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Photo by Regroupement des Organismes du MArticle Sidebar ShareShare this Story: Montreal to sell land in Cte des Neiges for 31 new social housing units Copy LinkEmailFacebookTwitterRedditPinterestLinkedInTumblrArticle contentA new social housing project to be built in Montreal’s most populous borough will help people living on the margins to avoid homelessness.That’s at least the city’s hope as the executive committee plans to approve the sale of a plot of land on Wednesday morning for $504,000 to Les Habitations Populaires de Parc Extension (Hapopex).The land will be used to construct a building of 31 studio and one bedroom apartments to serve a vulnerable population. The city had bought the land on Bates Rd. Near Wilderton Ave., in the northeast of the Cte des Neiges Notre Dame de Grce borough, and is selling it to Hapopex at a significant discount, explained Magda Popeanu, a councillor for the borough and vice chairperson of the city’s executive committee responsible for culture and diversity.”For me it’s important for it to be in the northeast of the borough where the needs are (greatest),” Popeanu said.
He joined the Lord Mayor of Coventry, Councillor Dennis Berry, in an informal tour of the Norton Villiers Triumph plant before enjoying a civic dinner in honour of the co operative. More than 400 workers, wives and families turned out for the visit. They crowded into the works canteen to hear Mr.
The European Union rejected on Wednesday most of Britain demands for easier trade with Northern Ireland but said it was examining more flexibility on steel. The planned date for the mission will mark the centennial founding of the Turkish republic, while other goals announced include sending Turkish astronauts into space and developing internationally viable satellite systems. “Our primary and most important goal for our national space programme is the contact of the Republic, in its 100th year, with the moon,” the Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish president, said.
Nearby, a young girl’s corpse lay in the rubble. The bed of the truck grew sticky with Wilfrid’s blood. I’m going to die here, he thought.As he awaited help, Wilfrid recalled his parents’ small sugarcane farm near the port city of Miragoane. It is time for our community to begin begin working together to transform and redefine ourselves ourselves into a community that works for all. It will take all of us to accomplish this. Please watch the swearing in ceremony and the future envisioned by our new Madison Police Chief Dr.