Tuesday April 28 2015
Laval's English newspaper since 1993.
Journal anglais de Laval depuis 1993.
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Laval fire department upgrades its media communications

Laval fire department upgrades its media communications

New No. 2 Chomedey firehall slated to open in September

Chomedey Soccer Club ready for summer season

Chomedey Soccer Club ready for summer season

The Chomedey Soccer Club’s U15AAA and U16AAA teams are in France from March 27 to April 6.

CHOMEDEY GIRLS CHAMPS ONCE AGAIN!!!

CHOMEDEY GIRLS CHAMPS ONCE AGAIN!!!

U12-FAA Chomedey Blizzards do it again

Parc-des-Prairies hosts ‘Laval en Blanc’

Parc-des-Prairies hosts ‘Laval en Blanc’

Dog sled rides were one of the many attractions to be enjoyed in Parc des Prairies during Laval en Blanc.

Confusion reigns during car shelter crackdown

Confusion reigns during car shelter crackdown

Warnings should be clarified, says Laval homeowner

Jean-Claude Gobé welcomes the repayment of the tax hike by minister Moreau, “citizens who have been flooded will be refunded!”

Jean-Claude Gobé welcomes the repayment of the tax hike by minister Moreau, “citizens who have been flooded will be refunded!”

The citizens of Laval should not be forced to pay more taxes when there is an existing surplus, says Gobé

NDP Deputy Leader Thomas Mulcair claims the Harper Conservative government is out to make an example of Canada’s largest union of postal workers, just as former U.S. president Ronald Reagan

After failing to pass a law that would set rules for criminal megatrials when the Conservatives were only a minority government, there’ll be clear sailing for the newly-elected Conservative majority a second time around, with its reintroduced legislation now called Bill C-2.

Bill C-4, which is an updated version of legislation first introduced by the Conservatives last year, although they were unable to pass it, seeks to deal effectively with human smuggling, which is a growing global criminal phenomenon.

As one of its first gestures since being returned to power two months ago with a parliamentary majority, the Harper Conservative government has passed legislation updating Canada’s 40-year-old law safeguarding consumers from unsafe products.

Nearly 70 students who studied at the Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board’s Vimont Competency Development Centre over the past year reached the summit last week when they were awarded secondary school diplomas.

The City of Laval’s Citizens’ Protection Services department swore in 33 new police officers and promoted 27 others during a ceremony held on May 13 at the city’s Maison des arts.

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