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  1. http://www.wintercities.com/ On Facebook https://www.facebook.com/WinterCitiesInstitute Those who live and work in northern cities recognize the need for better planning and design. The sustainability of winter cities requires a creative approach that addresses the problems of snow and cold while enhancing the advantages, opportunities and beauty of the winter season. A positive approach benefits the attitudes of residents, and bolsters the community’s ability to attract new business and residents. The Winter Cities Institute was organized in 2008 to identify, promote and share the positive attributes of winter living, new concepts in architecture and urban design, and success stories from those places that are thriving in the north. The Institute was founded by Patrick Coleman, AICP, recognized for his work with the Livable Winter Cities Association (WCA). From 1982-2005, the WCA organized conferences, published books and the quarterly magazine “Winter Cities”. A totally volunteer staff made the WCA difficult to sustain and in the end it struggled with its mission. As Coleman incorporated winter enhancement strategies in his planning practice with multi-disciplinary design firms in Alaska and northern Michigan, he found enthusiastic reception to the idea of making winter a better time of year. “People are looking for answers to common winter problems and issues”, he said. “I experienced firsthand and heard from many the need for a source of information, networking and resources, and decided to launch the Institute as a web-based network and resource sharing project”. The Winter Cites Institute offers a place for those looking to improve the quality of life in wintertime and need information on what is being done in other northern places. Our members are from around the world and include: cities and towns architects planners engineers parks and recreation professionals economic development and tourism officials Welcome to the resources available on this site and consider joining the network to get even more benefits.
  2. Faisant un bond de 3,4% à un rythme annuel en juillet, la hausse des prix à la consommation trouve sa source dans l'essence chère. Les prix payés pour les aliments ont aussi crû de façon importante. Pour en lire plus...
  3. L'entreprise américaine, qui détient les magasins La Source au Québec, se met sous la protection de la loi sur les faillites afin de redresser ses finances. Pour en lire plus...
  4. Bonsoir! Alors, depuis quelques jours, je suis à la recherche de ce casque audio à Montréal. http://www.sennheiser.ca/main.php?node=ct_01&pro=117 Mais pas moyen de le trouver. En fait, j'aimerais juste que l'on m'indique le nom et l'adresse d'une boutique spécialisée dans la vente de ce genre de matériel (je suis prêt à prendre un autre casque), qui possède un choix intéressant de casques. J'ai essayé Futur Shop, la Source, Moog Audio et Microbyte (qui disaient l'avoir, mais en fait nan...). Mais ils n'offrent qu'un choix très réduit. J'ai jeté un œil à la liste de revendeurs sur le site, mais je crois qu'elle n'est pas à jour. Si quelqu'un pouvait m'aider, ça serait zentil
  5. La station 940 AM sabre dans l'information 6 juin 2008 - 13h57 LaPresseAffaires.com La station de radio anglophone de Montréal 940 AM se restructure et va changer sa vocation. Lors d'une rencontre avec les employés, vendredi, la direction de la station a annoncé qu'elle fermait sa salle de nouvelles. Du même coup, ce sont une vingtaine d’employés qui perdent leur emploi. C’est ce que LaPresseAffaires.com a appris d'une source fiable. Ce changement sera effectif vendredi de la semaine prochaine. Selon nos informations, le 940 AM deviendra une station musicale avec des bulletins de nouvelles et de circulation. La nouvelle a ébranlé les employés de la station. La décision viendrait de la direction de Corus qui est propriétaire du 940 AM. http://lapresseaffaires.cyberpresse.ca/article/20080606/LAINFORMER/80606157/5891/LAINFORMER01/?utm_source=Fils&utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=LPA_S_INFORMER
  6. Un avis de préinscription par deux créanciers privés a été publié contre le 1040, Bleury de Developpements Bleury, Le Riopelle( Bertrand Blanchet). Ca sent la poursuite. Je ne sais pas si c'est relié à un montage de vente que M Blanchet aurait organisé il y a quelques 3 à 4 ++ mois alors qu'il aurait vendu des unités et ou groupe d'unités en prévente ( sur papier). Si c'est le cas, le nombre de ces avis pourraient s'avérer plus nombreuses. Source de la publication de l'avis; régistre foncier/17 mars/2008). Par contre pour le montage financier( ma source), c'est ce que les tams tams du centre-ville racontent( donc non vérifié); ce montage serait une série de vente sans énormément de comptant et les acheteurs greffaient une hypothèque sur leur maison personelle et ou autres actifs immobiliers.
