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  1. The Rules are the following: You give a point to a city and take a point away from another city. The cities are the 20 most populous suburbs in Greater Montreal (all of which are about 25,000 people or more). Each City starts with 10 points, last city standing wins. One Post per person per day. This is a game, so no politics or rude/inappropriate comments. Keep it clean. (In order from the largest to the smallest city) Laval - 10 Longueuil - 10 Terrebonne - 10 Repentigny - 10 Brossard - 10 Dollard-des-Ormeaux - 10 Blainville - 10 Chateauguay - 10 Saint-Eustache - 10 Bouche
  2. We get our petrol from Alberta, I know its more costly than a Saudi operation, seeing its oil sand and what not. Plus all the taxes, but with the situation in Libya why are people freaking out about oil production, when we have our own shit. For one why should our prices go up, if we produce and refine our own petrol The way I see it, if people in Canada raise their gas prices because of Libya, they are just profiting from people's stupid fear. Plus what we are paying doesn't make sense already, but thats just me. We pay around 0.16 cents per liter. Actually, I might have figured out
  3. (Courtesy of Vice) TeleQuebec Enjoy the read and after click on the second link for TeleQuebec so you can watch the 1st part of the doc.
  4. MONTREAL - Corruption and politics are shaking investor confidence in Montreal, says a 2014 outlook which ranks Quebec’s key metropolis dead last among nine Canadian cities for commercial real estate growth potential. “Whether it is related to construction, corruption, or politics, interviewees (surveyed) expressed uncertainty about investment in Montreal,” said the outlook compiled by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, a professional services giant. The annual survey — which forecasts market trends and outlooks for different property types — also ranks commercial real estate markets in nine
  5. Inspiré par le jeu que nous propose MTLskyline dans un autre fil, voici ma version! The Rules are the following: You give a point to a street and take a point away from another street. Each street starts with 10 points, last street standing wins. One Post per person per day. This is a game, so no politics or rude/inappropriate comments. Keep it clean. Voici 20 rues d'importance au centre-ville (ou proche): 10 - Rue Sainte-Catherine 10 - Rue Crescent 10 - Rue Sherbrooke 10 - Boul René-Lévesque 10 - Rue Notre-Dame 10 - Boul Saint-Laurent 10 - Boul de Maisonneuve 10 - Ave du
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