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  1. The Canadian government is changing the rules on foreign ownership of airlines in Canada. They can now own up to 49% of an airline up from 25%. So it is a possibility that Porter will be bought. The other new small discount players could also be bought and give more access to Canadians. Also I saw a few days ago that Southwest Airlines is looking to fly into Canada in the future. Time will tell how things turn out. It would be nice to have a carrier similar to Ryanair operate within Canada.
  2. Montreal to host conference on reducing growth BY MICHELLE LALONDE, GAZETTE ENVIRONMENT REPORTER http://www.montrealgazette.com/business/Montreal+host+conference+degrowth/6600947/story.html MONTREAL - Just as events are forcing Quebecers to debate some fundamental questions about our economy and our future, five Montreal universities happen to be hosting a weeklong conference on “degrowth” – a movement that questions whether economic growth should be our society’s primary goal. “Degrowth is an attempt to force us out of this lock-step way of thinking that growth is always good,” s
  3. Bonjour! On parle souvent du secteur coin Saint-Laurent et Sainte-Catherine à cause de ses nombreux bâtiments en mauvais état et de tous ses terrains vagues. Je me disais que ce serait bien de faire quelque chose pour unifier ce secteur et l'embellir. En même temps, je trouve que le petit parc Hydro-Québec à l'ouest de la maison du développement durable, bien que très beau et très agréable, termine trop brutalement sur un stationnement. Voici donc ma proposition pour réunifier le secteur. Un fil conducteur qui commencerait sur la place de la paix, traverserait un éventuel nouveau bâti
  4. Article by FDI intelligence (financial times) Rankings: 1. New York City 2. Sao Paulo 3 Toronto 4.MONTREAL 5. Vancouver 6. Houston 7. Atlanta 8. San Francisco 9. Chicago 10. Miami "Canadian cities Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver ranked third, fourth and fifth, respectively, and performed particularly well in the attraction of knowledge-intensive FDI. All three locations were among the top 20 key destination and source cities for FDI. With the exception of New York, Montreal-based companies invested in more FDI projects than other city in the Americas region" "Business fri
  5. http://www.newcitiesfoundation.org/fr-evenements-new-cities-summit/ http://www.newcitiesfoundation.org/new-cities-summit/ New Cities Foundation NEW CITIES SUMMIT The New Cities Summit, our flagship event, is the leading global event on urban innovation. The Summit brings together the top entrepreneurs, innovators, change-makers, CEOs, policy makers, investors and thinkers in this space. Our Next New Cities Summit New Cities Summit Montréal 2016 The Age of Urban Tech http://www.newcitiessummit2016.org Our Past New Cities Summits New Cities Summit Jakarta 2015 Sei
  6. Mark is probably the best person to answer this question. Is TK limited to 3x weekly at YUL? or is that just the airlines choice. What does the future hold for them at YUL?
  7. Montréal, terre d'accueil de Future Earth Publié le 11 juin 2014 à 08h48 Une organisation internationale visant à coordonner les recherches mondiales sur les changements climatiques vient de choisir Montréal pour s'y installer. Future Earth, qui compte notamment l'UNESCO et le Programme des Nations unies pour l'environnement parmi ses commanditaires, établira une partie de ses activités dans la métropole québécoise. L'information n'a toutefois pas encore fait l'objet d'une annonce officielle, et les partenaires impliqués se sont faits avares de commentaires, hier. C'est le scie
  8. 6605 Hochelaga, coin Langelier. 3 1/2 et 4 1/2 près du métro Langelier. Je trouve que le projet a vraiment un beau design. Malheureusement, les photos sont très petites. Une de ces photos est en + gros dans la revue ''condo direct'' et elle permet de mieux apprécier l'évocation du future design.
  9. Publié le 11 mai 2009 à 16h10 | Mis à jour à 18h34 Le Québec se joint à la future Bourse du carbone François Cardinal La Presse Le gouvernement Charest fera un pas de plus vers la création d'un vaste marché du carbone nord-américain en déposant mardi un projet de loi en ce sens. Sans attendre Ottawa, Québec jettera les bases de sa participation au futur programme de plafonnement et d'échanges de droits d'émissions de gaz à effet de serre, qui doit entrer en vigueur en 2012. Lors d'un discours prononcé mardi à Montréal, la ministre de l'Environnement, Line Beauchamp, précisera
  10. Ca prenait un fil pour discuter du métro je trouve... Avec la densification de l'ile des soeurs ainsi que le project de 1.3$milliard pour Griffintown, je crois qu'une ligne pour cibler ces deux régions pourrait être une bonne idée. Ca ne serait pas totalement absurde. 1. Encourage development to the south east, which is the future extension of Montreal's CBD anyway 2. Encourage growth via transit-oriented development Voici mon ébauche. (Puisque la carte du métro est stylisée, les emplacement des stations sur la carte ne correspondent pas éxactement a 100% aux lieux réels.) Wha
  11. Future Shop va presque tripler le nombre de ses ouvertures de magasins en 2008 au Québec et veut doubler sa part des ventes d'électroménagers. Pour en lire plus...
