Longueuil is a city in Canada, with around 229.3 thousand inhabitants. Lemi has 1 lists with places in Longueuil.
In Southeast Asia, albino "white" elephants were considered especially prestigious and often owned by kings. The gift of a white elephant, while considered a blessing, also landed the recipient with a fairly useless beast which would cost a lot to house and feed. A white elephant gradually became to idiomatically mean any expensive venture or building project which was very expensive, with limited use. Whether sports venues built for a big event, or a "bridge to nowhere", here are 12 projects which blew past their already elephantine budgets.
a month ago
Salvadoran restaurant on Saint-Zotique. Loved coming here For pupusas and burritos.
a month ago
Awesome mini burgers and great poutine!
2 months ago
Enter the Canadian underground scene through a hidden basement to see one of the country’s most significant locations for music enthusiasts. Praised for staying true to its D-I-Y philosophy, the gigs you will encounter here are truly intimate. Expect another level of musical experience with local Canadian artists in this community-run space. The Bog promises a night full of creativity and meaningful social experiences. It has always been a crowd favorite and it can become yours, too!
2 months ago
Welcoming you with bizarre decorations, trippy lighting, and artistic vandals on walls, Foufounes Éléctriques is a bar that transports you to another era. On some days, they sport a new wave vibe, but most of the time it’s just pure punk rock. Hang out with a crowd from all walks of life and spoil yourself with their low-priced drinks. Being a place that promotes creativity and boldness, Foufounes Éléctriques urges you to have a break and just let go!
3 months ago
Nicknamed the "Big O" due to its shape, it quickly gained the moniker "The Big Owe" due to the exponentially increasing costs of construction. While the stadium did house the 1976 Olympic ceremonies, the tower and the roof were not completed until 1987. The stadium has not had a major tenant since the Expos baseball team left in 2004. The deteriorating roof means that events cannot be held if more than 3cm of snow falls. Whether a new roof is constructed, or the stadium is eventually demolished, it seems Montreal's stadium will never live up to its Olympic dream.
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