Members of the Sir Wilfrid Laurier Foundation board, along with Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board officials and personnel, say “thumbs up” to the $36,635 raised for the SWLSB during the Rhapsody Orchestra gala held at the Château Royal on Jan. 22.
THE LAVAL NEWS HAS THE PROOF
As the only media present throughout the voting process at the Laval Les Iles Liberal nomination vote at The Chateau Royal last Sunday November 23, The Laval News was informed and witnessed many irregularities throughout the voting day.
Indigo’s Love of Reading 10th Anniversary was celebrated in September by elementary schools across the country, and Souvenir Elementary School in Chomedey is still celebrating, with a $20,000 windfall of books for their school library.
Nearly 500 community organization leaders and members of the Laval business community attended a luncheon last Tuesday to mark the official launch of a year of festivities to mark the City of Laval’s 50th anniversary in 2015.
While the City of Laval has decided to move ahead with plans for a major overhaul of its economic development agencies regardless of what Quebec does, Liberal Export and Economic Development Minister Jacques Daoust confirmed during a stop in Laval this week that the government is moving ahead with a major review of CLDs and other economic development agencies across the province.
Quebec’s Liberal government is hoping that a 100 per cent electric school bus unveiled in Laval and which is regarded as a first of its kind in North America will sell briskly to transportation companies and school boards and return at least some of the investment Quebec made in its development.