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Subject: Concordia: Canada's University in the 21st Century
Our $120 Million 17 level (15 above ground) John Molson building will be the best business building in Canada.

Coming December 2008!

http://buildings.concordia.ca/index.php

John Molson = Canada´s #1 Business School by 2010


[02-09-2006,08:08]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Concordia: Canada's University in the 21st Century)
15-storey? For what??

Seneca has more than 100,000 students.

[02-09-2006,10:42]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Concordia: Canada's University in the 21st Century)
It will build a mall inside the building just like Ryehigh.
[02-09-2006,11:19]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Concordia: Canada's University in the 21st Century)
Concordia is a good school but it needs cash and less political science students.


[02-09-2006,12:15]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Concordia: Canada's University in the 21st Century)
"Seneca has more than 100,000 students."

what´s your point? Seneca has more than 100,000 students who are retards for being there in the first place. is that your point?

[02-09-2006,12:26]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Concordia: Canada's University in the 21st Century)
Its not 120 Million. LIke 55 Million.

You think the government will cough up that much money for business students? hahaha. Please.

I bet they will not even get the money. If you read about this project, you realise that the building should have been built 3 years ago. HEC and Mcgill do not want this building finished and they will get their wish. You cannot fight HEC and Mcgill. FAce it, if you want to get a job in Montreal, you should study at HEC. These frenchies control the economy and they always favour their own kind. all I can say is HEC Montreal is no HEC paris. Its really easy to get into HEC Montreal. They have like 5000 students or something.


[02-09-2006,13:28]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Concordia: Canada's University in the 21st Century)
HEC has low admission standards.

Who wants to stay in Quebec? Most McGill students take their degree(s) and leave for ON/AB/BC, USA, or even Asia. John Molson grads should do the same.




[02-09-2006,13:58]
Anonymous



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