"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.
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.
Fabre Liberal MNA Michelle Courchesne, who is Treasury Board President and Minister Responsible for Laval, has announced that an integrated centre for first-line medical services will be opening its doors next fall in western Laval in the riding of Fabre.
Measles is a highly contagious disease. In Quebec, it is rare today because of extensive vaccination programs. All the same, since the beginning of 2011 cases of measles have been confirmed in several regions.
On May 14, the administration of 1313 Chomedey Blvd. gave the residents of the seniors’ home a special party to celebrate Mother’s and Father’s Day. All agreed that the residents took part in an evening that was truly memorable.
Parti au Service du Citoyen leader Robert Bordeleau has concluded that Laval mayor Gilles Vaillancourt lacks “vision,” following the mayor’s announcement last week that he wants five more Métro stations for Laval.