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The "commitment of experts, technical staff and project partners'' was credited for the quick finish.
Congratulations to the Liberal Party of Canada on its spectacular victory, and egalitarian new Cabinet. Now that the campaigning is over and the real work starts, I thought I would share a few stories about some of the people in Justin Trudeau's riding of Papineau. Observers rank Papineau one of the poorest ridings in Canada. Going door to door in Park Ex, and in St Michel, I saw too many basement apartments choking with mold and mildew. Too many families crowded into small apartments. Too many qualified people with no jobs, or working in jobs well below their qualifications. The sharp poverty hit home dramatically one evening.
"The only word that I can use to describe what I saw is 'incredible,'" he said.
The Aerospace sector in this country is 76 000 direct jobs in 700 companies, including 200 in Quebec. This is a major sector with which the government must work with so that we may resist the rise of China, India, Brazil and Russia. All these countries support their domestic industry, why not us?
Montreal has begun dumping eight billion litres of raw sewage into the St. Lawrence River. The work began as planned at 12:01 a.m. today and untreated waste water will continue to flow into the river...
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The discharge must be completed by Dec. 5.
Cities matter, now more than ever. They're the engines that drive our economy. They're hubs of innovation and creativity. In other words, it's our cities that move Canada forward. Yet just as our cities work hard to attract the best and the brightest, care for their citizens and protect the environment, they must also address the challenges that come with a growing population.
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Montreal had planned to dump untreated wastewater into the St. Lawrence River beginning Oct. 18.
I decided to take our littles on an odyssey of our own, one they will recall with fondness one day (I hope). Our plan was simple: to ride the rails east from Toronto's Union Station to Montreal and spend several days exploring the historical streets.
In a letter sent Friday to Aglukkaq, Coderre challenged the interpretation of federal laws the government invoked to suspend the sewage dump that was set to begin this weekend.
"Based on limited data, Environment Canada cannot conclude whether or not the untreated waste water to be released will be acutely toxic."
The NHLer entered stage two of the league's substance abuse and behavioural health program.
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Montreal plans to dump the untreated wastewater into the river between Oct. 18 and 25.
It's decorative gourd season! Let's pumpkin spice literally everything! And hey, while we're at it, let's get out of the city to find our own great pumpkins and crisp apples, sip local ciders and ice wines, sample all the pies, and enjoy autumn's glorious show before the snow falls.