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  1. Un premier effet des hôpitaux universitaires? En tout cas, c'est une bonne nouvelle! http://www.cyberpresse.ca/sciences/genetique/201102/14/01-4369991-une-sommite-mondiale-de-la-genomique-a-mcgill.php
  2. Sur boulevard des Galeries d'Anjou entre l'actuel restaurant Madison et McDonald, un nouveau restaurant Les trois brasseurs sera construit sous peu. Il y a actuellement des pancartes qui annonce la venue du restaurant prochainement. Pour plus de précision sur sa localisation, le restaurant sera situé à deux pas du centre commercial les Galeries d'Anjou et il sera situé devant le Rona l’Entrepôt.
  3. Au 31 rue St-Jacques Ouest dans le Vieux-Montréal il y a un bel édifice de 6 étages qui semble innocupé en ce moment mais il y a un projet de rénovation par le groupe PLKJ pour en faire 16 condos de luxe avec 1 commerce au rez-de-chaussé. Le nom du projet serait ''Structart''. Malheureusement je n'ai aucun rendu ni plus d'information. Par contre on peut voir qu'il y a ''beaucoup'' d'espace libre dans ce coin là et la venue de ce genre d'habitation de luxe ne peut qu'augmenter le coté prestigieux du Vieux-Montréal.
  4. Cirque du Soleil’s Amaluna is performed in Old Montreal on Tuesday, April 24, 2012. Photograph by: Dario Ayala , Montreal Gazette MONTREAL - Quel horreur! It’s possible that the Cirque du Soleil may find its first permanent Canadian performance venue in Toronto rather than Montreal. According to stories published recently in the Toronto Star and the Las Vegas Review-Journal, MGM Resorts International, which is lobbying to get in on a proposed downtown Toronto casino, is hinting that it might include a permanent venue for Montreal’s Cirque du Soleil. This would be a huge blow to Quebec pride. Unless, of course, Cirque owner and adventurous billionaire Guy Laliberté appeases les gens de notre pays by completing a permanent venue for his billion circus here first — something he has been talking about doing for decades. The most recent Montreal rumours have to do with the Cirque’s acquisition of the Maison Alcan building on Sherbrooke St. Paul Godfrey, chair of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation as well as president and CEO of PostMedia (the company that owns the Gazette), says there is indeed substance to the rumour: “From what I understand,” he said Tuesday in an email response, “if MGM is chosen as the successful gaming operator, their facility would include a permanent Cirque facility. This is all subject to the city approving a casino in Toronto. I do know that from both MGM and Cirque.” Cirque du Soleil public relations director Renée Claude Ménard, too, confirmed the story Tuesday. “If MGM obtains something in Toronto,” she said, “we have confirmed that we would be their entertainment content provider. What it will be will be determined at a later date, but yes, we have of course confirmed our interest to our partner MGM.” When Alan Feldman, MGM Resorts senior vice-president of public affairs, visited Toronto last month to plead his case, he talked of a $4-billion resort that would include a 1,000-room hotel and create 8,000 jobs. The Las Vegas-based MGM is but one of several companies lobbying to run the proposed Toronto casino, which probably would be located at Exhibition Place, although other Toronto locations are being considered. Caesars Entertainment Corp., the company that runs Caesars Palace, the performing home of Céline Dion in Vegas, also wants in on the Toronto game. (There are, as yet, however, no rumours of a Caesar’s that would entice Dion to take up permanent residence in Toronto.) Godfrey has requested that the City of Toronto come to a decision on this matter by February 2013, hinting that the planned casino might find a better welcome outside the GTA area. Many Torontonians are opposed to the idea of a casino. Meanwhile, the James Cameron film Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away just had its debut at the Tokyo International Film Festival last weekend. And here in Montreal, it has been announced that Cirque CEO Daniel Lamarre will be awarded an honorary degree by McGill University. [email protected] © Copyright © The Montreal Gazette Read more: http://www.montrealgazette.com/life/Cirque+Soleil+might+permanent+Toronto+venue/7435689/story.html#ixzz2AE1Lxm7j
  5. Has anyone here had any experience with NYC nightlife? I've been to some killer house parties on long island, but aside from a bar near Times Square, i never had time to sample the nightlife. In a few weeks, my gf and I are going, and we want a different venue every night Also, a rooftop terrasse would be killer. Are there any in NYC, similar to Terrasse Magnétic, but on a 70-storey building instead of 20 storeys? What do you guys recommend!
  6. La récession est venue à bout de la robustesse des marchés du travail canadien et québécois en fin d'année et elle mordra davantage cet hiver. Pour en lire plus...
  7. La portion intéressante de cette article est à la fin... quelle est exactement la définition de forte densité? (...) Publié le 14 Juillet 2012 Nathalie Paquin VIEUX-LONGUEUIL – Afin de répondre aux réalités actuelles et permettre la venue de nouvelles classes d’usage, le conseil d’arrondissement du Vieux-Longueuil a procédé à quelques changements de zonage, lors d’une assemblée publique de consultation tenue le 10 juillet dernier, juste avant la séance ordinaire du conseil. La première de ces quatre modifications, effectuée dans un secteur du quartier Fatima, est en fait une correction technique concernant la somme des marges latérales de certaines résidences bifamiliales, qui a été corrigée de 3,50 mètres à 5,50 mètres. Aussi, les classes d’usage «finances et assurances» de même que «services administratifs et de soutien» ont été ajoutées dans la zone où est située la maison Chaboillez, sur la rue Saint-Charles Ouest. Soins de beauté et logements à forte densité De même, dans un tronçon localisé entre Desaulniers et Verchères, donnant notamment sur le boulevard Taschereau, l’usage «services de soins personnels sera permis». La conseillère en urbanisme Marie Laperrière, qui a fait la présentation des modifications, a souligné que le boulevard Taschereau représentait une épine dorsale majeure, une vitrine pour Longueuil. La venue de commerces de soins de beauté et d’esthétiques viendrait «enjoliver» un secteur où se trouvent principalement des commerces liés à l’automobile. Enfin, le secteur du motel La Barre, zoné commercial, comportera une nouvelle zone résidentielle, qui permettra la construction d’habitations multifamiliales de forte densité. Ceci en réponse au souhait d’un promoteur intéressé par ce projet. Celui-ci a aussi fait savoir son intention d’introduire le service Communauto, en plus d’espaces de stationnement pour les locataires.
  8. MONTREAL — U2 is putting up $3 million to expand Montreal's former horse racing stadium so it can accommodate 60,000 to 80,000 people for a show this summer. The fact that the band is fronting the costs of building the venue for the July 16 event is a testament to its love of Montreal, according to Jacques Aube, vice-president and general manager of promoter Gillett Entertainment Group. Gillett and tour promoter Live Nation have been working on the possibility of a Montreal date for months. The biggest problem was finding a venue big enough to host the show (including the 150-foot-wide (45-metres) stage, featuring a massive, steel spider-like structure) and comply with U2's request for an open-air stadium. The Olympic Stadium's roof is not retractable, so that 60,000-seat venue wasn't viable; Jean Drapeau Park is too small and even the Hippodrome, the former racetrack, wasn't big enough originally, which led to talks of constructing a venue specifically for the concert. http://www.canada.com/entertainment/expand+stadium+play+Montreal/2229285/story.html © Copyright © Canwest News Service
  9. La fin de la récré a sonné pour les nouveaux diplômés. L’heure est venue de rembourser les dettes d’études, mais il existe plusieurs façons de réduire ce fardeau. Pour en lire plus...