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  1. http://www.icisource.ca/commercial_real_estate_news/ When NIMBYism is warranted, and when it isn’t Of course, the question is whether a proposed development, infill project or new infrastructure build really does pose a risk to these cherished things. Developers and urban planners must always be cognizant of the fact that there is a segment of the population, a fringe element, who will object to just about anything “new” as a matter of principle. I’ve been to many open houses and public consultations for one proposed project or another over the years. There is almost always tha
  2. A une émission de Radio-Canada, on parlait de véhicules élecltriques, dont des autobus entièrement électriques qui arrêteront à des bornes, le long de leur parcours, pour se recharger pendant 1 minute. L'expert disait que la technologie existe déjà, et que les trolley bus (et tramways j'imagine) étaient des technologies dépassées. On disait aussi que le Québec est particulièrement bien placé au niveau du moteur-roue, et des technologies de batteries, pour profiter de la nouvelle vague verte. Voici un exemple: Hybrid-Electric Design ZERO emissions (with hydrogen fu
  3. Rien à craindre de l'héroïne Le Devoir Pauline Gravel Édition du mercredi 18 février 2009 Mots clés : Clinique expérimentale NAOMI, Centre supervisé, Héroïne, Drogue, Colombie-Britannique (Province), Québec (province) L'installation d'un centre supervisé de distribution et d'injection de drogue serait sans effet pour les résidants du quartier Non seulement la clinique expérimentale NAOMI offrant de l'héroïne sous contrôle médical a-t-elle induit des effets positifs sur la clientèle qu'elle visait, mais en plus elle n'a eu aucun impact négatif sur le voisinage, révèle une étude c
  4. Au-delà des courbes de la Bourse, la crise financière a un impact réel sur les entreprises québécoises. Si un géant comme SNC-Lavalin estime pouvoir traverser sereinement la tempête, ce n'est pas le cas de plusieurs PME qui doivent trouver des fonds pour assurer leur survie. Pour en lire plus...
  5. La baisse continue des cours du pétrole depuis la mi-juillet tire l'indice boursier canadien vers le bas. Pendant ce temps, les pays membres de l'OPEP annoncent une réduction de la production pétrolière. Pour en lire plus...
  6. Au niveau des impôts, quelle est la difference entre la vente d'un immeuble qui est considérée comme un gain en capitale ou comme un profit d'entreprise?
  7. MONTREAL — Add “promoter of international soccer matches” to the dossier of the Montreal Impact. The Impact has officially landed Montreal France’s Champions Trophy, a one-game final between the winners of the French Championship and French Cup to be held on July 25 at Olympic Stadium. It will be the first time the Champions Trophy has been held outside France, and past winners include Bordeaux, Lyon, Nantes and Monaco. “The Impact is the promoter,” Impact vice-president Richard Legendre said. “As (Impact president) Joey Saputo has said, we think it’s the right timing to bring inte
  8. Growing ideas all the way from Montreal Yvonne Michie Horn, Special to The Chronicle Wednesday, August 8, 2007 sfgate_get_fprefs(); Long, cold winters and short summers made Montreal an unlikely mecca for gardeners. Then Flora came to town. In its second year, Flora winds along the banks of a derelict quay in the center-city Old Port district, revealing, in 10 acres of twists and turns, 49 innovative residential gardens matched with 24 "showcase" gardens spotlighting what's new in products, plant materials and design. Towering abandoned grain elevators serve as a
  9. Water plan for St. Lawrence unpredictable, critics charge Joint commission hearings. River levels might have to be artificially elevated, environmental coalition fears CHRISTOPHER MAUGHAN, The Gazette Published: 7 hours ago The environmental and economic impact of a proposed plan to change how water flows into the St. Lawrence River is potentially disastrous and in many ways unpredictable, critics said last night. The International Joint Commission - which manages how much water passes into the river from Lake Ontario - held public hearings in Montreal last night to discuss concerns
  10. Un prix prestigieux pour deux édifices montréalais 10 juillet 2008 - 06h00 La Presse Jean-François Cloutier L'édifice de la Caisse de dépôt à Montréal a été récompensé pour sa politique environnementale et son impact positif dans la communauté. Photo: Archives La Presse L'édifice de la Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec et le complexe Desjardins ont obtenu récemment le prix BOMA (Building Owners and Managers Association), une récompense prestigieuse qui n'avait pas été attribuée à un immeuble québécois depuis 20 ans. Décernés à Denver, au Colorado, ces prix internat
  11. Le déclin des prix du pétrole aura un impact sur l'économie du Canada, pour le meilleur et pour le pire, selon un analyste. Pour en lire plus...
