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  1. I just saw this story online, of all places it was on Global Toronto and Fox News Radio. No one is covering the story in Montreal. Police investigate death threats, racist Tweets of McGill student (Courtesy of Global Toronto) I do hope the student gets expelled and is never allowed to study at any university again. Plus what does he expect going to a conservative club meeting? It would be like me going to Nazi rally and dealing with all the anti-semitism, but I wouldn't be an idiot tweeting what he tweeted online.
  2. Bravo!! L’Institut Fraser réclame plus d’audace de la part de Québec Le 5 mars 2015 à 4h00 | Lise Millette / Agence QMIMise à jour le 5 mars 2015 à 4h00 La faiblesse de l’économie québécoise s’explique par la fragilité des finances publiques selon l’Institut Fraser, qui prône un solide coup de barre du gouvernement en matière de fiscalité et de réduction de la dette. Dans une étude publiée jeudi, l’Institut Fraser pointe l’endettement élevé et le régime fiscal non compétitif du Québec comme les principaux facteurs qui plombent l’économie québécoise. Le redressement est possible, mais
  3. http://montrealgazette.com/news/local-news/josh-freed-the-winds-of-change-are-blowing-and-they-just-might-transform-montreal The winds of change are blowing and they just might transform Montreal -WE NEED MORE ARTICLES LIKE THIS DAMMIT!
  4. Streetscapes | Exchange Place An Early Tower That Aspired to Greatness G. Paul Burnett/NYT By CHRISTOPHER GRAY Published: July 20, 2008 FIFTY-NINE stories does not seem like much now, but when planned in 1929, the City Bank-Farmers Trust Building was to be the tallest skyscraper in the world after the Empire State Building. With its sheer limestone facade, haunting sculptural treatment and rich marble halls, the building — which is being converted to residential use — is a surprising find on its cramped, odd-shaped block at Exchange Place, at the conjunction of Beaver, Hanover and W
  5. voila une bonne nouvelle! Green Cross Biotherapeutics investit 315M$ à Montréal Le 1 juin 2015 à 13h02 | ArgentMise à jour le 1 juin 2015 à 17h08 La société sud-coréenne Green Cross Biotherapeutics investit 315M$ à Montréal, dans la construction de son usine de fractionnement de plasma sanguin dont elle a procédé à la levée de la première pelletée de terre, lundi. Les installations, qui comprendront aussi le siège social nord-américain de l’entreprise et un centre de recherche, verront le jour au Campus Saint-Laurent de Technoparc Montréal, où sont situées 37 autres entreprises spéci
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