Sunday April 19 2015
Laval's English newspaper since 1993.
Journal anglais de Laval depuis 1993.

The city of Laval has a number of full-time and part-time job vacancies to fill this summer. There are jobs for students willing to work at one of the municipal swimming pools, in the parks, at the tennis courts or at the day camps and these employment opportunities are available in all the neighbourhoods around the municipality.

There’s good news for students from Laval who are looking for work this summer: the Regional Student Job Fair will be back at Montmorency College for its ninth successful year.

The Centre de Réadaptation en Déficience Intellectuelle (CRDI) Normand-Laramée, which provides services in Laval for children afflicted with pervasive developmental disorders (

Laval youth who face barriers finding jobs will be getting a helping hand, including job training and work experience, thanks to a federal government program announced in Ste-Dorothée at the Maison des jeunes by Senator Claude Carignan last Tuesday on behalf of the Ministry of Human Resources and Skills Development.

After putting heavy pressure on the Harper government to revisit the budget for summer employment initiatives in terms of the minimum wage and the cost of living, the Bloc Québécois h

Following public consultation meetings this week on the state of the Quebec economy with constituents in Laval and Montreal, Laval-les Îles MP Raymonde Folco and other Liberals from the region are not ruling out the possibility that the economy could be a dominant issue in the next federal election and that voters could be facing a choice between the Liberals’ and the Conservatives&

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