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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

(CBC NEWS) Prime Minister Stephen Harper's first majority cabinet includes nine new members, three of whom are new to Parliament, but mostly the shuffle announced Wednesday keeps heavyweight ministers in their old jobs.

A new study involving Canada’s Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) has found a gene connected with a type of intellectual disability called Joubert syndrome.

The evening of April 28 was a heavy one at a consultation meeting on zoning held at Laval city hall.

Laval city council’s meeting on May 2 was overrun by demonstrators forcefully demanding that elected officials break their contract with Berger Blanc, which is Laval’s official animal shelter.

There’s something new in Laval Les Îles: the riding changed color in the May 2 elections and is now bright NDP orange. The party’s candidate François Pilon beat the Liberals, his nearest adversaries, hands down with 47.72 per cent of the votes, against 20.59 per cent for the Grits.

Laval mayor Gilles Vaillancourt already has his new transponder. It was from Daniel Toutant, the president and executive-director of Concession A25 which will be operating the bridge, that the mayor obtained the special I.D. sticker that will allow him to cross the brand-new bridge spanning Rivière des Prairies starting on May 20.

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