  7. Rénovation de la façade de l'une des entrées principales du centre commercial en vue de l'arrivée de Target. Avant les travaux: Source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Zellers_Place_Versailles,_Montr%C3%A9al,_QC_1_(8274463682).jpg Après les travaux: Source:
  8. La succursale vient tout juste d'être inaugurée après plusieurs mois de travaux d'agrandissement et de rénovations. L'entrée du magasin a été relocalisée du côté Est. Elle était auparavant située du côté Nord. Après les travaux: Avant les travaux: Source: Google StreetView
  9. Air Algerie Expands Montreal Service in S16 Posted at 0300GMT 19APR16 Air Algerie during summer peak season plans to expand Algiers – Montreal operation, which sees the addition of 8th weekly service. The additional flight operates on Thursdays, from 23JUN16 to 15SEP16, with Airbus A330-200 aircraft. AH2702 ALG0645 – 1045YUL 330 4 AH2700 ALG1240 – 1640YUL 330 D AH2703 YUL1245 – 0135+1ALG 330 4 AH2701 YUL1840 – 0730+1ALG 330 D
  10. source: http://www.theguardian.com/music/musicblog/2016/mar/14/bad-seeds-james-sclavunos-keith-emerson-lake-palmer-elp * must confess i have no idea who he is, but the image was great!
  11. Flo j'ai pris la liberté de créer un lien dans la section technologie urbaine avec ce fil, car je crois que c'est une trouvaille extraordinaire qui ne doit pas passer inaperçue. http://mtlurb.com/forums/showthread.php/23547-Quand-la-route-devient-centrale-photovolta%C3%AFque-une-premi%C3%A8re-mondiale-fran%C3%A7aise?p=236164#post236164 et un autre lien qui vient de la même source avec une petite vidéo http://www.lesechos.fr/industrie-services/immobilier-btp/021398624191-colas-lance-la-route-photovoltaique-une-premiere-mondiale-1165007.php#
  12. Article by FDI intelligence (financial times) Rankings: 1. New York City 2. Sao Paulo 3 Toronto 4.MONTREAL 5. Vancouver 6. Houston 7. Atlanta 8. San Francisco 9. Chicago 10. Miami "Canadian cities Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver ranked third, fourth and fifth, respectively, and performed particularly well in the attraction of knowledge-intensive FDI. All three locations were among the top 20 key destination and source cities for FDI. With the exception of New York, Montreal-based companies invested in more FDI projects than other city in the Americas region" "Business friendly Canada Placed in third, Montreal’s success lies in retaining and developing relationships with existing investments – data from fDi Markets shows that one in five FDI projects since 2003 were expansions. Montreal tops strategy list The prize for Best Major American City for FDI Strategy 2013/14 is awarded to Montreal. It beat 126 competitors across North and South America who submitted information regarding their FDI strategies. In its American Cities of the Future submission, economic development agency Montréal International stated that its economic development strategy has centred predominantly around high-tech clusters, and in particular aerospace, life sciences and health technologies, as well as information and communications technology (ICT). Elie Farah, vice-president of Investment Greater Montréal, says: “The year 2011 was one of the best for Montréal International in terms of attracting FDI since 2005. This is partially explained by the investments from Europe which, in the past two years, have become the main source of FDI in the region.” http://www.fdiintelligence.com/Locations/Americas/American-Cities-of-the-Future-2013-14
  13. Bon je viens de faire le tour des projets et je n'ai pas vue ce projet le 2950, Boul. St-Martin, Laval / 8 étages en face du Centropolis. À voir ici: Photo du rendu par moi sur le site du projet à côté du Palais de justice Provincial. source de l'info ÉricdeMtl sur SSP
  14. je ne savais pas où mettre ça. C'est super beau: Source: https://twitter.com/mtlblog/status/442433824366931968/photo/1
  15. New York City at top of the list for this year according to Economist's FDI magazine. Toronto at no.5, Montréal at no 9 for major American cities. Source: http://www.fdiintelligence.com
  16. Il semble que la deuxième phase ne sera pas la tour finalement. Mod : est-ce que vous voulez créer un nouveau fil avec mon message et changer le nom de celui-ci pour "phase 3" ou "phase future"? EDIT monctezuma : c'est fait Source : LeTravailleur, SSP
