Thursday, August 11, 2011

More infrastructure failures in Montreal?

Reading the news today, I could not determine if a piece of cement fell from the Papineau overpass (see 1 hurt as Montreal overpass sheds concrete - CBC) or was dropped (see Morceau de béton lancé sur une voiture à Montréal : la police enquêtera - Radio Canada).


Let's see what happens with the investigation... in all cases, our infrastructures in Montreal are not getting any better!


Monday, August 01, 2011

Facebook : Montréal : Qu'est ce qu'on fait? Nous nous Souvenons ♥ Lea Guilbeault ♥

Nous avons commencé sur Facebook :
Montréal : Qu'est ce qu'on fait? Nous nous Souvenons ♥ Lea Guilbeault ♥

Nos buts:
- de s'assurer que la tragédie de Léa Guilbeault ne se reproduira pas ici au Québec
- de célebrer la vie de Léa et le bonheur qu'elle nous a donné

Our Objectives:
- to ensure that no other Montrealers go through what we went through.
- to celebrate Lea's life


Please forward as appropriate.

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Death from Above + Fallen slab is concrete proof Montreal’s crumbling

Two articles stories on Montreal's crumbling infrastructures. Now it is Ville Marie's Tunnel turn. A 15 meter slab fell.



An important statement from the article:
No one was injured in the collapse in the Ville-Marie tunnel, but the incident could have had disastrous consequences if it had occurred on Monday at the same time, during rush hour traffic, police said.