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Christopher DeWolf

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it's that time of the month again. welcome back to montreal.

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As usual, great pictures Christopher. Thank you. You seem to have access to the upper floors of a number of buildings to take pictures from the upper levels.
 
hahah!!! finally! every time new photos are posted i search them carefully for me or my house. good job chris, at last you posted my apartment... 9 from the bottom, just in the edge of the shot (it's on hutchison at bernard)
 
wow, we live, uh, maybe 150 feet from each other. i'm on park just a bit below bernard (where lajoie would be if it carried through the block). we've probably crossed paths a million times.
 
What is the state of the city of Montreal right now? I love it there, but don't really know what's happening. Is the economy pretty good? What is happening in terms of development or other initiatives going on? Please fill me in.
 
the economy is good and there is a lot of development happening right now (nothing compared to toronto, of course). tons of residential and institutional construction.
 
I just want to jump on a plane and hop over the pond!

damn financial situation :(
 
Montreal-NICE!!! A good cross section of the city-with interesting shots such as that brick rowhouse block. LI MIKE
 
I think they actually closed-down if memory serves me correct.
 
^Has the building been torn down?

Oh, how many arteries I tried to clog eating there!
 
It's still there. In other news, spring has finally arrived in Montreal! It's such a different city with the warmer weather... I'm so happy.

Great pics as usual, dude.
 
are you kidding me chris? the economy here is crap! i'm too lazy to actually outline my statement but it's simply taken to be an incontrovertible fact here that if you want to earn money, you leave.
 
Most people I know from Montreal left due to economic reasons, it may be a great place to live, but Toronto has it licked for employment, I don't live t work, but I do need to earn a certain amount, not sure I could in Montreal.
 

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