 9 hours ago The Stewart Museum in the Old Fort on Île Ste. Hélène has closed for 18 months for a $4.5-million renovation program. The museum, which attracts about 60,000 visitors a year, is housed in a 188-year-old building that needs to be upgraded to meet 21st-century standards. "It means bringing the building up to scratch," said Bruce Bolton, executive director of the Macdonald Stewart Foundation, which rents the facility from the city. The work will include the installation of elevators, new windows and a sprinkler system. Another $500,000 will be spent to refurbish the permanent collection of artifacts, which hasn't been touched since 1992. The city has leased the property to the Macdonald Stewart Foundation since 1963 for use as a military and maritime museum. In 1985 it became the Macdonald Stewart Museum, and in the '90s became simply the Stewart Museum in the Old Fort. The museum is expected to re-open in May 2010. When it does, it will offer a revised educational program of activities. "In the past we offered quite a few group activities, perhaps too many, so we plan to clean up the act," said Sylvia Neider Deschênes, the museum's communications chief. The museum will be closed, but the military drills in the parade square will continue. "We will not touch the two ceremonial military regiments, the Compagnie franche de la Marine and the 78th Fraser Highlanders," Neider Deschênes said. "That's one program that sets us apart from other museums. We're adamant about keeping them. All the military animation programs will run next summer."
  9. La Réserve fédérale américaine (Fed) envisage de continuer à baisser son taux d'intérêt directeur et de mettre en place de nouvelles facilités de crédit, alors que les conditions des marchés financiers ont continué à se détériorer, affirme lundi le Wall Street Journal. Pour en lire plus...
  10. En l'espace d'un an, le nombre de saisies de logements aux États-Unis a augmenté de 48%, selon les données fournies par l'agence immobilière Realty Trac. Pour en lire plus...
  11. CN sells Montreal station for $355-million Reuters September 19, 2007 at 5:26 PM EDT VANCOUVER — — Canadian National Railway Co. [CNR-T]agreed Wednesday to sell its Central Station complex in Montreal to Homburg Invest Inc., [HII.A-T]but will keep its headquarters in the facility. CN Rail said it expects to get $355-million for the downtown Montreal property, and will lease back the 17-storey office building that houses its headquarters. The sale and long-term lease deal will also allow the station's passenger facility to continue being used by commuter trains, Via Rail Canada and Amtrak, Canadian National said. Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. announced last month that it also wants to sell its Windsor Station in Montreal as part of a plan to monetize the value of its real estate assets.
  12. La montée continue, mais le rythme d'ascension ralentit. Le prix moyen des maisons de la région de Montréal continuera de croître dans la seconde moitié de l'année, mais avec plus de modération. Pour en lire plus...
  13. Les économistes de cette institution financière s'attendent à ce que la faiblesse continue de l'économie américaine ralentisse la croissance au Canada cette année. Pour en lire plus...
  14. Les mises en chantier de logements et le nombre de permis de construire délivrés aux États-Unis ont continué de chuter en octobre pour atteindre leur plus bas niveau en plus de 48 ans de publication de ces deux indicateurs. Pour en lire plus...
  15. Les prix à la consommation ont continué de reculer en décembre aux États-Unis, mais leur baisse a ralenti à 0,7%. Pour en lire plus...
  16. La crise économique continue d'avoir des effets négatifs sur l'emploi au pays, avec un recul constaté de 34 000 postes pendant le mois de décembre. Pour en lire plus...
  17. Verdun continue à se développer et à se densifier de belle façon. Rien de spectaculaire mais pas moche non plus. http://www.groupevistacorp.com/projets-condo/Condos-B5-NOUVEAU-PROJET-DE-CONDOS-A-VERDUN-PROCHE-DE-METRO-JOLICOEUR-VERDUN.html?ProjetID=99
  18. L'activité dans les services a continué de se contracter légèrement en juillet avec un indice ISM à 49,5 points, ce qui est une bonne surprise pour les analystes. Pour en lire plus...
  19. Tories looking for ways to cut gas price DANIEL LEBLANC Globe and Mail Update July 30, 2008 at 2:01 PM EDT LÉVIS, Que. — The Conservative Party will look over the next two days for ways to bring down the price of gas even though there is no room for major tax cuts, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said. Speaking to reporters Wednesday morning, Mr. Flaherty said his constituents have clearly told him about the impact of high gas prices on their household budgets in recent weeks. However, Mr. Flaherty cautioned that “this is a time of economic slowdown” and that his government has no plans to drastically change its course in coming months. “This is not a year for big new spending projects or big new tax reductions,” he said. Still, Mr. Flaherty said that the Conservative caucus will be exploring solutions to high gas prices at its current two-day meeting, including looking at a variety of tax measures that will be proposed by MPs. However, Mr. Flaherty shot down the notion that he could use $4-billion in revenue from a recent auction of wireless spectrum to send cheques directly to taxpayers to offset their heating bills. Mr. Flaherty said it is likely that a portion of the auction funds will be used to pay down the debt. “Our preference is to have structural change,” he said. “You can't spend your way out of a situation like this.” On law and order, Justice Minister Rob Nicholson and Public Safety Minister Stockwell Day showed that the Conservatives will continue to press for tough measures against criminals as a way to differentiate themselves from its political opponents. “We are alone on this,” Mr. Nicholson said, promising to toughen the Youth Criminal Justice Act. Mr. Day said his government is also looking to improve security in prisons, including getting rid of rules that prevent the government from forcing inmates to work or that hinder proper searches for drugs in prisons. On federal-provincial relations, Transport Minister Lawrence Cannon said his government will continue to foster the autonomy of the provincial governments in their areas of jurisdiction. Mr. Cannon, who is the Quebec lieutenant in the Harper government, said his party's position is clearly different from the Bloc Québécois's focus on sovereignty and the Liberal Party's centralizing view. “Our autonomy position as a political party is to respect the Constitution as it was written,” he said. Conservative MP Maxime Bernier also addressed reporters, saying he has nothing more to say about the controversy over his relationship with Julie Couillard, a woman who had relationships with a number of people tied to criminal biker gangs.
  20. Les actions du géant des télécoms ont continué leur glissade, mardi, alors que les investisseurs craignaient que la crise menace la prise de contrôle du conglomérat au coût de 52 G$. Pour en lire plus...
  21. Plusieurs Canadiens rêvant de posséder leur propre maison font face à un important obstacle financier, plus particulièrement depuis que le prix des maisons continue d'augmenter. Pour en lire plus...