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  1. http://business.financialpost.com/2011/10/14/rbc-trades-bay-street-for-bay-view/ They are going to have a nice new place.
  2. Mayors to release national transit strategy March 5 in Montreal MONTREAL, March 2 /CNW Telbec/ - The Federation of CanadianMunicipalities (FCM) and its Big City Mayors' Caucus will release theirproposed national transit strategy at a news conference on March 5 inMontreal. Montreal Mayor Gérald Tremblay and Toronto Mayor David Miller will briefnews media from 10:30 to 11:00 a.m. << - What: FCM releases national transit strategy - When: Monday, March 5, 2007 - 10:30 a.m. - Where: Hall of Honour, Montreal City Hall, 275 Notre-Dame East, Montreal >> A technical briefing will be held for journalists in French and Englishat 9:30 a.m. in Room #4.100 (4th Floor), Montreal City Hall, 275 Notre-DameEast, Montreal. Journalists may also participate in the briefing by telephone. Call1-866-219-7782 and enter access code 313264 at the prompt. T he NationalTransit strategy document will be available on the FCM website (www.fcm.ca) at9:00 a.m.For further information: Massimo Bergamini, (613) 907-6247, FCM; MauriceGingues, (613) 907-6395, FCM; Darren Becker, Cabinet du maire et du comitéexécutif, (514) 872-6412, François Goneau, Division des relations avec lesmédias, (514) 868-5859
  3. (Courtesy of CBC News) I would love to see a tougher law be put into place here in Quebec. 1st time you get caught or caught again you lose your license for life or you can spend life in prison. These idiots should not get any chances.
  4. EIU 2007 1. Oslo 2. Paris 5. Tokyo 26. Moscow 28. New York City 31. Barcelona 34. Vancouver 36. Montreal tied with Chicago 41. San Fran 44. St Petersburg (Russia) tied with Washington D.C 47. Tel Aviv 68. Mexico City 92. Budapest This is what I could disect from citymayors, i could have taken all the cities they had on the list but this one way more simple. I just cant wait until Mercer and UBS release their findings for 2007. Mercer 2006 1. Moscow 18. Dublin 24. Tel Aviv 25. Dubai 56. Vancouver 80. Montreal UBS 2006 1. London 8. Dublin 20. Munich 21. Montreal 30. Dubai 42. Tel Aviv EIU 2006 1. Oslo 43. Montreal tied with Vancouver