  17. Watch the video clip here: http://watch.thecomedynetwork.ca/#clip875315 The Daily Show: Canada's Maple Syrup 'Cartel' A Hazard On U.S.'s Northern Border The Daily Show turned its attention to last year’s great Canadian maple syrup heist Thursday night, expressing what was probably genuine surprise at learning that, yes, Canada has a maple syrup cartel. Correspondent Jason Jones began the segment with an interview with Canadian Business reporter Tim Shufelt, who was seated silhouetted in a darkened room as if he were an anonymous source. “Globally, the industry is worth about $400 million and the cartel accounts for about three-quarters of that production,” Shufelt told a seemingly alarmed Jones. At this point, Jones learned Shufelt was talking about maple syrup. “Can we put the f**king lights on?” Jones asked an off-screen producer. Watch the clip at the Comedy Network website. A barrel of maple syrup, Shufelt told Jones, has a market value that is almost 20 times the value of a barrel of crude oil. http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/03/01/daily-show-strategic-maple-syrup-reserve_n_2792194.html?utm_hp_ref=canada-business
  18. Source : https://www.dropbox.com/gallery/8423960/1//2012-Mix?h=ca1864&p=6#gallery:138 Aucun détail, sauf un méga rendu qui montre la tour de 13 étages près du métro Longueuil. C'est Alexcaban qui m'a amené à le voir en mettant ce lien sur le fil du Victoire!
  19. http://bleumaree.com/?tag=Home-FR Situé en bordure de la rivière des Prairies, sur le verdoyant chemin de la Rive-Boisée à Pierrefonds, les condos Bleu Marée représenteront une véritable source apaisante pour les yeux grâce à sa splendide vue sur l’eau. Énergisante, votre espace sera submergé d’une lumière naturelle éclatante
  20. Et je déteste encore plus le Palais de justice. ************************ ************************ Source : guil3433 sur flickr
  21. Alors vos réponse aux 6 questions ? Source, The Gazette the hochelaga archipelago, a montreal islands trivia quiz By Andy Riga 07-06-2009 COMMENTS(0) Metropolitan News Filed under: Montreal, ferries, waterways, hochelaga archipelago, boucherville islands, montreal archipelago, Parc national des Îles-de-Boucherville, st. lawrence river, boat tours, iles de boucherville I can’t swim. Even in a pool, I panic when I momentarily can’t feel solid ground under my feet. Yet, I love being on the water, especially the St. Lawrence River. Over the past couple of weeks, I spent time on a touristy Old Port cruise ship and on the east end Montreal/Boucherville islands bicycle/pedestrian ferry (seen in the above Gazette photo, taken Saturday by Peter McCabe). I was doing research for a story to be published in Saturday’s Travel section. I’ve also been researching the Hochelaga archipelego (also known as the Montreal archipelago). Fortuitously, John Woolfrey, a Montreal editor/writer/translator and Metropolitan News' unofficial Chief Triva Officer, sent me an email with some fun archipelago questions. Here they are (I’ll post the answers and sources next week): We live on an island surrounded by several islands with whom Montreal Island forms the Hochelaga Archipelago. How about some island trivia? 1) Name the main natural islands on which Expo 67 and La Ronde were built. 2) What's the original name of Nuns' Island? 3) Name the large island (245 km2)due north of Montreal. 4) Céline Dion built a mansion on what island she owns in the Mille-Îles River? 5) Name the island that's home to North America's oldest golf club. 6) Name the island that is also the smallest municipality in Canada, with only two permanent residents. Good luck! Speaking of water, below are photos I took on my June 24 trip to the Parc national des Îles-de-Boucherville in the middle of the St. Lawrence. (Voir la source)
  22. The Grand Trunk Railway's Bonaventure Station in the 1870s. The station structure roughly corresponded with Chaboillez Square in Downtown Montreal. This building was destroyed by a fire in 1916. Source et texte entier : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bonaventure_Station
  23. Bell Canada acquiert le détaillant de produits électroniques La Source, augmentant ainsi son réseau de vente de 750 magasins. Pour en lire plus...
