Monday April 27 2015
Laval's English newspaper since 1993.
Journal anglais de Laval depuis 1993.

 The Centre Québécois d’Innovation en Biotechnologie (CQIB), a Laval-based organization that encourages the development of new life-science and technology businesses

A one million dollars investment that brings significant benefits to the Quebec aerospace industry.The Institut de formation aérospatiale (IFA) announced last Thursday the opening of its new AéroCompétence™ Training Center in Laval.

Servier Canada, the Canadian subsidiary of the Servier Research Group, the second largest French pharmaceutical company, has begun construction of a Centre of Excellence in Clinical Research at its Laval location.

These Sec. 2 Students at Mother Teresa Junior High School , will present their project" L'énergie bleue".
The goal of their project is to successfully create a self-sustainable renewable hydrogen dry cell using the basis of electrolysis.

Eunice Linh You, a Grade 11 student at Laval Liberty High School, describes the behaviour, differentiation and type of cells present in neurons…

Careers in electrical engineering may be in the cards for some pupils attending Our Lady of Peace Elementary School in Fabreville, after they recently became the first students in Canada to successfully complete a new on-line electronics education program.

After winning at a series of regional, provincial and national science fairs with his project, Pills on Your Plate, about the problem of antibiotic resistance, John Marinos, a Secondary 4 student at Laval Liberty High School, has become the first student in the school’s history to make it all the way to the annual MILSET Expo-Sciences International taking place next year in the United Arab Emirates.

Students who attend Laval Liberty High School did exceptionally well competing in the 2012 edition of the Montreal Regional Science and Technology Fair, which wrapped up earlier this week at Laval Liberty High.

Gilles Vaillancourt, Mayor of Laval, Pierre Desroches, President and Executive Director of LAVAL TECHNOPOLE and President of the Biotech City, and Samir Mounir, Director of the Biotech City and th

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and their partners at the Canadian Anti Fraud Center (CAFC) are warning that if someone calls you claiming to be able to protect your computer from viruses, your best bet is to just hang up the phone.

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