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  1. http://montreal.ctvnews.ca/forbidden-montreal-an-ancient-set-of-downtown-tombs-1.1043598 Forbidden Montreal - Other episodes from 2012 Forbidden Montreal: Royal Vic's secret storage Forbidden Montreal: Inside the city's beacon Forbidden Montreal: Inside our sewers This episode Forbidden Montreal: an ancient set of downtown tombs http://montreal.ctvnews.ca/forbidden-montreal-an-ancient-set-of-downtown-tombs-1.1043598 CTV Montreal Published Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012 7:01PM EST Last Updated Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012 2:14PM EST The ancient stone towers tucked behind the walls of downtown’s Grand Seminaire on Sherbrooke just east of Atwater are among Canada’s most ancient structures. The towers also form part of one of the country's most mysterious places as well. Some of the city’s very earliest European settlers came from France to establish a settlement on the spot in the 1680s. Their aim was to promote what they considered a sacred mission to establish a new creed for the New World. Those missionaries sought to spread their unique vision with First Nations people but they brought most of the details of the plan to their graves. Those tombs, deep underneath the seminary, are off limits to all but the custodians. Among those whose remains lie in the crypt, first established in 1661, is Francois Vachon de Belmont who came from Burgundy, France to fund and operate the mission. The Grand Seminaire has since remained one of the city’s longest-running institutions and is also home to many other architectural treasures, including an alluring chapel, where around 8,000 priests have been trained. If there is any off-limits place you'd like to see, just send us an email at [email protected] Series in 2013. CTV Montreal: Forbidden Montreal Former courthouse Annie DeMelt takes you for a tour of Montreal's former courthouse, a heritage building complete with a dungeon and jail cells below. http://montreal.ctvnews.ca/video?playlistId=1.1202711
  2. Some of these didn't come out right, it was a) raining b) i was low battery so i was being hasty c) lots of pedestrian/car traffic which always complicates things And some day shots from nov 14:
  3. (Courtesy of The Montreal Gazette via. The National Post When will people learn, never leave stuff in your car?!
  4. Localisation: René Lévesque (intersection Amherst et Wolfe) Étage: 6 Nombre d'appartement: Prometteur: Groupe Cartierville Clientèle: Référence: La Presse 14 nov 2009 Pas de photo disponible
  5. 2008 GREY CUP PROGRAMMING LAUNCH LANCEMENT DE LA PROGRAMMATION DES FESTIVITÉS DE LA COUPE GREY Le Village de la Coupe Grey de retour au centre-ville Montréal, le 26 mai 2008 – Moins de six mois avant le match de la Coupe Grey à Montréal, le comité de la Coupe Grey 2008 est fier de dévoiler la programmation des festivités qui auront lieu au Village de la Coupe Grey, situé en plein cœur du centre-ville de Montréal. Des artistes québécois et canadiens de qualité dont les Porn Flakes, Kellylee Evans, Rock Story et Elevation (Hommage à U2) offriront des performances sous les chapiteaux du village entre le 19 et le 23 novembre prochain, durant la semaine de la Coupe Grey à Montréal. « Nous aurons une programmation excitante, divertissante et gratuite dans le Village de la Coupe Grey, » a déclaré le Co-Président du comité de la Coupe Grey M. Larry Smith. « Avec l’explosion de la popularité du football, nous invitons les gens de partout au Québec et au pays à participer à cette fête du football et à montrer leurs couleurs. » L’idée originale du Village de la Coupe Grey regroupant toutes les activités est de retour au même endroit qu’en 2001, soit à la Place du Canada située dans le quadrilatère des rues Peel, René-Lévesque, de la Cathédrale et de la Gauchetière. À trois endroits dans le village, on retrouvera les horloges officielles du décompte de la Coupe Grey qui n’est plus qu’à 181 jours. Parmi les autres artistes et différents spectacles gratuits présentés lors des festivités, on retrouve Véronique Labbé, Guy Bélanger, Take the Boys, White Faze, Marc Parent et Wang Dang Doodle, Angel Forrest, Young Soul et Sylvie Desgroseilliers (Motown Show). En plus des festivités du Village de la Coupe Grey, quatre événements majeurs se tiendront au cours de la semaine. Le Gala des joueurs par excellence de la LCF rendra hommage aux meilleurs joueurs de la saison 2008 de la Ligue canadienne de football et se tiendra le 20 novembre au Casino de Montréal. Le Cheer Extravaganza, le très attendu concours des cheerleaders