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  1. Jean-Sébastien Marsan 04-09-2014 | 11h18 MONTRÉAL - Les tarifs hôteliers à Montréal ont grimpé de 9 % en moyenne au cours des six premiers mois de 2014 comparativement à la même période en 2013. La métropole s'est même hissée en tête de liste des villes où les voyageurs canadiens ont payé le plus cher pour un hôtel cinq étoiles, avant Tokyo et Los Angeles. C'est ce que révèle le service de réservation d'hébergement en ligne Hotels.com dans son plus récent Hotel Price Index, publié mercredi. Cet indice, fondé sur les réservations effectuées sur le site web Hotels.com et sur les pr
  2. Korean Air, a unit of South Korea’s Hanjin Group, has an agreement with Los Angeles developer Thomas Properties Group to develop the Wilshire Grand pending city approval. Construction is proposed to begin in 2011, with completion in 2014. Above, a sprawling view of downtown Los Angeles. Korean Air a annoncé son projet de créer un nouvel hôtel de luxe à Los Angeles, ainsi que des bureaux et un complexe résidentiel. Korean Air, qui possède également trois hôtels en Corée et à Hawaï, a acheté le Wilshire Grand Hotel, en 1989. La compagnie aérienne va construire à la place du bâtiment act
  3. Le groupe de presse américain qui détient le Los Angeles Times et le Chicago Tribune serait au bord du dépôt de bilan. Pour en lire plus...
  4. A, B ou C? Photo Pénélope Fortier Nicolas Berubé La Presse Los Angeles C'est un détail qui pique la curiosité: à Los Angeles, tous les restaurants affichent dans leur vitrine un certificat arborant une grosse lettre bien visible. En se promenant en ville, on voit beaucoup de «A», mais aussi des «B» et quelques «C». Pas de «D», par contre. Quand un restaurant obtient un «D», il est aussitôt fermé par les services sanitaires du comté. La «cote» affichée est le résultat des inspections de salubrité. Le système a vu le jour il y a 10 ans, faisant de L.A. la première grande
  5. Un condo vendu 47 millions: record à Los Angeles Le condo vendu 47 millions occupe les deux derniers étages d'une tour en construction et offre une vue à 360 degrés. Il sera possible de voir la mer à l'ouest, des gratte-ciel du centre-ville de Los Angeles à l'est, et la chaîne de montagnes Santa Monica au nord. Photo archives Reuters Le mardi 5 août 2008 Nicolas Bérubé La Presse Los Angeles Un pied-à-terre à L.A., ça vous dit? Si c'est le cas, vous pouvez dire adieu à l'appartement qui occupe les deux derniers étages de la tour Century, en construction près du boulevard Santa
  6. Charest patrouille le ciel de L.A. Nicolas Bérubé La Presse Publié le 05 octobre 2009 à 07h18 | Mis à jour le 05 octobre 2009 à 07h21 (Los Angeles) Jean Charest enlève son veston beige et grimpe à bord de l'hélicoptère Black Hawk du comté de Los Angeles. Le capitaine Tony Marrone, un homme solide à la mâchoire carrée, lui montre son siège. «Vous avez la meilleure place à bord, M. le premier ministre!» dit-il. Il montre du doigt le siège qui fait face à une grande ouverture dans le côté droit de l'appareil. En vol, il offre une vue non obstruée du ciel californien - et du sol,
  7. A new headquarters facility for the Los Angeles Police Department is set to open this summer. Designed by AECOM (formerly DMJM) in joint venture with Roth + Sheppard Architects, the new 11-storey, 500,000 square foot building occupies an important civic block in downtown LA across the street from City Hall and near the Los Angeles Times and new Caltrans buildings. The project provides for a main police administration building and public plaza with below grade parking for 300 cars and an off-site vehicle maintenance garage and fueling station with parking for 800 vehicles. The design c
  8. "City lights broadcast our existence into the night of space. Imagine how the Earth will look to astronauts in a century's time or longer? These images are incredibly difficult to take from a spacecraft traveling along at almost 28,000 kilometers per hour. The images are held at NASA's Johnson Space Center in a special archive for astronaut photography. Watch for the great cities of Beijing, Istanbul, Melbourne, Montreal, London, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Buenos Aires, Brasilia (one of our favorites), and more." [video=youtube;-RGNhZ292Zg]
