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Taylor C. Noakes Aug 15
Local newspaper, always daring to be relevant, asks why people don’t like a bigoted & intolerant blowhard Precisely the type of hard hitting investigative journalism taught in all the most competitive online universities...
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Clean Energy Canada 16h
This new organic waste treatment centre in Montreal will divert 60,000 tonnes of organic waste from landfills and generate enough renewable gas to power up to 3,600 homes.
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Judyth Mermelstein Aug 8
It seems has already given them the go-ahead but hopes to avoid "scooterpocalypse" by requiring they be left in designated areas, not just dumped anywhere.
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Toula Drimonis Aug 13
“It’s silly to complain the city isn’t doing something to tackle infrastructure decay and then, when it does, complain that it’s getting in the way of your commute.” People are actually upset over a new green space conservation project
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somecanuckchick🇨🇦 Aug 15
Not a lot of businesses can wait until 2020—when the improvements are expected to be completed. 2+ years w/ not a lot of foot traffic will bankrupt many. What will the city do to compensate them?
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somecanuckchick🇨🇦 Aug 10
Gentrification, RE: De-Gayification, is a terrible thing:
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale, TCDSB Ward 9 Aug 13
Spotted scooters in Montreal today! They’re a bit too tall for my son, but bienvenue!
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Taylor C. Noakes Aug 9
Peak Spend $500 Million in corporate welfare on a baseball stadium for a team city doesn’t yet have: No problem Spend a few thousand to put up a fence so the homeruns of the poor don’t land in the soups of the rich: Slow down there Karl Marx
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I said what I said Feb 16
Hello Twitterverse! I made this account a few days ago to keep up with Canadian politics, so that's what I'll be tweeting about mostly - and occasionally some science stuff. Follow if you're interested, no offense taken if you're not ✌
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François-Philippe Champagne (FPC)🇨🇦 Jul 4
A great day for Montrealers and Canadians!
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Quebeckers for the Quebec Independence May 14
LILLEY: Trudeau had a really bad week – Toronto Sun Federal Election 2019. End the Exemptions for . End the Political Religious in . . .
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Phaedra Jul 17
People of Twitter- need your help! Am looking for organizations/people doing impactful work in (community, environment, youth, civics, etc.). Please comment below 👇or send me a message 📩
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IEDM - MEI Aug 1
The City of Montreal's by-law requiring pet stores to only offer animals from shelters will significantly reduce choice and supply. In response, consumers will turn to online breeders or other less desirable options.
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Ricochet May 14
MEDIA: Press release from Ricochet Media regarding the settlement of Richard Martineau’s $350,000 lawsuit.
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Dianne Laheurte Jul 1
Quebec: where Canada Day is synonymous with Moving Day. Helped son & fiancée move this weekend, final clean up yesterday, R&R today. Thank goodness for air conditioning! History here by
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Lisa Spector May 1
Replying to @EthanCoxMtl
Fucking threw trash bin by my car when caught in on Notre Dame, 0 warning, HUGE presence = USELESS trailing BEHIND riot, why not ahead warning & protecting ppl & property also moved bin off road INTO my car, thanks (not)
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Toula Drimonis Jun 25
“I get tired of listening to folks who insist we can’t rewrite history and that there’s no point in removing all signs of slavery, colonialism and barbarism from our public spaces because the cost and inconvenience are too cumbersome.”
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Randy McDonald Jun 7
. writes about the lack of rapport between the government of Québec and the metropolis of Montréal, and the looks at the consequences of said.
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somecanuckchick🇨🇦 Aug 5
REMEMBER: Days before Valérie Plante was elected, she made a campaign stop in front of the Co-op Haute-Ville and vowed to help the tenants find a solution... Families in CDN-NDG housing co-op have less than 90 days to evacuate:
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Taylor C. Noakes Aug 2
Ah the great culture war: suburban boomer motorists vs. everyone else It’s simple: urban neighbourhoods that lost population in the latter third of the 20th century have since gained new residents, and they walk/bike It’s not the end of anything
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