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  1. Bonjour à tous, Nrithyalaya Classical Art Foundation, va avoir son spectacle annuel à la salle Oscar Peterson située au 7141 Sherbrooke ouest à Montréal. Ça sera une soirée de musique classique du sud de l’Asie. L’Évènement est gratuit et vous êtes les bienvenus pour vous joindre à nous le samedi 28 mai à 19h30 à 22h00. Si vous n’êtes pas familiers avec les chansons classiques Tamil, vous pouvez voir la performance qui a eu lieu à la Maison de la culture Ahunstic – Cartieville. Le groupe a interprété une chanson québécoise « Chanson entre nous » mais dans un style de musique classique Tamil. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlHJhuz6wHo Au plaisir de vous voir à tous ______________________________________________________ Dear all, Nrithyalaya Classical Art Foundation will be hosting its annual Carnartic concert at Oscar Peterson Concert Hall located at 7141 Sherbrooke ouest in Montreal. It will be night of celebrating Classical music from South Asia. The event is free, and you are welcomed to join us On Saturday, May 28, 2011 at 7:30pm to 10:00pm. If you are not familiar with Classical Tamil music, you can take a look at part of the Foundation performing in La Maison de la culture Ahunstic – Cartierville. The group interprets a Quebec songs, ‘Chanson entre nous,’ but sung in the classical Tamil style. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlHJhuz6wHo Good day and hope to see you at our event. Would love to see some of you guys there, I only met two of you guys.
  2. Infrastructure crumbling? An international sports event might be just the answer LINDA GYULAI, The Gazette Published: 23 hours ago Big international events snag big bucks. Toronto and its neighbouring cities are hoping that formula will equal $1 billion to build or upgrade local sports and recreation facilities if they win a joint bid to host the 2015 Pan American Games. "It's the single most important objective," former Ontario premier David Peterson, who was named by Premier Dalton McGuinty to head the region's bid, said in an interview with The Gazette. "There seems to be a massive deficit of infrastructure here." The region will know in a year whether it has the event, Peterson said. The province hasn't hosted a significant international sports event since the 1930s. Cities all around Toronto say they need everything from swimming pools to gyms. Hamilton said this month it will have to close more than half its recreation centres, pools and arenas within a decade if it doesn't deal with a $20-million backlog of repairs and upgrades. And a 2005 survey of 2,560 municipal arenas, pools and community centres by Parks and Recreation Ontario, an association, found their average was 32. The facilities require $5 billion in repairs and upgrades, the study concluded. The bulk of federal sport infrastructure funding in recent years has gone to western Canada, which has hosted the Olympics, Commonwealth Games and Pan American Games, said Michelle Gendron, spokesperson for Sports-Québec, a provincial association of sport federations representing 90 activities. Vancouver will host the 2010 winter Olympics. Montreal's last major international hurrah, the '76 Olympics, sparked the city's last sport and recreation building boom. But politicians have done a 100-metre dash from the idea of hosting another major event after the games left a $1-billion deficit. Mayoral candidate Benoit Labonté has proposed Montreal bid for the 2020 world fair as a catalyst for the city's renewal. After all, Montreal got a métro system for Expo 67. It's the right idea, but the wrong event to generate cash for Montreal's worn-out sports and recreation facilities, Gendron said. "It takes a sporting event to generate investment in sport facilities." Even a smaller international sporting event brings a windfall, she said. The 2005 World Aquatics Championships, for instance, led to the upgrade of the swimming pools on Île Ste. Hélène.
  3. Adapter de la Concorde aux nouveaux bâtiments résidentiels ne m’apparaît pas si difficile. Il faut couper le trottoir Nord de la rue (le plus ensoleillé + les halls des bâtiments) où passent des camions de livraison et des automobilistes se dirigeant vers les hôtels. Vu son étroitesse, la rue devrait être un sens unique et offrir du stationnement qu'un seul côté à fois. Le sens devrait être nord-est, donc de PK à la rue Bleury. PK est double sens et facilitera l'accès. Un petit montage que je viens de faire et qui montre les possibilités : -------------------------------------- Avant : Après : Les flèches jaunes représentent les entrées de stationnement et les aires de livraison. Les flèches bleues représentent les entrées pour les piétons. -------------------------------------- Coupe devant le Peterson Avant : Après : -------------------------------------- Vue vers l'Est, devant le Peterson Avant : Après :
  4. Nom: C-Lofts Hauteur en étages: 22 Hauteur en mètres: 72 Coût du projet: 18 millions $ Promoteur: Canvar Architecte: ?? Emplacement: sur De la Concorde au coin de De Bleury, juste à côté du Peterson Début de construction: 2013 Fin de construction: 2015 Site internet: http://www.clofts.ca/
  5. Réfection d'un parc dans la Petite-Bourgogne. Des images de plus grandes tailles sont disponibles sur le site. https://maps.google.com/maps?q=Petite-Bourgogne,+Montr%C3%A9al,+QC,+Canada&hl=fr&ie=UTF8&ll=45.489502,-73.573573&spn=0.003941,0.010568&sll=45.48559,-73.556471&sspn=0.01718,0.042272&oq=petite-&hq=Petite-Bourgogne,+Montr%C3%A9al,+QC,+Canada&t=h&z=17
  6. Nom: Le Peterson Hauteur en étages: 34 Hauteur en mètres: 105 Coût du projet: 50 000 000,00$ Promoteur: Groupe Benvenuto Architecte: DCYSA Emplacement: 405 rue de la Concorde Début de construction: 2014 Fin de construction: Site internet: http://lepeterson.com Lien webcam: http://lepeterson.com/fr/building (page « webcam») Autres informations: * 250 condos * Annonce d'ajout de +3 étages (février 2016) on passe ainsi de 31 à 34 étages Rumeurs: Rendu: