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The Laval News, Laval's English newspaper since 1993 - Journal anglais à Laval depuis 1993.
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Laval sued for $64 million by jilted developers

Laval sued for $64 million by jilted developers

‘Governing from the point of view of interest groups is never a good idea,’ says leader of Action Laval opposition party

Thousands attend the popular

Thousands attend the popular "Fête Familiale" in Laval

What would a big outdoor family event be without some face painting? The event this year was held at the Berge aux Quatre-Vents overlooking the Rivière des Mille Îles in Laval Ouest,

Chomedey U9-FA girls finish first

Chomedey U9-FA girls finish first

The players were Elizabeth Victoria Cote, Jenna D'Orazio, Alexia Hatzinikolaou, Anthoula Maria Kalamatianos, Ioanna Katravas, Eva Liakakos, Marina Mastrantonis, Stacie Merkousis, Julia Minassian, Sofia Nikilidakis and Marina Zarife.

Laval urged to fill Urgences Santé gap with EMS

Laval urged to fill Urgences Santé gap with EMS

Emmanuel ‘Manny’ Stavrakakis of Chomedey, a public safety professional, thinks Laval could improve First Response service by starting its own EMS department

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.

Driven to virtual desperation by $2.1 million in budget cuts ordered by Quebec’s Liberal government for this year alone, the head of the Laval/North Shore/Laurentian region’s English sc

CRDI Normand-Laramée, which is Laval’s central agency for the treatment children afflicted with pervasive developmental disorders (PDD), is breaking new ground with some measures allowing parents to become more active as participants.

A coalition of community organizations and labour union activists in Quebec has joined their voice with that of Canada’s generic drug manufacturers in denouncing a provincial government policy which they claim keeps prescription prices unnecessarily high by granting brand-name pharmaceutical companies 15 extra years of protection from generic copying.

(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.

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