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Place to play in Montreal ?

Discussion in 'Canada East' started by jejay93, Dec 16, 2008.

  1. jejay93

    jejay93 Regular Member

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    Hi,
    I'll stay 4 months in Montreal from the 1st of January to the 2nd of May to study and I'm looking for a place to play.

    Thanks a lot


    Jérôme
     
  2. TonyxNguyen

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    where will you be living in montreal?
     
  3. jejay93

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    you should read the post on ''places to play in montreal'' most of the palces are outdated but they're still around,

    patro prevoste at jean talon is closed for renovatio till 1/16/09

    ymca at guy favreau metro is almost always open everyday(lots of competition here)

    ahunstic college might be open on saturday&sunday from 9am-2pm[accesible by metro]

    the rest=iono cause i don't play there, it's reccomended to check for the places websites when u search the thread on places to play in montreal

    ^^ happy holidays
     
  5. lcc.mtl

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    Loisirs du Parc

    419 Saint-Roch
    Montréal, Québec
    H3N 1K2
    (514) 277-6471


    Near Metro Parc

    every sunday : 2pm - 6pm

    30$/15 sundays = 2$ each time
     
  6. TonyxNguyen

    TonyxNguyen Regular Member

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    how much for just 1 day?
     
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    math is right there.. $2 each time..
     
  8. TonyxNguyen

    TonyxNguyen Regular Member

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    incase u didn't notice, most places offer badminton cheaper if you subscribe for a period of time
     
  9. lcc.mtl

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    another place to play badminton in Montreal : Centre du Plateau


    Adresse
    2275 boul.St-Joseph Est
    Montréal, (Qc) H2H 1G4

    Accès
    Métro : Laurier
    Bus : 27 St-Joseph

    Téléphone
    514 872-6830


    Coûts (Jour et Fin de semaine)
    • 7$ par adulte
    • 3$ moins de 18 ans
    • 25$ par terrain
    N.B Tous les prix comprennent les taxes TPS/TVQ ainsi que la taxe Ville de Montréal de 5$.

    schedule and more informations :

    http://www.centreduplateau.qc.ca/activites-montreal/info-408-badminton.cfm
     
  10. UrashimaKun

    UrashimaKun Regular Member

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    Oh hey, about that, do we have to subscribe 30$ to play? Or we can just pay 2$ each time? I wanted to go with a friend tomorrow so i dunno lah!
     
  11. lcc.mtl

    lcc.mtl Regular Member

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    you have to subscribe. maybe you can go there and ask the guy to try.
     

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