"At the end of the day, the reason why we are going this way is that we want to delegate to the MRCs, to the regions and to the larger cities control of their own economic development.” says Jacques Daoust, the Liberal government’s Economic Development Minister
Quebec pins hopes on all-electric school bus unveiled in Laval
Quebec Transport Minister Robert Poëti is seen here connecting the all-electric school bus for recharging with Mille-Îles Liberal MNA Francine Charbonneau and Minister of Sustainable Development David Heurtel.
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.
Officials at Centre du Sablon, the leading community centre for fitness and leisure activities in Chomedey, are thinking of expanding their existing recreational soccer program with a new program for those who might want their children to take part in soccer more competitively.
As part of a commitment made during the municipal election last November to improve communications between city councillors and residents, councillors with the Mouvement lavallois, which has 17 of Laval city council’s 21 seats, are starting to hold local monthly meetings.
The two sitting members of Laval city council’s opposition party, Action Laval, invited friends, political allies and the media to a gathering at city hall last Tuesday to celebrate the opening of the first official opposition office ever at city hall.