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  1. Il faut le souligner quand des compagnies d'ici font des acquisitions à l'étranger, comme quoi tout ne va pas d'un seul bord! Boralex boosts France operations with proposed takeover Montreal-based renewable energy producer Boralex Inc. has sharply boosted its presence in France with a $400-million proposed takeover of wind power company Enel Green Power France. The acquisition of the Enel wind portfolio will boost the generating capacity of Boralex’s existing operations by about 25 per cent, with the addition of 12 operating wind farms generating about 186 megawatts of power. Currently, Boralex has wind farms, solar projects, hydroelectric and thermal operations in France, Canada and the United States, that have a total capacity of about 754 MW. The company said this deal will make it the biggest independent wind power producer in France. Adding a large proportion to the French porfolio is a “truly company-transforming move,” said Boralex chief executive officer Patrick Lemaire. Currently, France makes up about 37 per cent of the Boralex portfolio, but that will expand to almost half after this transaction closes in January. Mr. Lemaire said in an interview that growth in the renewable sector is “clearer” in Europe than in North America, at the moment. Changes in Ontario’s renewable energy procurement program that make it less attractive, and limits to Quebec’s plans to acquire clean energy, have made those two core Canadian markets less attractive, he said. “France still has nice objectives,” he said. Boralex is also less interested in expanding in the United States, Mr. Lemaire said, because most jurisdictions there operate with a spot market for electricity, and thus there are fewer long-term contracts that secure a power price over the long term. The wind farms being purchased in this deal have long-term contracts in place averaging about 11 years. Privately owned Enel also has a pipeline of about 310 MW of new wind projects that are not yet built, and that will add further to the Boralex total in the next few years, Mr. Lemaire said. “Our main goals are to operate what we have acquired in the past, build new projects … and add growth for the next few years.” Boralex will finance the Enel purchase through bank loans, an existing revolving credit facility, and a bridge credit facility. It will also sell about $110-million in subscription receipts through a bought-deal transaction arranged by National Bank Financial. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/industry-news/energy-and-resources/boralex-boosts-france-operations-with-proposed-takeover/article22095267/
  2. From what I heard from my father, I can only have 40% of my portfolio in other markets. So what companies should I look for here in Canada? Only one I can think of is Bank of Montreal. I would put some in Bombardier but it will never go up, plus I am iffy on Bell and Rogers.
  3. - 1455 Sainte-Catherine - 7 étages Location: coin Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest et Mackay, à coté de l'église Saint James the Apostle. There was a Mr. Sub on this location until late last year. It closed, and the building's windows are covered in brown paper. Le projet semble vieux, mais je crois que le fermeture du Mr. Sub est un bon signe! + I contributed this so I reserve the right to delete it. - + Signed, - http://www.ateliercba.com/ > Projets > Portfolio
  4. Bonjour à tous, je sais que je ne suis pas du genre très actif sur le forum. Pas que je ne le veux pas, simplement que je ne trouve pas le temps pour ça. Je viens de temps en temps, je lis un peu, je regarde, mais ne suis malheureusement pas assez disponible pour participer plus activement. Dans ces conditions, je sais que la requête qui suit est peut être un peu limite... en même temps, je me dis que si je n'essaie pas... A la base, je suis graphiste, travailleur autonome. Un peu photographe aussi (ceci est hors sujet, mais je reviens d'un roadtrip aux states, et j'ai une belle collection de buildings à trier !). Si je suis sur ce forum, c'est parce qu'à force de vivre en ville, et de découvrir de nouvelles villes en voyageant, je développe petit à petit une passion pour l'urbanisme. Le sujet m'interpelle de plus en plus, le mot me fait facilement tourner la tête pour en écouter un peu plus... Bref... j'ai appris que l'OAQ (Ordre des Architectes du Québec) est présentement à la recherche d'un graphiste pour refaire la grille et la mise en page du magazine de l'OAQ (j'imagine qu'il s'agit de Esquisse). Il ne s'agit pas d'un job permanent à temps plein, mais bien contractuel. C'est ce que je recherche en tant que freelancer et pour moi, ce serait un pas de plus dans le domaine. M'imprégner un peu plus encore de tout ça ; faire la job qui me passionne, dans un domaine que je découvre et qui me passionne également. Je pense avoir les compétences nécessaires et être à la hauteur de la tâche, sinon je ne m'y essaierais pas ; selon moi, mon portfolio fait le poids, mais même dans ces conditions, il reste difficile de se faire repérer. Pourtant, je pense que je serais un bon atout pour l'OAQ, du fait même de mon intérêt pour l'urbanisme et la photo architecturale. Donc je tente ma chance avec vous, en me disant que peut être vous pourriez me donner un coup de main. L'offreur du contrat est Pierre Frisko pour l'OAQ. Merci à tous, Sébastien Portfolio ? http://www.c-pp.biz
  5. Bonjour. Je suis un jeune photographe diplômé depuis janvier. Ma passion est l'architecture, et je compte orienté ma carrière de photographe vers ce domaine. Voilà pourquoi je cherche un/une architecte avec lequel je pourrais avoir accès à ses projets pour pouvoir garnir mon portfolio. J’offrais en retour des photos pour votre site web. Si vous être intéressé, contactez moi en message privé. Merci et bonne journée !
