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Pierre Anthian envisions downtown LdR as ‘Promenade Cartier’

Pierre Anthian envisions downtown LdR as ‘Promenade Cartier’

Laval city councillor for Laval-des-Rapides Pierre Anthian plans to present his idea for the new Promenade Cartier to Mayor Marc Demers at city hall.

STL wants to boost ridership 40 per cent in next eight years

STL wants to boost ridership 40 per cent in next eight years

The STL’s fleet of buses will soon be rebranded with new logos and markings like this one at the transit agency’s main garage.

STL software cost soars 74 per cent

STL software cost soars 74 per cent

City blames former council for overrun

Italian soccer association to offer coach training at the Centre sportif Bois-de-Boulogne de Laval.

Italian soccer association to offer coach training at the Centre sportif Bois-de-Boulogne de Laval.

The visit by Gennaro Gattuso, now one of the world’s top soccer trainers, makes it official

Laval To Build Four New  Elementary Schools By 2018

Laval To Build Four New Elementary Schools By 2018

“Laval has one of the highest birth rates in the province of Quebec, and our schools are overflowing,” mentioned mayor Demers.

Surprise! Place Bell Construction Cost 33% Higher Than Originally Estimated

Surprise! Place Bell Construction Cost 33% Higher Than Originally Estimated

“Despite the increase in costs, none of the major players (Evenko, Bell, and l’Arena des Canadiens Inc.) have increased their contribution to the project,” declared Jean-Claude Gobé, special councilor for the Opposition.

Considering the amount of interest Laval residents showed when they turned out in great numbers last month for their city council’s first public meeting following the Nov. 2 election, the turnout for the December council meeting was surprisingly low.

For their last meeting of the year, the Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board’s commissioners had to deal with angry parents concerned about two widely different issues.

Parents of children attending Hillcrest Academy were outraged to learn that the husband of a long-time third-grade teacher had been arrested outside the elementary school on November 27, for breach

It’s been more than 30 years since the City of Laval first started inviting pre-teens to come to City Hall and learn first-hand what the mayor and the 21 councillors do there.

The first public meeting of Laval city council on Nov. 18 since the municipal election saw newly-elected mayor Marc Demers confronted with one of the first issues his administration will have to deal with – Laval’s flood zones.

A total of 89 medals were awarded by the city during the 50th edition of Sports Merit Laval on November 21st. Held at the Marcellin-Champagnat Theater this year, the occasion serves as a tribute to local athletes, coaches and officials.

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