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  1. Le projet QUARTET CONDOS 13e AVENUEest situé à 10 minutes du Métro St-Michel, sur la même rue que l’École primaire Ste-Bibiane, à quelques pas du Collège Jean-Eudes et à 7 minutes à pieds du Cégep de Rosemont. En vivant en plein cœur de Rosemont et près de la Promenade Masson, vous aurez accès à toutes les commodités à distance de marche : marchés d’alimentation, pharmacies, restos, cafés, bistros, boutiques, piscines, parcs, écoles et encore plus… 5797, 13e Avenue, Montréal, H1X 2Y3
  2. I have wondered about this for quite sometime. A recent trip to europe only made me more aware of it. Why do we, in Montreal, have such large suburban trains? This in comparison to paris for example. here the new bimodal locomotives for the AMT as oposed to this: Pictured above is a Parisian RER train. They run on their own tracks as well as SNCF tracks. They appear to be between a conventional metro and a regular train in size. Meanwhile our AMT trains seem to be regional trains. I wondered why are OUR suburban trains so large and cumbersome, requiring locomotives and
  3. Au Japon, le téléphone mobile commence à remplacer les clés d'appartement Porte-monnaie électronique, carte de crédit, titre de transport... le téléphone portable se veut désormais. Au Japon, il sert même de clé. Le promoteur immobilier Anabuki va ainsi installer dans trente immeubles représentant 5.000 logements des serrures électroniques activées par un téléphone contenant une puce sans contact, selon un système développé par la société Index, nous apprend l'AFP. Anabuki, qui gère environ un millier d'immeubles au Japon, illustre ainsi l'adoption à grande échelle de ce type d'application,
  4. In the United States, you can never be more than 115 miles from a McDonalds, with most locations being closer to 20 miles or less. Alors je suis curieux - quelle est la distance de votre McDonalds / Tim Hortons le plus proche? Pull up Google Earth and use the straight-line measuring tool to find out! My closest McDonalds (straight line): 1.20km Second closest McDonalds (straight line): 1.32km My closest Tim Hortons (straight line): 1.33km Second closest Tim Hortons (straight line): 1.43km NOTE: Measure your distances in a straight line!
  5. Quelle est la proportion de votre travail que vous pouvez faire à l'extérieur des locaux de votre employeur, ou si vous travaillez à votre compte, à l'extérieur des locaux de votre client? Donnez des détails personnels si possible sur comment vous vous organisez pour faire le travail à l'extérieur.
  6. Photographer Chris Forsyth on the Montreal Metro, Going Underground, and Overlooked Architecture Montreal-based photographer Chris Forsyth doesn’t see his city the way others do — that much is evident from his body of work, which includes rooftop photos of the Montreal skyline, nocturnal shots taken from the arm of a crane and now, images from the underground. The Montreal Metro Project is Forsyth’s latest series, documenting the often overlooked architecture of the urban subway since October 2014. Composed of 68 stations, each designed by a different architect between the 60s and 70s,
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