Not sure if this piece in the Christian Science Monitor (??) about Bixi bleeding money by redistributing bikes around the city is news – and if it is, why it’s not being reported more locally.
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Pop Montreal estimates from 50,000 to 70,000 people will be on site to see Arcade Fire perform Thursday night. The Quartier des Spectacles site has a list of forbidden items and some other details: expect to be searched.
Later: Live stream from CBC3. Twitter is now giving estimates over 100,000 people at the site.
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The city’s getting back to the notion of installing water meters in businesses, industries and institutions after its first attempt ended in an expensive debacle.
“Car-free day” is to begin at 9 a.m. on a small segment of Ste-Catherine Street, once the office workers are all safely at their desks, and end at 3:30 p.m. before they have to drive home.
Vélo Québec is agitating to get powered scooters off bicycle paths and I think they’re quite right.
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