John Molson Building

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Subject: John Molson Building
Has Concordia started construction on the new John Molson building yet?


[29-05-2006,05:12]
Anonymous
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Wasn´t this building suppose to be completed last year in 2005?
[29-05-2006,05:46]
Anonymous
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Concordia = 3-tier school in Canada
[29-05-2006,05:54]
Anonymous
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Ye just jealous Concordia gets brand new buildings while yours crumble and smell like old castle.
[29-05-2006,06:01]
Anonymous
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The business school is located at the Sir George Williams campus of Concordia University and there are plans underway for a new building to be located at the intersection of Guy Street and De Maisonneuve Blvd in downtown Montr?al. Construction of the building has been delayed however, due to financial issues - the school was reportedly operating in a debt of $2.5 million as of August 2005 and the Quebec government has yet to financially contribute to the construction of the new building.
[29-05-2006,09:30]
Anonymous
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"Ye just jealous Concordia gets brand new buildings while yours crumble and smell like old castle."

Did you mean UofT???

[29-05-2006,12:16]
Anonymous
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is concordia univ situated close to Mcgill???? is yes, then how far is it???
[29-05-2006,13:44]
Anonymous
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McGill and Concordia both have downtown campuses within walking distance from each other. It´s about time for some new buildings for Concordia. The old buildings were really depressing and devoid of any character.
[29-05-2006,14:27]
Anonymous
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Sort of within walking distance, it´ll take you some time though, but they are both in downtown

Concordia has that new engineering, arts & science building that was finished like last year? very nice.

[29-05-2006,15:06]
Anonymous



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