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  1. Montreal has a hot brand City should plug culture: minister By LYNN MOORE, The GazetteFebruary 21, 2009 Montreal should be "branding" itself as a major cultural and creative capital using institutions such as the Canadiens, the Montreal Symphony Orchestra and Montreal International Jazz Festival, Quebec's minister of economic development told a gathering of business leaders. The global finance crises has exasperated setbacks such as the loss of the Grand Prix Formula 1 racing event while continuing job and production cuts by major companies have shaken citizens and business leader
  2. Le plus grand manufacturier au Canada d'électroménagers de marques comme GE et Hot Point a décidé de transférer au Mexique 30% de sa production et même sa recherche et développement. Pour en lire plus...
  3. http://inside-digital.blog.lonelyplanet.com/2011/06/22/is-this-the-worlds-best-summer-city/ click the link to see the ranking
  4. Have you ever stopped to buy a hot dog on the street in New York, Toronto or any other big cities? When I was in Toronto, I really loved those street vendors! Plus, their hot dogs were amazing! They were really delicious! I wish we had those in Montreal! What about you? -------- Est-ce qu'il vous ai déjà arrivé d'arrêter vous acheter un hot dog dans les rues de New York, de Toronto ou de n'importe quelle autre ville? Lorsque j'ai été à Toronto, j'ai beaucoup aimé m'arrêter pour manger un hot dog! Ils étaient si bons en plus! J'aimerais ça que Montréal ai aussi des vendeurs de
  5. Hot new Vdara hotel might be a little bit TOO hot Bill Pintas was vacationing in Las Vegas when he decided to stay at the swank new Vdara hotel, a curvy 57-story tower owned by MGM Resorts. He was sitting at the pool when he encountered something alarming. He recalls, "I'm sitting there in the chair and all of the sudden my hair and the top of my head are burning. I'm rubbing my head and it felt like a chemical burn. I couldn't imagine what it could be." Like an ant under a magnifying glass, he remembers running to an umbrella, but being unable to escape the hot light. He recalls,
  6. http://www.montrealgazette.com/health/Montrealers+need+heated+sidewalks/4387020/story.html
  7. this is kinda old, but it's well written and pretty interesting from an 'historical' point of view, of sorts ... it's a 1999 washington post tourism piece, set in the context of a d.c. man visiting montreal, and going to a ball game "to see the team washington will probably inherit". it nicely highlights the city's unique attractions, all the while quite accurately summing up the general mood that surrounded baseball in montreal at the time. oh, and for extra sentimentality, read with in the background ... ----------------------------------- Montreal, Expos'd Visiting the
  8. Toronto a Hot Destination for U.S. Travellers January 31, 2012 Tourism Toronto has announced that 2011 was another record year for tourism in Toronto as the number of hotel room nights sold surpassed 9 million for the first time ever. Additionally, for the first time since 2006, Toronto has seen an increase in overnight visitors from the U.S. “Toronto has a new lustre among sophisticated U.S. travellers, illustrated by its inclusion as one of Travel + Leisure magazine’s ‘Hottest Destinations in 2012,’” said David Whitaker. “Getting that kind of recommendation is a real coup and we sho
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