  12. Provinces to clear way for workers MARIANNE WHITE, Canwest News Service Published: 7 hours ago Canada's premiers and territorial leaders reached a deal yesterday to remove labour mobility barriers across Canada beginning next year. The agreement, inked at the Council of the Federation meeting in Quebec City, will make it easier for workers trained in one province to do their job in another province. "We believe working people and their families want to have a situation where they do not have to go through 13 separate accreditation processes, but rather one accreditation proces
  13. Le MTQ projète de compléter l'élargissement du pont MGR-Langlois (en réalité quatre structures), de telle sorte que la r-201 entre l'A-20 (Coteau) et l'A-30 (future A-530) serait entièrement à quatre voies. Le tout évidemment sujet aux consultations et évaluations environnementales "habituelles". Je n'ai rien contre! Toutefois, je me sens intrigué, considérant le futur pont de l'A-30 qui rejoindra l'A-20 approximativement au km 29, soit 15 km en aval de l'échangeur A-20/r-201. Comme le premier sera à péage, et non le second, je me demande bien si une telle amélioration de la r-201 ne nu
  14. À l'Exception de quelques geeks et financiers, peut de gens ici connaissent le concept du Bitcoin (Monnaie web open-source, sans banque, sans gouvernement attaché), même les médias traditionnels n'en parle pas du tout, pourtant, Montréal semble vouloir devenir une mini capitale de cet argent virtuel, selon un forum important du sujet. Source: Bitcointalk We are excited about the interest building around the establishment of the Bitcoin Embassy in Montreal and we have been working hard, putting together a team and organizing as we prepare to officially open our doors. The Bitcoin
  15. Opinion dans la Gazette. Cooper: Can Montreal become a ‘future city?’ BY CELINE COOPER, SPECIAL TO THE GAZETTE APRIL 8, 2013 Revellers at this year’s Nuit Blanche warm up by the fire at Montreal’s Quartier des spectacles. In his new book A History of Future Cities, Daniel Brook writes: “The true city of the future is not simply the city with the tallest tower or the most stunning skyline but one that is piloted by the diverse, worldly, intelligent people it assembles and forges.” Can Montreal be one of these? Photograph by: Tim Snow , The Gazette MONTREAL — Wh
  16. New York City at top of the list for this year according to Economist's FDI magazine. Toronto at no.5, Montréal at no 9 for major American cities. Source: http://www.fdiintelligence.com
  17. Twitter and Foursquare data shows where the well-to-do are likely to move next. Do you dread the thought of gentrification jacking up real estate prices (and stifling culture) in your neighborhood? In the future, you might only need to keep tabs on social networks to know when your part of town is changing -- British researchers have learned that Foursquare check-ins and Twitter posts can help predict gentrification. If many people start visiting unfamiliar locations in materially-deprived neighborhoods (say, trendy new restaurants) with their friends, that's usually a good sign that th
  18. Huge news! Days of Future Past that was shot here in 2013 grossed $745 million worldwide and cost over $200 million to shoot. The new film's budget could be $250 million + Starring Jennifer Lawrence, Hugh Jackman, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Nicholas Hoult, Channing Tatum. Rumours of the original cast of Ian McKellen, Anna Paquin, Patrick Stewart, Halle Berry returning are also in the air. http://www.cjad.com/cjad-news/2014/09/04/x-men-returning-to-montreal
  19. Per this article in The Gazette: http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/Montreal+picked+five+hubs+Future+Earth+project/10008798/story.html Montreal has been selected as one of five global hubs for a United Nations project called Future Earth, an ambitious 10-year initiative to build and connect international research on the environment and sustainable development — and to find ways to intensify and accelerate the impact of that research. It is a united, international effort to create sustainability and advance scientific study on questions of environmental impact, to merge science and
  20. Il semble que la deuxième phase ne sera pas la tour finalement. Mod : est-ce que vous voulez créer un nouveau fil avec mon message et changer le nom de celui-ci pour "phase 3" ou "phase future"? EDIT monctezuma : c'est fait Source : LeTravailleur, SSP
  21. Montreal ranks well in this survey, but still behind Toronto: http://www.cbc.ca/news/pdf/american-cities-of-the-future.pdf
  22. I haven't seen this article posted anywhere. Given the challenges presented with putting up the Mackay project I suspect this doesn't bode well for future tall development. Megaproject proposals put Montreal at 'major crossroads': founder Lambert http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/think+tank+will+conscience+mayor/2104533/story.html
  23. We just need to add Alaska, Guam, Turks & Caicos and the US Virgin Islands :D It be beautiful. If this ever happened. Guess the White House could be in Texas somewhere or something.
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