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  1. http://www.newswire.ca/en/story/1016933/montreal-is-confirmed-as-the-top-host-city-for-international-events-in-america MONTREAL, Aug. 6, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ - A great victory for Montréal! The city was named the top destination in America for hosting international association events, according to the official 2011 rankings set out by the Union of International Associations (UIA). As the principal host location in Québec for major international meetings, and as a 2011 finalist for the APEX award for World's Best Convention Centre, the Palais des congrès hosts thousands of conference-goers
  2. Salut tout le monde, Je doute pas qu'il y a un grand nombre de fans de gadgets qui aimeraient en recevoir ce noel!! Quels sont les gadgets que vous aimeriez avoir ou recevoir à Noel?? Voici mes top 3: 1) Go Pro 3 Black Edition (avec pleins d'accessoires): http://gopro.com/cameras/hd-hero3-black-edition 2) AR Drone 2.0 http://ardrone2.parrot.com/i-want-it/ 3) Un Ultrabook i7+Nvidia+1080p+SSD
  3. Destinations still under utilize technologies to inspire, promote, facilitate, engage travel.. When examining technology utilisation and online presence for tourism destinations the research demonstrates that the Top 10 destinations utilising technology online are ranked as: Thailand Montreal Las Vegas Vancouver Hong Kong Puerto Rico Australia Norway United Kingdom Melbourne http://traveldailynews.asia/columns/article/49630/destinations-still-under-utilize-technologies
  4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjTs3iZ7OHI The Montreal Gazette About time. Sucks that they charge 0.40 cents per transaction though.
  5. La métropole figure de mieux en mieux au palmarès du Global Financial Center Index, gravissant deux échelons pour se hisser au dix-huitième rang des places financières mondiales. Dans cette 11e édition du palmarès de mars 2012, réalisé d'après une analyse de l'environnement d'affaires et un sondage auprès de financiers partout dans le monde, Montréal est maintenant établie comme un centre financier d'envergure internationale. La métropole rayonne notamment parce qu'elle héberge plusieurs joueurs d'importance dans tous les secteurs, notent les auteurs du palmarès. Outre ses gains au palmarès mo
  6. http://journalmetro.com/opinions/bouffe-et-compagnie/754430/montreal-parmi-les-villes-gastronomiques-du-monde/ 09/04/2015 Mise à jour : 9 avril 2015 | 15:46 Montréal parmi les villes gastronomiques du monde Par Audrey Lavoie Métro Condé Nast Traveler a publié jeudi sa liste de villes les plus gourmandes: The World’s Best Food Cities. Choisi par ses lecteurs, ce palmarès sélectionne les villes où il fait bon manger autour du monde. En 2014, les lecteurs ont couronné la ville espagnole de San Sebastian. Paris et Cape Town arrivent respectivement en deuxième et troisième position,
  7. The Global Financial Center Index published by the China Development Institude and Z/Yen partners in London ranks financials centers worlwide based on criterias such as business stability and environnement, technology and assessment by the financial community. Montreal ranks 14th up 1 spot since the last ranking 6 months ago, ahead of cities such as Geneva, Frankfurt or Paris. Highest ranked city in Canada is Toronto in 10th place, London tops chart ahead of New York and Singapore to round top 3. http://www.longfinance.net/images/gfci/gfci_21.pdf
  8. Mise a jour du classement des villes entrepreneuriales 2016 - Un regain d'optimisme propulse MONTRÉAL, le 29 nov. 2016 /CNW Telbec/ - En 2016, six villes québécoises figurent dans les 20 premières places du classement des villes entrepreneuriales au Canada selon les résultats mis à jour de l'étude de la FCEI. D'autres villes ont également effectué un bond appréciable dans ce portrait des communautés entrepreneuriales. « Les signaux sont encourageants pour plusieurs collectivités québécoises cette année. En fait, les perspectives des entrepreneurs sur l'environnement d'affaires se sont avér
  9. GFCI 16 provides profiles, rating and rankings for 83 financial centres, drawing on two separate sources of data - instrumental factors (external indices) and responses to an online survey. 105 factors have been used in GFCI 16, of which 42 have been updated since GFCI 15 and 4 are new. New York, London, Hong Kong and Singapore remain the top four centres. All fourt centres lose.points in the GFCI ratings but retain their relative ranks. New York remains the top centre but by only one point on a scale of 1,000. Following GFCI 15, London remains just behind New York due to uncertainty over the
  10. Bay Street still has Canada’s most expensive office space http://renx.ca/bay-street-still-canadas-expensive-office-space/ Bay Street in Toronto has the most expensive office space in Canada, and no other city comes close to matching the $68.52 per square foot average rent that’s being asked for in the heart of the country’s financial district. JLL Canada recently released its “Most Expensive Streets for Office Space” report, which ranks Canadian cities by their highest asking rents. It shows many companies are still willing to pay a premium for the most expensive spaces, and competiti
  11. Quoi y a un concours?!?! Oui sans le vouloir, vous y avez tous participé... pourquoi le secret??? la raison est bien simple... continuez à lire plus bas et vous comprendrez! Comment récompenser les membres d'un forum? Qu'est ce qui fait vivre un forum? Les membres contributeurs!!! Ceux qui participent aux débats et surtout ceux qui se donnent la peine de prendre des photos pour être nos yeux sur le terrain. En annonçant le le concours en début d'année, j'avais bien peur que le forum soit inondé de messages et photos dans le but de gagner... voici pour le secret.