  12. Rénovation de la caserne Létourneux, investissement de 10$M.
  13. Article intéressant... IMF debunks myth: Taxing rich not bad for economy OTTAWA -- A new paper by researchers at the International Monetary Fund appears to debunk a tenet of conservative economic ideology -- that taxing the rich to give to the poor is bad for the economy. The paper by IMF researchers Jonathan Ostry, Andrew Berg and Charalambos Tsangarides will be applauded by politicians and economists who regard high levels of income inequality as not only a moral stain on society but also economically unsound. Labelled as the first study to incorporate recently compiled figures comp
  14. Le ministre fédéral des Finances, Jim Flaherty, affirme que son budget du 27 janvier sera axé sur les dépenses, mais admet que cela aura un impact sur les finances publiques. Pour en lire plus...
  15. De ce côté-ci de l'Atlantique, le bras de fer entre la Russie et l'Ukraine n'a aucun impact direct sur le prix du gaz naturel, mais indirectement, ce conflit contribue à faire augmenter le prix du pétrole et du gaz partout sur la planète. Pour en lire plus...
  16. Rich Canadians have bigger carbon footprint Size matters. Study links national income, consumption JOHN MORRISSY, Canwest News Service Published: 8 hours ago When it comes to ecological footprints, wealthy Canadians are a confirmed size 12, creating a global warming impact 66 per cent greater than the average household, according to a new study by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. The study is the first to link national income and consumption patterns with global warming, and it showed that the richest 10 per cent of Canadians create an environmental footprint that's 2
  17. The Movement presented by AT&T, hosted by former MLS forward Calen Carr, is a new series from MLS Digital that explores the growing soccer movement and soccer culture in North America In Episode 1, Carr visits Montreal to learn about the city’s unique culture and history — on and off the field. Music: ROWJAY “KUNG FUN MARGIELA" A TRAPPIN APE SOUNDCLOUD.COM/ROWJAYCOB Special Thanks Impact Media Pat Vallee Jordano Aguzzi Yvan Delia-Lavictoire
  18. http://www.nationalpost.com/most-popular/story.html?id=1714603 This article hit the nail on the head. If a company were to make an ad poking fun at a woman for working at a job usually dominated by men, there would be a ton of complaints, lawsuits, etc. But men, and specifically fathers are fair game since they don't tend to complain about such things...
  19. Si la crise de crédit et la crise financière qui ont fait trembler l'immobilier américain et Wall Street finissent par avoir un impact sur le crédit au Canada, cet impact se fera sentir d'abord et avant tout sur la demande plutôt que sur l'offre. Pour en lire plus...
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    Upstate New York cities Back in business Hope grows in two cities more accustomed to disappointment Jun 30th 2012 | BUFFALO AND ROCHESTER | from the print edition THERE is an eerie beauty to Buffalo’s waterfront. Long-abandoned buildings and unused grain elevators stand along Lake Erie’s shore. General Mills is one of the few companies that still use it—the smell of Cheerios, a breakfast cereal, permeates the air. But newer life is springing up, too. Part of the harbour, near the centre of city, has been redeveloped as a 6.5-acre (2.6-hectare) spread of parks and monuments. Twenty
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