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  1. Dans le SFGate Montreal's quartet of cultures creates a colorful pattern Margo Pfeiff Updated 11:25 am, Friday, July 4, 2014 Tourists gather near the Basilique Notre-Dame in Montreal. Photo: Joanne Levesque, Getty Images The Ogilvy Piper makes his way through the jewelry section of the iconic department store at noon every day. Photo: Margo Pfeiff, Special To The Chronicle A room at Old Montreal's classic 18th century Hotel Pierre du Calvet. Photo: Margo Pfeiff, Special To The Chronicle Old Montreal's classic 18th century Hotel Pierre du Calvet. A terrace at an Old M
  2. Un autre article intéressant du Telegraph de Londres. Ils publient régulièrement des articles touristiques sur Montréal et le Québec, toujours très flatteurs, d'ailleurs. Montreal: a thrilling collision of cultures Part French, part English and a lot more besides, Montreal is stylish, intriguing, and full of joie de vivre, says Kathy Arnold. On a sunny Saturday morning, we stroll through the Quartier Latin. Apart from a few dogwalkers and the occasional cyclist, the streets are quiet. We take a table at an outdoor café, order café au lait and read through La Presse, the local new
  3. Je ne sais trop comment proposer une liste de noms et faire un sondage en bonne et dû forme. Je lance donc l'idée et quelques noms possibles: pont Champlain (statu-quo), pont Phyllis-Lambert, pont Jeanne-Mance, pont Marguerite-Bourgeois, tout autre nom. Et laisse le soin à MTLURB d'en faire la mise en page. A cet effet j'ai repris une partie du texte que j'ai publié aujourd'hui dans le fil du pont Champlain pour présenter mes motivations. Même si je m'étais opposé au changement de nom du pont Champlain, je reviens exceptionnellement sur ma décision. C'est en fait en guise de
  4. Publié le 20 décembre 2009 à 05h00 | Mis à jour à 05h00 Candidature au Forum universel des cultures: Québec affronterait Amman Ian Bussières Le Soleil (Québec) La Ville de Québec déposera cette semaine, avec l'appui des gouvernements du Québec et du Canada, sa candidature afin de présenter en 2016 le cinquième Forum universel des cultures, un événement de l'Organisation des Nations unies pour l'éducation, la science et la culture (UNESCO). Ce grand rendez-vous international comporte trois axes prioritaires, à savoir la diversité culturelle, le développement durable et le dével
  5. Goodbye, Canada As Canada Day approaches, a self-described 'Connecticut Yankee' reminisces about living and working north of the border Dave Burwick, National Post Published: Monday, June 30, 2008 Last U. S. Independence Day, I was listening to CBC Radio One and heard U. S. ambassador David Wilkins offer his views on life in Canada. As an American in Canada (at the time, I had been living and working in Toronto for about 18 months), I was curious to hear what he had to say. When asked what Americans can learn from Canadians, Wilkins responded with a resounding thud of an answer: "
  6. University draws inspiration from Chinese cultural heritage Following the concept of “Unity & Modernity”, the University Town Library and Administrative Centre in Shenzhen is the result of a winning design in an international limited competition. The facility was to become a "gateway icon" for the new campus shared by three graduate schools of renowned universities in China. The challenge involved putting three different banks of data under one roof as well as developing a unique approach to library design and knowledge sharing. The project was completed early 2007 and is open to
  7. Le groupe détient déjà plusieurs bannières de restauration rapide, dont Sushi Shop, Tiki-Ming, Veggirama, La Crémière, cultures et Caférama. Pour en lire plus...
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