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  1. by Tabia Lau (facebook) on Saturday, September 8, 2012 at 6:51pm · My Dear Montreal, I miss you like nothing else. Montreal, your walls of concrete and collapsing bridges, your tardy buses and delayed metros. Your incidents that causent un ralentissement for a duree indeterminee sur la ligne orange in my direction. Oh Montreal, your potholes and signs of ARRET and odd hilltop slopes. Your grey skies and hesitant Autumns with children rattling off numbers in a playground in broken Quebecois and your speedy Springs and torrential snowfalls in February and April. Your french baguettes and hipsters on Ste-Catherine on bixis and plaid hats with red squares. Montreal I miss your Tam tams. I'm homesick for your noise, Montreal. I miss the buses driving by, I miss the pitter-patter of jaywalkers, the french chatter on St-Denis and the gusts of winds up on Mont-Royal. Oh I miss Mont Royal, your blue skies and green lawn, the music of your LARPers and Tam-tams. I miss the Tam-Tams, the self-forming circle and slight haze of 420, the city, the earth, the blades of grass breathing with us as we beat, as a city, as one. I miss your cracking Old Montreal, your warm creperies and bus tours. I miss your dying newspapers and your bill 101. I miss your easy film rating system, the way bus drivers wave to one another. I miss your voice in the metro, the parade of scarves in October, Americans already in puffy coats, girls in UGGS in Westmount. I miss your jewish bakeries and italian pasta, your chinese noodles and greek wraps, your hidden Tibetan cuisine and Indian buffets, Your fresh fruits by Cote-Des-Neiges and buses upon buses at Vendome. I miss this ridiculous bagel feud (St-Viateur ftw), and this slightly less ridiculous language barrier. I miss your music festivals, Montreal. No one loves music the way you do. I miss your Quebecois accent, and your ridiculously small street signs. Your rude old ladies and creepy old men. The violinists on the metros and free hugs in the Old Port. I miss your habs riots and your policemen on horses, I miss your street construction and lights. I'm going to miss your Christmas lights, Montreal. That'll be when this hits hardest, won't it? Christmas. I miss your Christmas lights, Montreal. Rene Levesque and Penfield with large wreaths. I miss your Autumn already, Montreal. It isn't fair I may never live through the entirety of another Montreal autumn, another Halloween night. I love your leaves and gusts and the parks, at night. I miss your chilly raindrops. You know, I will try to collect some of your sunscent, your gorgeous bilingual humid night moisture bring it with me wherever I go whoever I become you will always be home.
  2. Le Dominique est un projet de condos de 15 unités dans l'arrondissement Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc-Extension. Il offre une mezzanine, terrasse et plafonds de 8 ou 9 pieds pour les condos du troisième étage ainsi qu'un possibilité de garage pour toutes les unités. Juste à côté du Parc Jarry ainsi que plusieurs métros, vous êtes près du Marché Jean-Talon et de la Petite Italie. Plus d'information à la page: http://www.gabconstruction.com St-Dominique coin Faillon
  3. Le Wolfe est un projet de 4 unités de 2 ou 3 chambres, de 773 à 1097 pi2, dans le Village. Penthouse disponible avec terrasse sur le toit. Deux stationnements disponibles à l'arrière de l'immeuble. Situé à quelques minutes du Centre-Ville, du CHUM, de l'UQAM, de plusieurs métros, services, restaurants, boutiques, etc. Les prix varient entre 184 900 et 329 900$. Des subventions allant de 4500 à 12 500$ sont possibles. La livraison est prévue pour l'automne 2013. Plus d'information à la page: http://www.mondev.ca
  4. 23/12/2007 (D’après La Presse Canadienne) - Une étude effectuée pour le quotidien britannique The Independent proclame la ville de Londres comme «capitale du monde». Montréal est classée au 38e rang. La métropole québécoise est devancée par deux autres villes canadiennes, soit Toronto, en 17e place, et Vancouver, en 27e position. L'étude se base sur 14 critères, notamment les métros et les aéroports qui desservent les villes, ainsi que les restaurants et les entreprises qu'on y trouve. Montréal se situe entre Saint-Pétersbourg, en Russie, et Francfort, en Allemagne. New York est au deuxième rang de l'étude, s'octroyant le titre de «capitale de l'Amérique du Nord. SOURCE http://lcn.canoe.ca/lcn/infos/regional/archives/2007/12/20071223-111152.html
  5. Seriez-vous capable d'identifier une ville par son réseau routier? Testez vos connaissances: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2015/01/09/quiz-can-you-name-a-city-just-by-looking-at-its-streets/ --- Beaucoup plus facile que l'autre (métros) mais j'en ai quand même manqué une: 9/10