  9. Sydney is now using the world's first outdoor e-ink traffic signs to guide motorists during special events. The city's Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) agency was apparently fed up with the constant chore of changing signs, and developed the tech with a company called Visionect. Like your Kindle, the signs are easy to read in Sydney's bright sunshine, which also powers it via solar panels. There's a light for nighttime usage, and the messages can be updated remotely via a cell connection to an "internet of things" network. Sydney's tech is pretty basic, but e-ink holds enormous potential for
  10. Effets visuels: MPC et BUF s'installeront à Montréal Montréal continue d'avoir la cote auprès des entreprises européennes d'effets spéciaux: après Framestore, c'est au tour de Moving Picture Company (MPC) et de BUF de s'installer prochainement à Montréal, a appris La Presse Affaires. MPC et BUF ont toutes deux travaillé sur les effets spéciaux du film Life of Pi, qui a remporté dimanche l'Oscar des meilleurs effets spéciaux. Selon nos informations, MPC a l'intention de déployer une équipe d'une cinquantaine de personnes pour faire une partie des effets visuels de X-Men: Days of Future
  11. the title says it all. These airlines are getting new long-haul airplanes and looking at new possibilities to grow in North America. Rumours have pointed that each of these airlines have some kind of interest (or had) interest in Montreal. With the IAG investment. Aer Lingus is looking at North Atlantic expansion. Los Angeles, Dallas, Miami, Montreal would be the largest destinations with no service. Let's see how much these materialize vs. other cities in the US/Canada. Then we will really know how Montreal compares internationally.
  12. Will California become America's first failed state? Los Angeles, 2009: California may be the eighth largest economy in the world, but its state staff are being paid in IOUs, unemployment is at its highest in 70 years, and teachers are on hunger strike. So what has gone so catastrophically wrong? Patients without medical insurance wait for treatment in the Forum, a music arena inInglewood, Los Angeles. The 1,500 free places were filled by 4am. Photograph: John Moore/Getty Images California has a special place in the American psyche. It is the Golden State: a playground of the rich a
  13. en cherchant un peu partout sur internet je suis tombe sur cet article (de blog) que j'ai trouve interessant, qui fait par de la situation de Atlanta, qu'elle decrit comme un 'dense sprawl': Tuesday, August 4, 2009 “Spatial Mismatch” and Why Density Alone Isn’t Enough by Sarah Goodyear on August 4, 2009 Density, density, density. It's something of a mantra in sustainable transportation circles. But in today's featured post from the Streetsblog Network, UrbanCincy points to the cautionary example of Atlanta -- a place that could perhaps best be described as dense sprawl. T
  14. preuve que les opportunites rentables seront prises par Air Canada au depart de Montreal "MONTREAL, Aug. 8, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ - Air Canada today announced that its current seasonal flights between Montreal and San Francisco will be extended to year-round flights beginning in November 2013. All flights will be operated with Airbus A319 aircraft featuring Executive Service, complimentary seatback entertainment, the ability to collect Aeroplan miles and lounge access for qualified customers. Air Canada's Montreal-San Francisco flights are timed to offer convenient connections with the carr
  15. April 7, 2009 By MELENA RYZIK Apologies to residents of the Lower East Side; Williamsburg, Brooklyn; and other hipster-centric neighborhoods. You are not as cool as you think, at least according to a new study that seeks to measure what it calls “the geography of buzz.” The research, presented in late March at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, locates hot spots based on the frequency and draw of cultural happenings: film and television screenings, concerts, fashion shows, gallery and theater openings. The buzziest areas in New York, it finds, are arou
  16. Vietnam airlines plans on beginning service to Los Angeles in 2018. Montreal is mentioned as a beyond point (whatever that means). .Under the terms of the Vietnam-United States Air Services Agreement, the Vietnamese government, in 2007, designated the following cities in the US it wishes to serve on a regular basis alongside Los Angeles: San Francisco, CA; Seattle Tacoma Int'l; New York; Washington Dulles; and Dallas/Fort Worth. As intermediary points, it specified Taipei Taoyuan, Taiwan and Nagoya Chubu, Japan while beyond travel points were listed as Vancouver Int'l, Montréal Trudeau,
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