Chantiers de construction en cours
Le bulletin Chantiers de construction en cours présente une liste les chantiers de construction de 5 millions $ et plus en cours sur le territoire de l’agglomération de Montréal. Celle-ci comprend une courte description du projet, son emplacement, le propriétaire, la valeur, les dates de début et de fin de la construction, ainsi que le type de construction.
Cette compilation spéciale est effectuée par Montréal en statistiques pour la ville de Montréal et ses arrondissements, ainsi que pour les villes liées, à partir de relevés émis par la Commission de la construction du Québec. Sa publication est donc tributaire des relevés publiés par cet organisme.
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La réception ducale à Montréal : Les décorations : 1) L'édifice de La Presse ; 2) Arc de triomphe McGill ; 3) Arc des citoyens, angle Peel et Sherbrooke ; 4) Arc, angle Windsor et Dorchester ; 5) Arc, angle St-Denis et Sherbrooke ; 6) Vue de la rue St-Jacques ; 7) Rue Windsor, près Ste-Catherine ; 8) Arc, place Jacques-Cartier ; 9) La gare Windsor ; 10) Rue Sherbrooke, près St-Laurent
Habitat ‘67 developed out of architect Moshe Safdie’s 1961 thesis design project and report ("A Three-Dimensional Modular Building System" and "A Case for City Living" respectively). The building was realized as the main pavilion and thematic emblem for the International World Exposition and its theme, Man and His World, held in Montreal in 1967 (movie). Born of the socialist ideals of the 1960s, Safdie’s thesis housing project explored new solutions to urban design challenges and high-density living. His ideas evolved into a three-part building system which pioneered the combined use of a three-dimensional urban structure, specific construction techniques (the prefabrication and mass-production of prototypal modules), and the adaptability of these methods to various site conditions for construction conceivably around the world (Safdie would later be commissioned to design other 'Habitat' projects in North America and abroad).
The outcome of Safdie’s thesis explorations, Habitat ’67 in essence gives life to these ideas. The design for Habitat relies on the multiple use of repetitive elements, called boxes or modules, which were arranged to create 16 differently configured living spaces, for a total of 158 residences within the complex.
Terror Center: Montreal, terror capitol of North America
The RCMP (Canada’s equivalent to the FBI) has arrested a Montreal area man involved in yet another international plot to commit terror.
CTV- Quebecer arrested in connection with terror plot
VIENNA, Austria — A 35-year-old Quebec resident has been arrested in connection with an alleged threat to bomb targets outside Canada. The RCMP says Said Namouh was arrested yesterday in Maskinonge, Quebec, northeast of Montreal. Namouh faces conspiracy charges and is slated to make a court appearance in Montreal tomorrow morning. RCMP say he was arrested in connection with an Austrian investigation into an online threat against Austria and Germany.
Austrian authorities say they rounded up three alleged al Qaeda sympathizers earlier this week — two men and a woman, all Austrian citizens in their 20s and of Arab origin. They believe the three are linked with a video that surfaced in March threatening to attack Germany and Austria unless the two countries withdrew their personnel from Afghanistan. Perfect Storm
Montreal is traditionally a port / gateway city that now features an exploding Arabic & Muslim population. Fancying itself ‘European’, the city sports liberal bordering on criminally lax security, a native french population that is radically left, & thus naturally sympathetic to so called ‘resistance’ and anti-Americanism, while harboring at the same time deep antithesis to religion, Israel and Jews in particular. Quebecers are statistically speaking the most anti-Semitic population group in Canada.
During last summer’s Lebanon conflict with Hezbollah tens of thousands marched in the city in support of the terror group, including prominent Quebec politicians. Quebec’s population has never supported the Afghanistan mission, or the liberation of Iraq. The city has been featured as one of the leading grounds for terror fundraising & recruiting on the North American continent, and is ceaselessly in the news due to the fact that it is a both breeding ground for terrorists, as well as a convenient safe-haven.
But if you were to ask Government officials, law enforcement, or the average Quebecer they would deny it all.. Unfortunately the facts speak for themselves. Please see the following posts for an endless litany of embarrassing and dangerous terror ties featuring Quebec & Montreal, the terror capitol of North America, and this is just the tip of the iceberg: