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Old Posted Sep 10, 2009, 1:48 PM
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^not much worse than K-W's skyline.

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my cousins come from luceville -- i'll be up there in december for a wedding and an interfromage.
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Caniapiscau QC skyline. Permanent pop. 0 (ok I know I'm being ridiculous)









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That's a nice skyline considering the population.
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In the under 500 000 category, for me it is a 3 way tie, i love the skylines of Victoria, Regina and Halifax. 3 great skylines that destroy almost any other metro area under 500 000 in North America.
London has taller buildings than all of those cities.
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And Niagara Falls has taller buildings than London...
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That is great they both have taller buildings, but height is only 1 of many factors that makes a skyline interesting or beautiful to me.

And in my opinion the skylines of Victoria, Regina and Halifax are much more impressive and beautiful than that of London or Niagra.
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^I agree. And I currently live in London (but pine somedays for Montreal and Vancouver, former homes)
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That is great they both have taller buildings, but height is only 1 of many factors that makes a skyline interesting or beautiful to me.

And in my opinion the skylines of Victoria, Regina and Halifax are much more impressive and beautiful than that of London or Niagra.
I wouldn't say Regina has a beautiful skyline... Impressive for a city of its size, but beautiful?

Anyway, here is the not-so-beautiful Iqaluit. pop. 6500


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I dont know why, I have always loved the Regina Skyline.
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I dont know why, I have always loved the Regina Skyline.
I now live in Regina, but one of the reasons I like Regina's skyline is that it is a good size, and it is pretty glassy.
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I love the fact that we have a skyline that far north and in the middle of no where, it awesome, i hope they add more!
I know, it's pretty cool. I'd also like to see other cities like Whitehorse and Iqaluit develop a mini skyline.
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I really want to go to Yellowknife one day, and snap some pics of my own!
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I know, it's pretty cool. I'd also like to see other cities like Whitehorse and Iqaluit develop a mini skyline.
But Iqaluit already does have a (extremely) mini skyline



5 year old pic; I doubt much has changed.
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But Iqaluit already does have a (extremely) mini skyline



5 year old pic; I doubt much has changed.
Iqaluit has got to be one of the ugliest, most god forsaken places on the face of the earth. good god.
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I wouldn't say Regina has a beautiful skyline... Impressive for a city of its size, but beautiful?

Anyway, here is the not-so-beautiful Iqaluit. pop. 6500


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I wonder what it will look like when Harper opens the Ministry of Northern Development? An office bldg and several new homes for the public servants. Their salaries should be good for the economy too.
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