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  1. Proposed Skyscrapers
    https://www.lesaffaires.com/secteurs-d-activite/immobilier/le-phare-de-quebec-un-edifice-de-65-etages-a-quebec/576414
  2. Urban Showcase
    I forgot the names of some of these places. Went there several times, so all the pictures are not from the exact same time period. Correct me if I by mistake add a photo of Montreal. Statue of Samuel de Chaplain - "The Father of New France" St. Lawrence River Lower Town Chateau Frontenac...
  3. Quebec
    The Société de transport de Laval (STL) announced its intention, today, to carry out a feasibility study to determine whether it would be appropriate to put an aerial tramway into service on its territory. Ville de Laval, Agence métropolitaine de transport (AMT) and Hydro-Québec all support this...
  4. Rate Our Skylines
    Île des Sœurs (Nun's Island) is part of the Montreal borough of Verdun. The population of Nun's Island was 16,210 in 2006. http://www.flickr.com/photos/nicolasgrevet/5160226498/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/debe/6175361540/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/strategies-saint-laurent/5860380880/...
  5. Fotoforum
    Eind juli, begin augustus toerden wij rond in het zuidoosten van Canada. We begonnen onze trip in New York, waar we als fikse opwarmer een weekje verbleven. Van daaruit spoorden we via Niagara falls, Ottawa en Quebec naar Montréal. De komende weken kunnen jullie dus regelmatig een verse lading...
  6. Urban Showcase
    In July and August we travelled in 4 weeks from New York City to eastern Canada. We first stayed in Brooklyn, took the Amtrak-train to Niagara Falls Ontario jumped on the Via Rail train to the Canadian capital Ottawa, continued east to Quebec-city and ended our journey at Montréal. Don't...
  7. Rate Our Skylines
    Edit: My internet screwed up and I couldn't add the poll. Could an admin/mod please attach one? Thanks. Longueuil - Canada Suburb on the south shore of Montreal. Population: 230,000 http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/5960224054/sizes/z/in/photostream/...
  8. Urban Showcase
    The rest of my photos of Montreal can be found HERE.
  9. Urban Showcase
    CANADIAN CITIES: Toronto - Ottawa - Regina - London - Hamilton - Montreal - Quebec City - Halifax - Winnipeg QUEBÉC CITY - QUÉBEC
  10. Urban Showcase
  11. Urban Showcase
    Hey folks, I'm visiting my home of Montreal for the holidays, and i thought i would share some pictures with you all. If you like these, feel free to check out my photostream on Flickr. :) http://www.flickr.com/photos/whalechunks/ Enjoy! :cheers: I'll post more if people like...
  12. The Urban Tourist and Much More
    What is there to do in Quebec? I'm plotting a holiday there in the summer 2010 with family etc. I want to go for about 2weeks maybe a lil' bit more... What is there to do? Activites? Places to see? Is there any place you can go and just relaxe and be lazy, or is it all just action adventure...
  13. Cityscapes and Skyline Photos
    Photos by Jeffilan57 on Flickr
  14. Urban Showcase
    In the grand tradition of TB's Toronto and Gappa's Melbourne, I thought I'd try my hand at a Montreal thread. I'm always trying to get as far away from Montreal as I can, but I figure while I'm here I may as well make the most of it and show off this beautiful, frustrating, fascinating island...
  15. Urban Showcase
    Montreal - 4 Seasons Some shots I've taken over the last few seasons in my hometown...
  16. Fotografía | Reportajes del resto del mundo
    La mayoría de los 30 millones de habitantes de Canadá vive cerca de la frontera con los Estados Unidos. Más del 60% de esta población reside en el sureste del país, donde están las tres ciudades que visité. Me pareció un lugar perfecto para vivir, aunque a lo mejor tendría que pasar un invierno...
  17. Quebec
    This thread is dedicated to pictures of quebec city! Here are my pictures!
  18. Quebec
    ...Other than Montrèal and Quebec City?
  19. Quebec
    Made by Gilbert from the Québec forum @ SSP Montréal's Facts City population : 1 873 813 Metro population : 3 635 700 Immigrant population (2001) : 492 235 City area : 500 km2 Metro area...
  20. Subways and Urban Transport
    The Montréal metro is made up of 65 stations spread out along four lines. First inaugurated on October 14, 1966, it now consists of 65 stations on 4 lines totalling 60.85 km in length. In 2001, 214.6 passengers rode on the 4 lines, totalling 47 million car-kilometers. Even before the beginning...
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