Category Archives: Feature

Editor-in-chief, english section, accounting careers

Annual publication on accounting careers, direct distribution in September to Quebec’s accounting students province-wide. “Accountants in control” by Oana Avasilichioaie Many accountants work in positions of power as chiefs of industry at companies throughout Quebec and Canada. For example, Sheila

Editor-in-chief, english section, accounting careers

Annual publication on accounting careers, direct distribution in September to Quebec’s accounting students province-wide. “Accountants in control” by Oana Avasilichioaie Many accountants work in positions of power as chiefs of industry at companies throughout Quebec and Canada. For example, Sheila

Editor-in-chief, English section, law careers

Annual publication on law careers, direct distribution in September to Quebec’s law students province-wide. English Section “More cultural diversity in legal professions” by Meg Hewings Visible minorities are currently underrepresented in the legal profession in Quebec, but times are changing Pie IX

Editor-in-chief, English section, law careers

Annual publication on law careers, direct distribution in September to Quebec’s law students province-wide. English Section “More cultural diversity in legal professions” by Meg Hewings Visible minorities are currently underrepresented in the legal profession in Quebec, but times are changing Pie IX

Rough and ready

A new tavern in Montreal’s Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie– Quai No. 4 designed by La Firme– pays tribute to the neighbourhood’s industrial heyday. Over the last century, Rosemont developed as a bedroom community for CPR Shop Angus, a locomotive manufacturing plant and expansive

Rough and ready

A new tavern in Montreal’s Rosemont-La-Petite-Patrie– Quai No. 4 designed by La Firme– pays tribute to the neighbourhood’s industrial heyday. Over the last century, Rosemont developed as a bedroom community for CPR Shop Angus, a locomotive manufacturing plant and expansive

Montréal

In late 1999, Montréal was crowned North America’s most bike-friendly city by Bike Magazine. Yet, for Montréal’s commuter cyclists, something didn’t add up. Their daily journeys were harrowing experiences – punctuated by extreme weather conditions, race-crazed drivers, parked-car “door prizes,”

Montréal

In late 1999, Montréal was crowned North America’s most bike-friendly city by Bike Magazine. Yet, for Montréal’s commuter cyclists, something didn’t add up. Their daily journeys were harrowing experiences – punctuated by extreme weather conditions, race-crazed drivers, parked-car “door prizes,”

St. Laurent is brilliant, but is it art?

The Société de développement du boulevard Saint-Laurent sidestepped any holiday controversy this year by flipping the switch on 65 energy-efficient LED installations attached to lampposts between Sherbrooke St. and Mt. Royal Av. Instead of the usual, overplayed holiday symbols, they

St. Laurent is brilliant, but is it art?

The Société de développement du boulevard Saint-Laurent sidestepped any holiday controversy this year by flipping the switch on 65 energy-efficient LED installations attached to lampposts between Sherbrooke St. and Mt. Royal Av. Instead of the usual, overplayed holiday symbols, they

Le shopping, it rocks!

After years in the doldrums, Quebec City’s coolest ‘hood is back as a shopping hot spot, without losing its boho charm. Quebec City can seem frozen in time, nowhere more so than in the hsitoric Haute- and Basse-Villes, whose shops

Le shopping, it rocks!

After years in the doldrums, Quebec City’s coolest ‘hood is back as a shopping hot spot, without losing its boho charm. Quebec City can seem frozen in time, nowhere more so than in the hsitoric Haute- and Basse-Villes, whose shops

Good to the last drop

The corporatization of McGill University continues unabated, threatening the future of the successful student-run architecture café. In the early ’90s, for a senior studio course entitled Design and Construction, graduating McGill architecture students installed the furnishings for a café in

Good to the last drop

The corporatization of McGill University continues unabated, threatening the future of the successful student-run architecture café. In the early ’90s, for a senior studio course entitled Design and Construction, graduating McGill architecture students installed the furnishings for a café in