  12. Vote for Montreal to be the sole Canadian city on the board! Only 20 cities will be included. We are currently 18th!
  13. FINANCIAL POST http://network.nationalpost.com/np/blogs/fpposted/archive/2007/11/15/the-rebirth-of-downtown-montreal.aspx Posted: November 15, 2007, 2:46 AM by DrewHasselback Montreal Downtown Montreal is going through a rapid revitalization that has seen the rise of condo towers, university buildings, hotels -- and major international retailers. Nowhere is this more apparent than the corner of Peel and Ste-Catherine, one of the city's busiest spots. "The corner has always had a certain amount of vibrancy," says Sam Sheraton, senior administrator for Montreal's Drazin
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    http://www.minijuegos.com/juegos/html/index.php?id=5974 462000 c'est mon top. Les 10eme et 11eme rondes sont durs.. Il me sort une ville nowhere en Russie. Ha, facile quand la Russie fait 1/10eme de la terre.
  15. McGill takes 12th spot in global ranking ELIZABETH CHURCH From Thursday's Globe and Mail November 8, 2007 at 5:05 AM EST An international ranking of universities has put Montreal's McGill University in 12th spot, the highest rank to be reached by a Canadian institution. The annual rating, done by London-based Times Higher-QS World University Rankings, moved McGill up from its 21st placement last year. Ten other Canadian universities made the top 200 list, with the University of British Columbia finishing in the 33rd spot and the University of Toronto in the 45th. "This
  16. (Courtesy of Monocle Magazine) 1. Munich 2. Copenhagen 3. Zurich 4. Tokyo 5. Vienna 6. Helsinki 7. Sydney 8. Stockholm 9. Honolulu 10. Madrid 11. Melbourne 12. Montreal 13. Barcelona 14. Kyoto 15. Vancouver 16. Auckland 17. Singapore 18. Hamburg 19. Paris 20. Geneva --- It is an interesting list of cities. I am happy that Honolulu beat out New York. Though New York has been growing on me. One thing certain cities I did not expect to see on this list especially: Vienna.
  17. Which Are The World's Cleanest Cities? Robert Malone, 04.16.07, 12:10 PM ET In Pictures: The World's Cleanest Cities There is clean and then there is clean. In the world, as a rule of thumb, the North is clean and the South is dirty. Indeed only two of the top-25 cleanest cities in the world are below the Equator--Auckland, New Zealand, and Wellington, New Zealand. The cleanest cities are largely located in countries
  18. Checkez ce lien, c'est assez intéressant. On eput voir à quel point Montréal perd de son importance dans le pays! http://www.fraserinstitute.ca/admin/books/chapterfiles/JulAug06ffQandA.pdf Nous sommes passé de 96 Sièges Sociaux (dans le Top 500) en 1990 à 75 sièges sociaux en 2006. C'est pathétique!
  19. (Courtesy of Citymayors.com) 1. London 2. New York 3. Tokyo 4. Chicago 5. Hong Kong ~ 10. Los Angeles ~ 20. Atlanta 27. Montreal Complete list (Top 50)
  20. Six Canadian cities out of 50 have the winning combination that attract migrants * Six Canadian cities out of 50 have the winning combination that attract migrants Calgary, Waterloo, Ottawa, Vancouver, St. John’s and Richmond Hill have what migrants are looking for when choosing where to locate, according to the Conference Board’s second report assessing the attractiveness of Canadian cities. Read the report here. “Cities that fail to attract new people will struggle to stay prosperous and vibrant,” said Mario Lefebvre, Director, Centre for Municipal Studies. “These six cities come
  21. Je ne sais pas s'il existe déjà ce genre de fil ici mais après quelques vérifications je n'ai rien trouvé donc je lançe le sujet de discussion que j'avais abordé dans un autre fil. Je donne mon avis sur ce que je crois etre le top 10 des ''landmark'' de Montréal, c'est à dire les emblèmes qui sont bien reconnus par les montréalais en premier lieu mais aussi par les étrangers/touristes. Des emblèmes qui se retrouvent souvent sur des photos, des cartes postales ou des croquis. 1- Le Stade Olympique / Tour Olympique 2- Le Mont-Royal / La croix 3- La Place Ville-Marie 4- L'Oratoir
  22. The American Institute of Architects recently turned 150 and to celebrate they decided to put together a list of 150 favorite American buildings (do they know how to party or what?). Click forward to see which buildings made the top ten (you can see if any of your other personal favorites made the list here: http://www.favoritearchitecture.org/afa150.php
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