impliquant les équipes de chacune des formations de la LCF, aura lieu au Grand Pavillon du village le 22 novembre. Le Gala Banque Scotia de la Coupe Grey aura lieu le samedi 22 novembre à la Gare Windsor. Plusieurs artistes défileront lors de cette soirée dont la chanteuse Nikki Yanofsky, le groupe de ballet Les Oiseaux du Paradis, Les Chorales et l’humoriste Sugar Sammy. Le Déjeuner des légendes, où les amateurs auront la chance de rencontrer les joueurs qui ont marqué l’histoire de la LCF, se tiendra à la salle de bal de l’Hôtel Mariott-Château Champlain 19 novembre à 9h30. Le 96e match de la Coupe Grey Un otal de 65 255 spectateurs avaient assisté à la finale en 2001 et l’objectif de l’organisation est d’éclipser le record datant de 1977 alors que 68 318 spectateurs avaient assisté à la conquête de la Coupe Grey des Alouettes sur les Eskimos d’Edmonton au Stade olympique. Près de 40 000 billets ont trouvé preneurs pour le match du 23 novembre. Les amateurs peuvent se procurer leurs billets de trois façons: 1) Sur le site internet officiel des Alouettes de Montréal: MontrealAlouettes.com 2) Par téléphone sur le réseau Admission: 1-800-361-4595 ou 514-790-1245 3) À la billetterie des Alouettes au 1260 University, 1er étage (lun. au ven., de 9h à 17h). Avec des billets à partir de 84$, il s’agit d’un des événements sportifs majeurs les plus abordables. Les partisans doivent faire vite s’ils veulent obtenir des bons billets. ______________________________________________________________________________ The Grey Cup Village returns to downtown Montreal, May 26, 2008 – With less than six months to go before the 96th Grey Cup in Montreal, the 2008 Grey Cup Committee is proud to unveil the programming of festivities which will take place in the Grey Cup Village, located in the heart of downtown Montreal. Several quality artists from Quebec and the rest of Canada including Porn Flakes, Kellylee Evans, Rock Story and Elevation (U2 cover band) will perform in the village between Nov. 19 and Nov. 23, during the week leading up to the game. “Our programming in the Grey Cup Village will be exciting, entertaining and free,” said Grey Cup committee Co-President Mr. Larry Smith. “We invite people from all over the province and the rest of the country to participate in this great celebration of football and to show their team colours with pride.” The original idea of the Grey Cup Village concentrating all the activities in the central area returns to the location where it was created in 2001, at Place du Canada, located between Peel, René-Lévesque, de la Cathédrale and de la Gauchetière streets. All fans will be aware that we are only 181 days away from Grey Cup as showcased in three different locations in the village on the official Grey Cup countdown clocks. Among other artists and free shows during the festivities will be Véronique Labbé, Guy Bélanger, Take the Boys, White Faze, Marc Parent et Wang Dang Doodle, Angel Forrest, Young Soul, and Sylvie Desgroseilliers (Motown Show). In addition to the Grey Cup Village festivities, four major events will take place during the week. The CFL Player Awards will honour the best players of the Canadian Football League’s 2008 season on Nov. 20 at the Casino de Montréal. The always entertaining Cheer Extravaganza cheerleader competition involving every CFL cheer team, will take place in the village’s Grand Pavillon on Nov. 22. The Scotiabank Grey Cup Gala will take place Nov. 22 at Windsor Station. Several artists will be featured that evening including Nikki Yanofsky, ballet troupe Les Oiseaux du Paradis, Les Chorales and comedian Sugar Sammy. The Legends Breakfast, during which fans will have the opportunity to meet several legendary CFL players, will be held in the ballroom of the Mariott-Château Champlain Hotel on Friday November 19, at 9h30. The 96th Grey Cup A total of 65,255 spectators attended the 2001 Grey Cup and the Committee’s objective is to beat the 1977 record when 68,318 fans were on hand for the Alouettes’ conquest over the Edmonton Eskimos at Olympic Stadium. Close to 40,000 tickets have already been sold for the Nov. 23 game. Fans may purchase their tickets one of the following ways: 1) On the Montreal Alouettes’ official website: MontrealAlouettes.com 2) On the phone at all Admission outlets: 1-800-361-4595 or 514-790-1245 3) At the Alouettes’ ticket office at 1260 University, 2nd floor (Mon. thru Fri., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.). With tickets starting at $84, this is one of the most affordable major sporting events. Fans must act early in order to avoid disappointment.
