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Société de Transport de Laval website pursues ‘real time’ efficiency

Société de Transport de Laval website pursues ‘real time’ efficiency

Kevin Machabée, the STL’s Technological Development and Innovations Consultant, explains aspects of the transit agency’s revamped website during an official launch held on June 19.

Laval's Souvenir Elementary end-of-year party

Laval's Souvenir Elementary end-of-year party

Half-covered in cotton conday, Souvenir Elementary School parent Kasia Hicks really got into her task as a volunteer during the end-of-year fun day.

Laval's Terry Fox Elementary wins ‘Green Futures’ award

Laval's Terry Fox Elementary wins ‘Green Futures’ award

School receives $1,000 and plaque attesting to awareness of sustainability

Laval's Crestview gives to Montreal Children’s Hospital

Laval's Crestview gives to Montreal Children’s Hospital

We would like to encourage these children to continue fundraising for the Children’s Hospital,’ says MCH foundation official

Lobster Mania’ raises $24,395 for SWLSB

Lobster Mania’ raises $24,395 for SWLSB

‘I look forward to this event that ends the school year on such a festive note,’ says SWLSB chairman Nick Milas

Steve Bletas running for SWLSB chairmanship

Steve Bletas running for SWLSB chairmanship

On Nov. 2, eligible members of the public will be voting not only for a school board commissioner, but also for a chairman of the board

The Action Laval opposition faction in Laval city council is raising questions about a computer software system the Société de Transport de Laval agreed to purchase for less than $1 million three years ago but whose cost has soared since then by 74 per cent.

Laval residents who are fans of soccer – especially Italian football – got a rare chance to meet one of Italy’s greatest living players last week when former AC Milan and Italian national team defenseman Gennaro Gattuso paid a visit to Laval City Hall.

On Monday, March 17th, the mayor of Laval, Marc Demers, and the president of the Commission scolaire de Laval (CSDL), Louise Lortie, concluded negotiations for the construction of four new elementary schools and the enlargement of two existing schools in Laval.

During a press conference held at City Hall on March 18, Laval mayor Marc Demers announced the new evaluation for construction costs of Place Bell to be closer to 200 million dollars than the previously estimated 150 million dollars, a whopping 33% increase.

Laval mayor Marc Demers is adamant about moving forward with the Place Bell project, despite the significant increase in estimated costs that was announced during the March 18th press conference at City Hall.

Laval mayor Marc Demers has answered his city council critics who claim he’s been appointing only friends and allies to the boards of municipal agencies like Laval Technopole as well as to the committees of city council.

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