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  1. The New York Times June 28, 2008 By BEN SISARIO MONTREAL — On Wednesday night, in the last of his three concerts presented as preludes to the Montreal International Jazz Festival, Leonard Cohen, the 73-year-old hometown poet-hero on tour for the first time in 15 years, said that on his last time through town he was “60 years old, just a kid with a crazy dream.” Between waves of applause and hollers in French and English, he added, “I am so grateful to be here and to be from here.” Mr. Cohen’s math notwithstanding, hometown pride and musical reverence are at the center of the fe
  2. Kids will walk without Quebec turnabout KONRAD YAKABUSKI Globe and Mail March 20, 2008 at 6:00 AM EDT Jacques Ménard has got a batting average that has earned him a reputation as the Alex Rodriguez of Quebec investment banking. As Bank of Montreal's Quebec president and chief rainmaker at BMO Nesbitt Burns, Mr. Ménard has been handed some of the toughest M&A mandates Canadian business has ever seen. Yet, like Yankees sensation A-Rod, Mr. Ménard has knocked more than his fair share out of the park. TSX Group's recent $1.3-billion deal to buy an initially hostile Montreal E
  3. Éric Clément La députée péquiste d'Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, Louise Harel, et le député du Bloc québécois dans Hochelaga, Réal Ménard, ont proposé, ce mardi matin, à Montréal, la mise en place d'une ligne de tramway sur la rue Ontario, entre le marché Maisonneuve et la Place des Arts. Les deux politiciens, qui ont dit s'exprimer plus au nom de leurs concitoyens qu'en celui de leur parti respectif, ont présenté un mémoire conjoint lors de la dernière journée de consultation publique de la commission municipale qui se penche sur le Plan de transport dévoilé ce printemps. Tous deux ont e
  4. Vers une année record dans la construction 12 juillet 2008 - 11h14 La Presse Hugo Fontaine Le sourire était de mise hier lors de la conférence de presse annuelle de la Commission de la construction du Québec (CCQ). Non seulement les traditionnelles vacances de la construction approchent, mais les statistiques de l'année 2008 sont telles que les travailleurs pourront se reposer l'esprit tranquille : l'industrie est en excellente forme. La construction québécoise se dirige vers sa meilleure année depuis 1975. De janvier à avril 2008, le volume de travail a augmenté de 11
  5. http://www.cyberpresse.ca/actualites/quebec-canada/education/200906/28/01-879676-payer-les-eleves-pour-recompenser-leurs-efforts.php
  6. Montreal’s economic development lags behind that of other Canadian cities and it needs greater political and economic powers to turn around its sagging fortunes, says a new study. It’s time to realize that Montreal is a motor of the Quebec economy that contributes more than it gets back, said BMO President L. Jacques Ménard, the chancellor of Concordia University. He unveiled the 162-page study by BMO Financial Group, in collaboration with the Boston Consulting Group, on Tuesday. “Montreal finances more than half of the public spending across Quebec, even, in fact, the Colisée,” said M
  7. As a passionate Montrealer, it's getting exhausting. Some will come and defend the status quo but I Sense the strong majority think things are getting a little ridiculous chez nous http://www.economist.com/blogs/americasview/2013/07/language-canada-0 Language in Canada Polly wants un craquelin Jul 30th 2013, 20:35 by K.C. EARLIER this month Canadians were shocked to learn that Bouton, an English-speaking parrot at the Montreal Biodome in the French-speaking province of Quebec, was being deported to Toronto following a surprise visit to the zoo by a representative of the Office
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