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The Panorama: A timeless and prestigious address

February 19, 2015

The Panorama: A timeless and prestigious address
Located at 201 Chemin du Golf, on the Nun’s Island, the Panorama building is a real sound investment for each purchaser, as well as for each tenant looking for an apartment to rent in Montreal. Although this building was erected in 2001, it hasn’t aged at all and it’s still the reference of the city for investment and short or long term rental. The building, with its 19 floors and 116 units, each one different from the other,...


Victim assistance in case of emergency

February 5, 2015

Victim assistance in case of emergency
Floods or fires are part of life’s little travails, and don’t just happen to others. In collaboration with the best insurance companies in Canada, we offer quick and caring emergency services to help you throughout your search for a temporary accommodations. In case of serious damage, which prevents you from living in your current home, you might need to be immediately relocated in another apartment. We are there to help you by...


The Altitude Montréal: Everything in the height

January 16, 2015

The Altitude Montréal: Everything in the height
Located at 1225 University Street, the Altitude Montreal is the tallest skyscraper of Montreal, 124 high staring down on the other buildings around. From its top you can see the entire city with an amazing breathtaking panorama! The architects needed 3 years to complete this masterpiece of modern art and object of pride for the town and for the people who have the privilege of living inside. It’s not difficult to understand the reasons...


Prepare in advance for airport screening

February 26, 2013

Prepare in advance for airport screening
(NC)—Are you all set for your March Break vacation? It's a much anticipated time of year and the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority provides tips to help you get to your destination as quick and easily as possible. Knowing the ins and outs of security screening will ensure that your airport experience is free from stress and delays. At the beginning of the screening, have your boarding pass ready to present to the screening...


Make airport security a breeze

February 26, 2013

Make airport security a breeze
(NC)—Waiting in long lines at airport security isn't the best way to start your summer getaway – and neither is an official request to leave behind your sunscreen, shampoo or expensive perfume. Instead, take a look at a few simple steps to get you through airport security as easy as possible: Most personal care and beauty products are allowed in carry-on baggage provided they are in containers of less than 100 ml or 3.4...


Switch off the heater and still stay warm

December 14, 2012

Switch off the heater and still stay warm
(NC)—During the notorious Canadian winter, January and February are usually regarded as the coldest months. This year is no exception with biting wind chill and snow sweeping across the country. It can be hard for homeowners to bear the cold weather, however it is possible to avoid excessive heating bills with good choices of insulation materials. Industry specialists suggest an effective and efficient heating system requires a solid air...


Organize your home in one minute, one hour or one day

December 14, 2012

Organize your home in one minute, one hour or one day
(NC)—You might not think you have time to get organized, but if you break down your tasks into smaller projects, your home can be clean and clutter-free. Canadian Tire offers the following organization ideas that can be done in one minute, one hour or one day. One Minute: Throw out old magazines and newspapers Make your bed Hang up clothes Clean out the junk drawer Remove trash from your car One Hour: Store last...


Tips to avoid being “bumped”

November 22, 2012

Tips to avoid being “bumped”
(NC)—Air carriers often overbook flights (confirm more seats than are available) which means you could get “bumped”—a commonly used term for being denied boarding due to overbooking. When this happens, an air carrier must first ask for volunteers willing to take another flight. If there are not enough volunteers, you may be bumped based on the boarding priorities set out in a carrier's tariff (the contract between...








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