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Les Premières Nations et Montréal ont bien sûr des histoires communes et partagées, quoi qu’en pense le présent. Relevant plutôt de la croyance et de l’ésotérisme, cet objet, de la tradition culturelle amérindienne ojibwée, est généralement mis à profit pour, dit-on, se débarrasser des mauvais rêves et s’assurer du coup que le dormeur conserve de belles images de ses nuits. Montréal, qui donne l’impression depuis quelques années d’être assoupie, ne peut se passer, pour des raisons historiques, d’un capteur de rêves dans ses symboles. Un capteur forcément chargé de mauvais rêves – une ville envahie par des bandits, croulant sous les travaux mal exécutés, mais payés trop cher et dans l’indifférence de milliers de personnes responsables, et qui attend son réveil, enfin, pour faire apparaître des images un peu plus inspirantes, pour elle et ceux qui l’habitent.Une boîte de Lego, série architecture. Ce sont des petites briques de plastique empruntées à l’enfance pour les grands. Cette série propose des miniatures de grandes réalisations architecturales à travers le monde, signées par des grands maîtres du bâti. Il y a la Villa Savoye de Le Corbusier, l’Opéra de Sydney signé Jorn Utzon, le musée Guggenheim de Frank Lloyd Wright ou encore la célèbre Burj Khalifa de Dubaï, un modèle réduit des 828 mètres de prétention imaginés par Skidmore, Owings et Merrill LLP. De l’audace, de la complexité, de l’intelligence et de l’inspiration, auxquelles le Montréal du moment, faute de rêve, d’audace et de vision, ne peut accéder que dans ce format-là. Pour le moment, du moins.
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A van reportedly transporting Luka Rocco Magnotta leaves the Montreal courthouse on June 21 2012, Montreal, Quebec. Photo: ROGERIO BARBOSAROGERIO BARBOSA/AFP/GettyImages MONTREAL The cost to Canadian taxpayers for Luka Rocco Magnotta s extradition from Germany, aboard a government plane fit for the prime minister, is expected to be about $375,000.The estimated price tag for the accused killer s unusual journey home includes flight expenses,woolrich jackets, catering service and a hotel stay for authorities who fetched the fugitive from across the Atlantic, according to federal documents obtained by The Canadian Press.Berlin police arrested Magnotta in early June to end an international manhunt following the killing and dismemberment of Chinese national Jun Lin.Magnotta is facing several charges in connection with the gruesome slaying, including first-degree murder. The 30-year-old porn actor and stripper has pleaded not guilty to all counts. 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The 33-year-old Concordia University student s hands and feet were mailed separately to the offices of political parties in Ottawa and schools in Vancouver.Magnotta, who is originally from Scarborough, Ont., was arrested without incident at a Berlin Internet cafe on June 4 after he was spotted reading online news articles about himself by an employee.Two weeks later, he was aboard Flight CFC 3812 bound for Mirabel.Magnotta was met by a motorcade of police vehicles with flashing lights at Mirabel airport. 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It’s an echo of a line in Trudeau’s leadership stump speech, restated in an op-ed in the Hamilton Spectator last November: “If we do not attend to this problem, we should not be surprised to see the middle class question the policies, and the very system, that values and encourages growth.”The difficulty — and the reason, I think, why Trudeau has refused, thus far, to offer up any remedies — is that it’s a very complex problem Woolrich Outlet to solve, if soaking the rich, McQuaig’s preferred solution, is off the table. The Liberals’ great challenge is to devise a plan that is pro-growth, in particular pro middle-class real income growth, contains successful elements of 1990s liberalism — innovation, freer trade, balanced budgets — and does not raise anyone’s taxes. If they can do it, and make it appealing, it will be a trick worthy of Houdini. What is clear, now, is that they intend to try.The Conservatives view this, rightly, as potentially a greater threat than Trudeau’s hair. It is no surprise, therefore, to hear Industry Minister James Moore asserting consumers are now central to the government’s agenda. Who knew? That says this: You can’t have the middle class, Justin — they belong to us. Tom Mulcair, at his party’s recent caucus in Saskatoon, signaled he now covets the same turf. So, once again, the combatants converge on the centre. To the extent elections are about policy (alongside leadership, ground games and luck) the next campaign will turn on this fulcrum of the middle class — just as Trudeau and a few close advisers envisioned in the spring and summer of 2012, before they launched his leadership bid.Do foresight, good instincts and a knack for driving debate constitute intellectual substance? With people such as Freeland and Leslie in the mix, that question becomes less apt than it might have been, say, a week ago. But this is really just the start. 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