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Old Posted May 27, 2013, 4:48 PM
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Love that picture of Signal Hill. Very Atlantic! Looks like the place of an ancient castle.
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Old Posted May 27, 2013, 5:13 PM
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Gatineau and bird poop island



by moi.
This is a beautiful picture.

I have an odd question though; should pictures of Gatineau be posted in this thread? I thought Ottawa-Gatineau was the CMA, and that CMA has more than a million people.

I don't mind either way; that picture was great and I wouldn't mind seeing more Gatineau pics.
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Old Posted May 27, 2013, 6:49 PM
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^ your're right.. sorry bout that.
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Technicalllllllllly... Ottawa-Gatineau (Quebec part) is its own CMA as well I think. At least all indicators are available for it as if it was its own CMA. And it is included on many lists split off from the Ontario part. OK maybe I am splitting hairs...

Anyway it has about 320,000 people I'd say.
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That's an impressive shot of Gatineau (which belongs here, it is Quebec's 4th largest city), will be even more impressive once those 3 big buildings go up behind Les Terraces.

Wouldn't mind seeing a couple dozen 5-15 storey condos go up on the waterfront.
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Love the new Levis skyline!

Rimouski this evening
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Sherbrooke is looking lovely.
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Is it becoming a running gag or what ? -_- lol
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Sherbrooke is looking lovely.
So does Rimouski!


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Old Posted Jun 14, 2013, 12:11 AM
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Biggest skyline for a small city ever.
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What's that building under construction in front of Centre Square Place in the Yellowknife pics?

PS. Thanks for the Saguenay pic David! Never see that here Very nice. I guess that is the skyline of the former city of Chicoutimi?
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PS. Thanks for the Saguenay pic David! Never see that here Very nice. I guess that is the skyline of the former city of Chicoutimi?
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Did Jonquière have a skyline at all?
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Did Jonquière have a skyline at all?
Not much of a REAL skyline. http://maps.google.ca/maps?hl=fr&ll=...352.57,,0,0.63

Chicoutimi is leading all the way in whole city of Saguenay even if Jonquière is as much populous, or close.
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really nice Chicotimi pics. Been years since I have been down around Lac St. Jean. Lovely place.
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What's that building under construction in front of Centre Square Place in the Yellowknife pics?
More government offices, what else. Here's a more detailed shot.

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Looks good, cool window pattern on the parts of cladding that has been erected. 7 storey office building, not bad for a city of only 19 000!!! Are there any new highrises on the horizon? I'm surprised more diamond/resource companies haven't put regional headquarters in the city yet.
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