  6. Je vais domper les photos qui n'ont pas de fil ici: (Bref, les photos qui trainent / random) Montreal vue de Longueuil 20 nov 2007
  7. Localisation: 1174 rue de Champlain (intersection René Lévesque) Étage: 5 Nombre d'appartement: 47 Prometteur: Groupe CDH Clientèle: Artistes membres de milieu de la culture Référence: La Presse 14 nov. 2010
  8. U.S. Economy: Retail Sales Drop in October by Most on Record By Shobhana Chandra and Bob Willis Nov. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Retail sales and prices of goods imported to the U.S. dropped by the most on record, signaling the economy may be in its worst slump in decades. Purchases fell 2.8 percent in October, the fourth straight decline, the Commerce Department said today in Washington. Labor Department figures showed import prices dropped 4.7 percent, pointing to a rising danger of deflation, and a private report said consumer confidence this month remained near the lowest level since 1980. ``The weakness in growth is intensifying and inflation pressures have evaporated,'' said James O'Sullivan, a senior economist at UBS Securities LLC in Stamford, Connecticut, who accurately projected the decline in sales. ``Deflation is a word that will be increasingly used over the coming months.'' Spending may continue to falter as mounting job losses, plunging stocks and falling home values leave household finances in tatters. Retailers from Best Buy Co. to J.C. Penney Co. are cutting profit forecasts ahead of the year-end holiday shopping season, when many stores do most of their business. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said at a conference today in Frankfurt that continuing strains in financial markets and recent economic data ``confirm that challenges remain.'' The Fed chief said central bankers worldwide ``stand ready to take additional steps'' as warranted. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg News predict the Fed will lower its benchmark interest rate to a record 0.5 percent by March from the current 1 percent. Policy makers next gather in Washington Dec. 16. Stocks, Treasuries Stocks fell and Treasuries rose. The Standard & Poor's 500 Stock Index dropped 1.8 percent to 894.09 at 10:11 a.m. in New York. Yields on benchmark 10-year notes fell to 3.75 percent from 3.85 percent late yesterday. The Reuters/University of Michigan preliminary index of consumer sentiment was 57.9 in November compared with 57.6 last month. The measure averaged 85.6 in 2007. Retail sales were expected to fall 2.1 percent, according to the median forecast of 73 economists in a Bloomberg News survey. Purchases in September were revised down to show a 1.3 percent decrease compared with an originally reported 1.2 percent drop. ``The September-October credit jolt to the economy is showing up in all of the numbers now,'' Ellen Zentner, a senior U.S. macroeconomist at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd. in New York, said in a Bloomberg Television interview. ``We're expecting the worst recession, possibly, post-World War II.'' Worse Than Estimates Retailers have now logged the longest string of monthly declines since the Commerce Department's comparable data series began in 1992. Excluding automobiles, purchases decreased 2.2 percent, almost twice as much as the 1.2 percent decline anticipated and also the worst performance on record. Declines were broad based as furniture, electronics, clothing and department stores all showed loses. Demand at automobile dealerships and parts stores plunged 5.5 percent after falling 4.8 percent in September. Car sales are among the most affected as banks make it harder to borrow. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson this week said the government will shift the focus of the second half of the $700 billion rescue plan from buying mortgage assets to unclogging consumer credit. President-elect Barack Obama and Democrats in Congress are under pressure to push through another stimulus plan even before the new administration takes over. Filling-station sales decreased 13 percent, also the most ever, in part reflecting a $1-per-gallon drop in the average cost of gasoline. Excluding gas, retail sales fell 1.5 percent. Gain at Restaurants Sales at furniture, electronics, clothing, sporting goods and department stores were also among the losers. Restaurants, grocery stores and a miscellaneous category were the only areas that showed a gain. ``Since mid-September, rapid, seismic changes in consumer behavior have created the most difficult climate we've ever seen,'' Brad Anderson, chief executive officer of Best Buy, said in a Nov. 12 statement. The Richfield, Minnesota-based electronics chain said sales in the four months through February 2009 will decline more than it previously estimated. Rival Circuit City Stores Inc. filed for bankruptcy protection this week. Macy's Inc., Target Corp. and Gap Inc. were among the chains that reported same-store sales dropped in October, while shoppers searching for discounts on groceries gave sales a lift at Wal- Mart Stores Inc., the world's largest retailer. Nordstrom yesterday cut its profit forecast for the third time this year. Worst Season J.C. Penney, the third-largest U.S. department-store company, today forecast earnings that trailed analysts' estimates and posted its fifth straight quarterly profit decline as shoppers cut spending on home goods and jewelry. Shoppers are pulling back as the labor market slumps. The unemployment rate jumped to 6.5 percent in October, the highest level since 1994. Employers cut more than a half million workers from payrolls in the past two months. The longest expansion in consumer spending on record ended last quarter, causing the economy to shrink at a 0.3 percent annual pace. The economic slump will intensify this quarter and persist into the first three months of 2009, making it the longest downturn since 1974-75, economists forecast in a Bloomberg survey conducted from Nov. 3 to Nov. 11. Excluding autos, gasoline and building materials, the retail group the government uses to calculate gross domestic product figures for consumer spending, sales decreased 0.5. The government uses data from other sources to calculate the contribution from the three categories excluded. To contact the reporter on this story: Shobhana Chandra in Washington [email protected]
  9. Selon statistiques Canada Prov. Nov. 2005 Nov. 2006 Var % QC 691,54 719,39 4,0 ÎP 576,82 599,20 3,9 AB 787,37 815,00 3,5 MB 659,56 679,02 3,0 NE 644,66 663,22 2,9 TL 680,10 695,91 2,3 NB 677,90 692,52 2,2 ON 779,17 794,84 2,0 SK 681,97 693,08 1,6 CB 731,50 741,29 1,3 http://www.statcan.ca/Daily/Francais/070129/q070129b.htm
  10. I'm seeing this on airliners.net under the latest list of OAG changes **UA IAH-YUL JUL 1.0>0 AUG 1.0>0 SEP 1.0>0 OCT 1.0>0 NOV 0.9>0 DEC 1.0>0 JAN 1.0>0 Has United dropped our route to Houston? I noticed also they dropped a couple of routes from YEG as well. What's going on?
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