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  1. Publié le 03 juin 2010 à 07h01 | Mis à jour le 03 juin 2010 à 07h06 (Montréal) Signe que le marché immobilier de luxe se porte bien à Montréal, un record vient d'être fracassé dans l'arrondissement d'Outremont. L'agente Marie-Yvonne Paint, de Royal LePage, a obtenu le prix le plus élevé jamais payé dans ce quartier pour une résidence située au 22, avenue Ainslie. La maison vient d'être achetée par un couple d'industriels français au coût de 5,3 millions après sept mois sur le marché. «À Westmount, on a déjà eu ce prix-là, mais pas à Outremont, a indiqué Mme Paint. On a vraiment
  2. http://www.inman.com/buyers-sellers/columnists/stevebergsman/westmount-canadas-beverly-hills According to wikipedia, Place Belvedere is considered the most expensive street on the whole island. I guess when there is only 10 homes on it, would make sense.
  3. Most automotive safety advancements these days are being made either through the automakers or government standards, but one group in the Netherlands is coming up with innovative ways of making the roads safer... literally. Design firm Studio Roosegaarde and Heijmans Infrastructure have teamed up to introduce ideas for a so-called "Smart Highway" which was recently named the Best Future Concept at the Dutch Design Awards. Incorporating ideas such as color-changing road paint, glow-in-the-dark lane markers and interactive street lights, the Smart Highway could help drivers on multiple level
  4. "][/url] http://blogs.montrealgazette.com/2011/10/24/montreal-graffiti-artists-paint-five-storey-ndg-masterpiece-dubbed-our-lady-of-grace/
  5. Honestly the reflective paint they use/do not use for the road, to divide the lanes suck especially at night and when its raining. I ended up driving on lakeshore all the way downtown, crap it looked like one huge lane LOL. I have no clue how LKA (lane keep assist) going to work in these shitty conditions. :stirthepot: Reason I took the scenic route, seeing I haven't driven on the highway in a good 5-6 years. Plus I only drive every 6 months. I dislike driving, seeing there is so many damn maniacs on the road. Thats my rant for this beautiful saturday morning.
  6. http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/monument+defaced/3012787/story.html Whoever did this should be sent to Guantanamo.
  7. Le marché des résidences de luxe est en pleine explosion à Montréal. Le nombre de propriétés vendues plus de 500 000$ a doublé depuis un an, et bondi de presque 200% dans certains secteurs de l'île. «Les maisons affichées à juste prix partent très rapidement: je viens d'en vendre une de 3 millions en trois jours à Westmount», dit Marie-Yvonne Paint, agente immobilière spécialisée dans le haut de gamme. > Suivez Maxime Bergeron sur Twitter Selon les données obtenues par La Presse Affaires, les transactions ont grimpé de 97% au premier trimestre pour les maisons de plus d'un
  8. I like cars. Cars are cool. I would drive a car if I didn't like walking so much. But I wonder why is it so difficult for Montreal drivers to understand this: Right: Wrong: It's really annoying when I am carrying something like a large suitcase. It also sucks for people on wheelchairs. Why is nothing done about this? I would tell them myself not to do this but I've been told people tend to be angrier in average when they are behind the wheel. Lonely Planet warns travelers that "crosswalks are rarely respected" here. Is there some kind of historical reason for this
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