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  1. Le café d'Halifax a décidé d'abolir la pièce d'un cent afin d'alimenter le débat sur l'utilité de cette pièce de monnaie. Pour en lire plus...
  2. Quelques 'snippets' du dernier 'Canadian Real Estate' (Mar/Apr 2008) "When we first opened for sales in 2004, the general consensus was that we were crazy to be asking for $1,000 a square foot. Yet, we were very successful. We proved that the Toronto market was viable and other great brands have followed our success. We've now sold over $300 million worth of real estate and are averaging over $1,500 a square foot - a relative bargain compared to New York prices." "Toronto is a world-class city and it's only going up. It's getting better all the time. With Vancouver, Toronto and to a le
  3. La cenne noire n'est plus nécessaire 12 juillet 2007 - 06h20 La Presse Vincent Brousseau-Pouliot Agrandir Un grand ménage s'impose, estime la Banque du Canada. Il est grand temps de faire le ménage dans le portefeuille des Canadiens, croit la Banque du Canada. Selon la banque centrale du pays, les «cennes noires» ne sont plus nécessaires car leur pouvoir d'achat est devenu trop faible. Par contre, les Canadiens ont besoin de nouveaux billets de 200$ et de 500$, selon une étude de la Banque du Canada obtenue par La Presse Affaires grâce à la Loi sur l'accès
  4. Montreal Bagels and Smoked Meat in Boston Posted on May 30, 2008 21:37 by Bruce Bilmes & Sue Boyle Categories: Editorial | From The Web | News | Publications Always wanted to try the famed smoked meat of Montreal? The Boston Globe writes that the Walnut Market, in the Boston suburb of Newton, sells fresh and frozen smoked meat direct from Lester's Delicatessen in Montreal. Eight pounds will currently run you $80. That's not all. The famed bagels of St-Viateur (see Michael Stern's photo above) are also sold at the Walnut Market, a buck a piece. Michael Stern, in his Roadfoo
  5. Lire les commentaires sur cette decision sur leur site Facebook qui a 250k abonnés. Nous n'avons pas commenter beaucoup ici, mais l'opinion américain est intéressant. https://m.facebook.com/hyperallergic http://hyperallergic.com/207918/woman-found-guilty-of-criminal-harassment-for-instagramming-street-art/ Woman Found Guilty of Criminal Harassment for Instagramming Street Art by Benjamin Sutton on May 18, 2015 Jennifer Pawluck (photo provided by Pawluck to Hyperallergic), and the street art photo that landed Jennifer Pawluck in hot water with Montreal police. Jennif
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