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BioContactQuébec 2009 is a biopharmaceutical partnership symposium gathering over 1000 participants.
Annual mutual trade between Canada and the European Union is about euro70 billion ($94 billion). "This new agreement will bring annually income gains of about euro20 billion for the two sides within seven years of its implementation," Barroso said.
The First Quebec Conference (codenamed "QUADRANT") was a highly secret military conference held during World War II between the British, Canadian and United States governments. The conference was held in Quebec City, August 17, 1943 - August 24, 1943. It took place at the Citadelle and at the Château Frontenac. The chief representatives were Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt and William Lyon Mackenzie King
CFB Valcartier was originally erected as a military training camp in August 1914 as part of the mobilization of the Canadian Expeditionary Force at the onset of World War I. The name Valcartier comes from the town of St. Gabriel de Valcartier, of which a large section was expropriated in order to create the military training camp. Due to its proximity to the port of Quebec, Valcartier became the largest military camp on Canadian soil, including some 32,000 men and 8,000 horses.
Originally posted by 13Etznab
So in my opinion, clearly the NWO like Quebec city:
- We are reaaall sheeps.
- We are testing dummies for new drugs.
- and ... why in you opinion they like my city?
I will enjoy reading all opinions here and inputs.
Sorry for the bunch of non linear information, but there is so much to tell...
Originally posted by 13Etznab
reply to post by billybob
OMG... forgot that.
And I made a little something at that time... it's like a rememberance poster for me...
Overall, the police disguised that tried to start the riot, were wearing a local radio station logo, famous for bringing thousands on streets. This radio station war real controversy here and was telling truths element politics didn't like.
So every listener of this radio station became an icon of Angry White Young Man. That is the reason some super intelligent SQ COP guy undercover deceided to wear that T-shirt from our radio station. This is so disgusting.
Originally posted by grandnic
If you are in Quebec city, we should discuss this over a good beer on Grande-Allee
Originally posted by stereovoyaged
So, just wondering from your sig. Are you a supporter of seperation? You don't want to stay with us? You couldnt' really call the habs the Canadiens anymore then.
But as a newfoundlander, if you know anything about our two provinces history with each other, I can see your point, if we didn't join Canada, Quebec wouldnt' have gang raped us for our hydro
We are currently going through an economic crisis that will no doubt lead to profound changes in terms of international relations. In every area, be it finance and the economy, governance, sustainable development or trade, it is vital to have a good understanding of the new global dynamics.
Focused on the central theme “Adapting to a New World Order”, the 15th edition of the International Economic Forum of the Americas/Conference of Montreal will seek to identify the strategic issues and challenges raised by this new configuration of economic and political powers.
From the list of keynote speakers who are already confirmed, the 15th edition of the Forum promises to be outstanding.
We look forward to welcoming you to the foremost economic forum of the Americas from 8 to 11 June 2009.
(Quebec) Quebec is on a war footing with the visit this week of a general forty countries of the Treaty Organization (NATO). An opportunity to take stock and to express the role that each state has to perform in the future.
General Andrew Leslie, commander of land forces of Canada, was honored yesterday for the choice of Quebec City as host of this annual meeting. "NATO shows its responsibility and its admiration for the soldiers from Quebec who have participated and still participating in the mission in Afghanistan, and he has shown leadership," he said.
If Afghanistan is a must for this conference, it will not be at the heart of the discussions. In this 60th anniversary of the founding of the organization, which groups 28 countries, it's time to take stock for the leaders of armies. They will discuss the perception of the role that everybody expects to play in the future and their concerns.
For Rémi Landry, military analyst at the University of Montreal, they may seek to look at the organizational structure of the armed forces in a context where the nature of war is changing. "It is now of inter-state conflicts and it requires resources and different strategies," he says. It is also the fact that some countries do not always seem to want to invest as much as in some other conflicts. This is the case of Germany in Afghanistan, which put off to commit its troops in combat zones.
It was the battle yesterday afternoon at the Chateau Laurier hotel where the leaders of armies are housed and held their discussions behind closed doors. While the Quebec Police restricted traffic on the street outside the hotel, a team of explosives experts from the Sûreté du Québec was conducting checks on the inside. A dog was also on site.
The majority of participants arrived yesterday evening at the Jean Lesage Airport to board a military plane. National Defense will obviously assist in the logistics of the meeting, which ends Thursday. Moreover, many unmarked vehicles belonging to National Defense, were stationed outside the hotel. During the week, he will get used to seeing police escorts accompany the generals in their movements.
This meeting comes exactly two months after the NATO Summit held in Strasbourg, France 3 and 4 April and attended by Heads of State.
One of the main topics on the agenda was to Afghanistan in the context where the President of the United States, Barack Obama, decided to send 17 000 soldiers and 4,000 additional instructors. The total number of U.S. troops is increased to 68 000.
In November 2006, Quebec hosted the 52nd session of the Parliament Assembly of NATO, which included some 300 elected officials in Europe and North America. The topic of the day was ... Afghanistan. At that time, the Vice-Chairman of the Assembly, Senator Pierre Claude Nolin, said it had increased from 15 to 20% the quota of 18 000 soldiers while deployed in the country, specifying that the war effort will not have to come from Canada.
Originally posted by stereovoyaged
reply to post by grandnic
Excellent idea, a few Ex's, oh! i'll bring the poutine!! mmm now I want poutine!!