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The Laval News, Laval's English newspaper since 1993 - Journal anglais à Laval depuis 1993.
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Souvenir Elementary School Wins $20,000 in Books

Souvenir Elementary School Wins $20,000 in Books

Carmela Sacco, Principal at SES, described their library as “rather limited in respect to our total student population, therefore an opportunity to obtain more books is always a wonderful gift for our school.”

Activities announced for Laval’s 50th anniversary

Activities announced for Laval’s 50th anniversary

‘People are proud of their Laval identity and they want to show it by seizing this opportunity that we are offering them to become involved,’ says Mayor Marc Demers

El-Khoury snags Laval-Les Îles Liberal nomination

El-Khoury snags Laval-Les Îles Liberal nomination

‘Let’s go together. Let’s be united. Unity is the beauty of the Liberal Party of Canada,’ says winner of hotly contested race

Electoral Chaos at Laval-Les-Iles Liberal nomination

Electoral Chaos at Laval-Les-Iles Liberal nomination

Lack of organization enabled multiple voting

End draws near for Quebec’s CLD network

End draws near for Quebec’s CLD network

"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 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.

Following a meeting with members from Laval of the Quebec Liberal caucus, Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board chairman Steve Bletas is sounding more optimistic about $2.1 million in unexpected expenses downloaded by the Quebec government.

“You know, it’s a true privilege for someone to be able to listen to his own eulogy,” Laval city councillor and executive-committee member Basile Angelopoulos joked with his characteristic sense of humour during a brunch held on May 29 at the Hellenic Community Centre of Greater Montreal, to mark his many decades of public service.

With one bridge — the A-25 span from Laval to Montreal — finally crossed, Quebec Premier Jean Charest has set his sights on another — Montreal’s dilapidated Champlain Bridge.

(CNW Telbec) As part of a comprehensive agreement, the Fonds de solidarité FTQ (the "Fonds") has completed an orderly disinvestment in Simard Beaudry Construction by obtaining prepayment of the entire $36 million balance of subordinated loans with varying maturities through 2018. Initiated in early 2007 at the request of the company's owner, Mr. Accurso, the now completed disinvestment is part of a business transfer plan.

Four Laval businesses run by leading members of the Montreal Hellenic community were among the nine recipients recognized for entrepreneurial values and passion for success during the 15th annual DEKA Awards Gala on May 19.

The Family Medicine Group, a concept that was implemented in Laval by Quebec’s health ministry starting in 2004, was the subject of a day-long conference held at the Sheraton Laval last month

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