  24. STM plans to build solar-powered bus shelters Panels could be used to power lighting * and illuminate revenue-producing ads By Monique Beaudin, The GazetteFebruary 2, 2009 Montreal’s public-transit agency is planning to spend $14.4 million to buy 400 new bus shelters – some of which would use solar panels to provide electricity. The new shelters need an energy source to allow the Société de transport de Montréal to use new tools to provide customer service and advertising. In some cases the shelters would be powered by solar energy, in others the shelters would be linked into a local source of electricity. Several other cities – including London, Vancouver and Toronto – already have bus shelters that use solar panels to charge batteries that power their lighting systems. Blainville, north of Mont-real, put up four such shelters in October and plans to replace all its bus shelters with solar-powered ones by 2010, said spokesperson Yves Meunier. Blainville’s plan was to make their bus shelters self-financing, by using revenue generated from selling advertising in the shelters. For that they needed an energy source to illuminate the ads. “People selling advertising want the ads to be visible for a certain number of hours every day, especially during the winter,” Meunier said. Blainville’s bus shelters – which cost about $30,000 each – were designed and built by a local firm, Meunier said. The city will recycle the old shelters by selling them to other municipalities, he added. The STM also expects that by selling ad space in its new shelters they’ll pay for themselves over a 10-year period. While the STM has already tested several different kinds of solar-powered bus shelters, spokesperson Isabelle Tremblay said the agency hasn’t chosen a specific bus shelter model to buy yet. The transit agency is still waiting for the results of a bus-shelter design contest announced by Montreal Mayor Gérald Tremblay last September. Tremblay called on the city’s designers to come up with new ideas for five things – the Champs de Mars métro station, the eastern wall of the courthouse, bus shelters, taxis and temporary festival furniture. Design Montreal has not yet launched the contest, spokesperson Stéphanie Jecrois said yesterday. The agency is still meeting with its partners to determine how the contest will work, but she said the contest details should be announced with a few weeks. The contest will be held in 2009, she said. Meanwhile, at the STM, Tremblay said the agency will only go to tender for new bus shelters after the Design Montreal contest wraps up. The STM now has 2,977 bus shelters, serving about one-third of its bus stops. It would like to install 100 new bus shelters over the next two years, and 100 more each year from 2011 to 2013. [email protected] © Copyright © The Montreal Gazette
  25. Même si c'est pas vraiment important, c'est tout de même intéressant: Virage majeur chez McDo - McDonald's a complètement revu et amélioré le design intérieur de ses restaurants. Les couleurs et les banquettes seront graduellement changées. Photo: Les Restaurants McDonald's du Canada source: http://lapresseaffaires.cyberpresse.ca/article/20070913/LAFRONTPAGE/70912097/5969/LAINFORMER01&template=agrandir