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The Laval News, Laval's English newspaper since 1993 - Journal anglais à Laval depuis 1993.
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Construction begins on Place Bell

Construction begins on Place Bell

Mayor Marc Demers announces the beginning of construction of Place Bell at Laval City Hall on Oct. 6.

Laval Firehall open house draws kids and parents

Laval Firehall open house draws kids and parents

Moms, dads and children pose for a photo for the Laval News at the Laval Fire Department’s No. 6 firehall on 35th Ave. in Laval-Ouest during the open house held on Oct. 5.

Immigration Minister Weil helps launch intercultural week in Laval

Immigration Minister Weil helps launch intercultural week in Laval

Quebec Immigration Minister Kathleen Weil, Laval-des-Rapides Liberal MNA Saul Polo, Alfred-Pellan NDP MP Rosane Doré-Lefebvre and Entraide Pont-Viau director Claire Le Bel were among the many people who turned out for a celebration for the launch of a week-long celebration of intercultural understanding at the Entraide on Oct. 4.

National Caregivers Week is Nov. 2 - 8

National Caregivers Week is Nov. 2 - 8

From the left, Mariette Chalifoux, president of the board of L’Appui Laval, Mayor Marc Demers and Mille-Îles Liberal MNA Francine Charbonneau who is Minister for Seniors.

PILE program to help provide family services in Laval

PILE program to help provide family services in Laval

Centre jeunesse, CSSS have new working system known by the acronym PILE.

Verbal jousting during October Laval council meeting

Verbal jousting during October Laval council meeting

Mayor Marc Demers responds to residents’ questions during the Oct. 6 Laval city council meeting.

The City of Laval’s main economic development agency, Laval Technopole, has added an important new contact to a growing list of international connections potentially interested in doing business in the city’s industrial sector.

The City of Laval’s protective services division swore in 21 new police officers, promoted many others to higher ranks, and honored officers and citizens for courageous acts over the past year during a ceremony held on May 13 at Laval’s Maison des arts.

The city of Laval is once again offering compost at a low price and encourages residents to make their own compost at home. The annual spring sale will take place on Saturday, May 17, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (or until they sell out) in the parking lot at City Hall, located at 1 Place du Souvenir.

Busque, who made her debut for senior national team in 2013, will bring the speed and the character Comets this year. The 2013 W-League All-Western Conference selection can play in the middle or outside and will be a constant threat to opposing defenders.

It’s once again time to register your baby for the annual program offered by the city of Laval “One Baby, One Tree”(Une naissance, un arbre). Families who have had a baby have the chance to receive a Japanese Lilac tree. Registration is open until May 30.

The next pet adoption day in Laval will be held on May 10th at the Samson Arena (655 Sylvie St.). Organized by the city of Laval in collaboration with the Centre for Animal Adoption in Quebec (Centre d’adoption d’animaux de compagnie du Québec), the event will bring together a dozen shelters who have healthy, sterilized, and vaccinated animals that are looking for good homes. Technicians in animal health will be on hand to microchip registered dogs and cats.

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