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  1. (Courtesy of theFinancial Post) PDF Enjoy the short read I will try and compare Montreal, Toronto and New York with all the info they put in the PDF.
  2. Montréal figure au 18e rang selon l’étude annuelle du Reputation Institute qui mesure, auprès de 35 000 répondants, le score de 100 villes selon 13 critères comme la sécurité, l’économie ou la gouvernance. Montréal arrive juste derrière Helsinki et Toronto, mais tout juste devant Munich et Madrid. C’est Londres qui domine le classement. http://www.journalmetro.com/montreal/article/1067917
  3. Vancouver and Montreal among 25 most livable cities JOSH WINGROVE From Monday's Globe and Mail June 9, 2008 at 9:03 AM EDT Vancouver and Montreal are the only Canadian entries in a new list of the world's 25 most livable cities. London-based Monocle magazine, a project of Canadian-born style columnist and jet-setter Tyler Brûlé, published the list this month. Vancouver placed eighth - higher than any other North American city - while Montreal finished 16th on the list. Toronto didn't make the cut; nor did Winnipeg, where Mr. Brûlé was born. Monocle lauded Vancouver for its role in fighting climate change, increasing building density and cracking down on drug use in preparation for the 2010 Olympics. Vancouver lost marks for its high crime rate, but jumped seven spots after placing 15th in 2007. The magazine called Montreal "Canada's cultural capital." The city was credited for its strong arts community, booming gaming and aerospace industries and extensive network of free wireless Internet. It lost marks for its strained health-care system, poor recycling facilities and growing income disparity. Mr. Brûlé, who once described the only mention of Canada in Monocle's first issue as "a dig about Calgary," wrote neither synopsis. Monocle named Copenhagen the most livable city, on the strength of its green space and "sense of humour" - Mr. Brûlé wrote that synopsis. Munich, Tokyo, Zurich and Helsinki rounded out the top five. Only three U.S. cities (Honolulu, Minneapolis and Portland) made the list, which also included 14 from Europe, three from Japan, two from Australia, and one, Singapore, from Southeast Asia. High-profile cities such as London, Rome and New York were not mentioned by the magazine, which looked at smaller, user-friendly cities with vibrant arts scenes, plenty of parks and a friendly face. A similar livability study published by The Economist last summer awarded Vancouver first place, while Toronto - snubbed by Monocle - placed fifth out of 123 cities worldwide. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20080609.wxlcities09/BNStory/lifeMain/home
  4. Des équipes au sol et en cabine de Lufthansa à Francfort, Hambourg, Munich et plusieurs autres villes participent à débrayage. Pour en lire plus...
  5. Country 1. Finland 2. Iceland 3. Norway 4. Sweden 5. Austria 11. Canada 23. USA 25. U.K 84. China City 1. Stockholm 2. Olso 3. Munich 4. Paris 5. Frankfurt 15. New York 27. London 48. Montreal More results
  6. 29. Edinburgh 28. Hamburg 27. Cape Town 26. Santiago 25. Tel-Aviv 24. Melbourne 23. Lyon 22. Portland 21. Panama City ----------------------- 20. Montreal 19. Los Angeles 18. Vienna 17. Madrid 16. Miami ----------------------- 15. Toronto 14. Tokyo 13. Buenos Aires 12. Rome 11. Vancouver ----------------------- 10. Paris 9. Copenhagen 8. Hong Kong 7. Berlin 6. New York ----------------------- 5. Sydney 4. London 3. San Francisco 2. Barcelona 1. Chicago (Courtesy of Ask Men) I am totally shocked that Munich did not even make the list. It is an interesting list. I wonder where Monterrey, Mexico would have been on this list. Also Honolulu and Boston.
  7. Les premières photos sont prises en approche vers l'aéroport FRA vendredi matin 27 mai, ensuite quelques clichés des immeubles en hauteur qui caractérisent principalement Francfort, ville d'affaires de l'Allemagne moderne. Cependant on ne peut pas dire que cette ville soit particulièrement attachante, son ambiance est plutôt froide. Je dirais pour résumer ma pensée: qu'elle est à Toronto ce que Munich est à Montréal.
  8. Video You think Montreal has it bad. Munich they can't build higher than 100 meters because of their main Cathedral.
  9. EIU 2007 1. Oslo 2. Paris 5. Tokyo 26. Moscow 28. New York City 31. Barcelona 34. Vancouver 36. Montreal tied with Chicago 41. San Fran 44. St Petersburg (Russia) tied with Washington D.C 47. Tel Aviv 68. Mexico City 92. Budapest This is what I could disect from citymayors, i could have taken all the cities they had on the list but this one way more simple. I just cant wait until Mercer and UBS release their findings for 2007. Mercer 2006 1. Moscow 18. Dublin 24. Tel Aviv 25. Dubai 56. Vancouver 80. Montreal UBS 2006 1. London 8. Dublin 20. Munich 21. Montreal 30. Dubai 42. Tel Aviv EIU 2006 1. Oslo 43. Montreal tied with Vancouver
  10. At A.T. Kearney, our Global Cities Index (GCI) examines a comprehensive list of 84 cities on every continent, measuring how globally engaged they are across 26 metrics in five dimen*sions: business activity, human capital, information exchange, cultural experience, and political engagement (see Appendix: Global Cities Index Methodology). Since we began the GCI in 2008, we've continually refreshed our metrics to reflect emerging trends, analyzed how cities evolve along each of them, and developed insights about how a city can become more global. ... Montréal ranks 30th ahead of Vancouver and many other important cities like Zurich , Roma , Munich , Houston and Atlanta . Click on the following link for the report : http://www.atkearney.com/documents/10192/4461492/Global+Cities+Present+and+Future-GCI+2014.pdf/3628fd7d-70be-41bf-99d6-4c8eaf984cd5