Took this around 94-95. The apartments are on Airlie street which had pretty much become a ghetto at that point in time. I can remember being quite young and there […]
Saw this over at Darkly Dreaming David and just can’t resist.
Article from Friday’s Gazette discusses The Autonomous Social Centre and their “radical” approach to community activism. This would include possibly squatting on the old CN yards. I just love this […]
It was a full house last night at the Gadbois Centre for the information session presented by various community organizations that work directly with the communities that will be most […]
Well, I have been saying for three years that there is a wonderful opportunity to do something truly great and of value at Turcot Yards and today I read Jean […]
Well, folks, sad as it may seem, it really has come down to having to look to Toronto for an example of intelligent urban planning in regard to a Montreal […]
I just love this concept. Handstands In Europe by Nathan Hemming. Then this one caught my eye. That is at Schurenbachalde in Essen, Germany, and is a sculpture by Richard […]
Article in the Gazette talks about city involvement in getting land for the Devimco developement. This paragraph caught my attention, “The Devimco proposal, which got a thumbs-down from the city’s […]
The saga continues with a report in The Gazette today by Phil Couvrette. A bridge in St.Lin-Laurentides, about 80 kilometers north of Montreal, will be demolished and a new one […]
New York! New York! NYC has a sustainability plan that was reached in large part by a consensus and participation process with citizens. And they are calling it PlaNYC! One […]
The John Street Roundhouse is to be turned into a furniture store. Christoper Hume writes about it here. “The most troubling aspect of the arrangement, more worrisome than the fate […]
Found this on a page over at Friendster. dear god, when the weather warms winter and we see skinny snowmen lining the streets of suburbia, we are going to check […]
There was an article in The Gazette on Tuesday that opened with this sentence below. “The eyesore of shipping-container highrises on the north side of Highway 20 in Lachine will […]
Great local photoblog featuring the work of Daniel Seguin! Click here for more.
There has been some activity recently at Turcot Yards. 2M Ressources is a glass recycling company that closed it’s plant on Notre Dame Ouest in mid February of this year. […]