  6. L'année 2009 devrait voir un nombre reccord de faillites partout dans le monde: http://www.marketwatch.com/news/story/More-Tribunes-Lehmans-likely-coming/story.aspx?guid={F40FA856-6FE7-4A28-82B0-6729F7E57CB5}
  7. une des plus grandes banques américaines se dirige dangereusement vers une faillite.
  8. Investing in Montreal Halifax developer Homburg building properties, portfolio in city By BILL POWER Staff Reporter Mon. Apr 7 - 5:47 AM Richard Homburg, president of Homburg Invest. Inc, has just launched the $35-million Phase II of the 333 Sherbrooke St. E. luxury condominium project in Montreal. He also has an ambitious plan for the CN Central Station in the city, a project that will bring Homburg Invest Inc.’s portfolio in Montreal up to the $1-billion mark. (CNW) A HALIFAX property developer is helping reshape the Montreal skyline and attributes increasing investor interest in the city to its annual Grand Prix and acclaimed jazz and comedy festivals. Richard Homburg just launched the $35-million Phase II of the 333 Sherbrooke St. E. luxury condominium project and at the same time unveiled an ambitious plan for the CN Central Station in the heart of the city that he scooped up last year for $355 million. The completed project will bring the Homburg Invest Inc. portfolio in Montreal up to the $1-billion mark. Mr. Homburg said in Montreal he will build two $150-million 24-storey office towers at the CN Central Station site to take advantage of a proposed new link between the downtown location and Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport at Dorval. "The best is yet to come for property investment in the Montreal region," the Halifax-based developer said in a release. "The Montreal office market is on fire, and downtown core vacancy rates have fallen sharply with little new space on the horizon. . . . The condo market will continue to flourish for several more years." Mr. Homburg told the Montreal Real Estate Forum he believes Montreal real estate is undervalued compared to that of other cities in Canada and around the world. "Montreal is ideally situated at a major crossroads for European and North American trade and business," he said. The Sherbrooke Street project is in the heart of Montreal’s Plateau neighbourhood and consists of 83 condominium units in the first phase and another 67 in the second phase, and 30 townhouses connecting to the property. Initial occupancy is set for fall 2008 and the first phase is sold out. Units cost $350,000 to $2 million. Mr. Homburg said the real estate market in Montreal is supported by rising investment in both public and private projects. "Major tourist events like the Grand Prix, the jazz festival and the comedy festival attract people from all over the world who also come here to shop in the city’s highly developed shopping districts and eat in the city’s renowned restaurants," he said. Homburg Invest has been very busy in Montreal for the past three years. Major acquisitions include Place Alexis Nihon, as part of the $485 million Alexis Nihon REIT purchase; the CN Central Station for $355 million and a partnership interest in the $400-million redevelopment of the historic Chateau Viger site. Through these and other properties the company says it owns more than 1.5 million square feet of prime retail space in Montreal. Beacon Securities Ltd. in Halifax said it was initiating coverage of Homburg Invest with a buy rating and a 12-month price target of $4.75. It noted Homburg shares were recently trading at about $3.60 on the TSX. "Homburg’s $3-billion development pipeline has a total of 15 projects, with completion dates ranging over the next decade," analyst Michael Mills said in his outlook and financial forecast, distributed Friday. "However, many of the projects are condo resales and the commercial projects in the pipeline will not add to leasable square footage during our two-year forecast period," the forecast said. ( [email protected]) ‘The best is yet to come for property investment in the Montreal region.’ RICHARD HOMBURGProperty developer http://thechronicleherald.ca/Business/1048082.html
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