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Laval reaps $44 million windfall from Quebec for future central library

City still has to come up with the balance for the $180 million project The City of Laval was gifted on Friday last week with...

ICI Television throws a party to celebrate its first 10 years

Montreal’s sole independent ethnic station serves 17 cultural communities The entrepreneurial family behind one of Canada’s most ambitious multicultural broadcast media ventures hosted a celebration...

Laval hosts ‘Museum of the Moon’ installation by Luke Jerram

Officials with the city announced last week that from Oct. 6-9, Laval will be playing host to an art work, Museum of the Moon,...

Laval buys 2.3 more hectares in Bois de l’Équerre

The City of Laval announced recently that it has purchased 2.3 additional hectares of forested land near the northern limits of the Bois de...

Isabelle Piché spends a weekend grooving at Mosaïque 2023

Saint-François city councillor was impressed by arts festival held in her district Action Laval city councillor for Saint-François Isabelle Piché participated enthusiastically in the recent...

Delayed sunshine makes up for two days of rain at 2023 Symposium de Ste-Rose

Seventy artists participated in this year’s art exhibition in Vieux Sainte-Rose Although two days of rainfall last month put a dent in the usually strong...

Sainte-Rose Art Symposium takes place from July 27 – 30

Works by 70 talented artists to be shown in historic Vieux Sainte-Rose In July every year, you always know summer has finally arrived in Laval...

Petits bonheurs: More than 80 cultural activities for the very young

From May 5 to 14, the City of Laval will be hosting the festival Petits bonheurs, a fun springtime event for kids up to...

Shield of Athena raises $100,000 through annual auction of art

Proceeds to support renovation of family violence shelter ‘Athena’s House’ Following a two-year absence because of the Covid pandemic, a total of $100,000 was raised...

Memories of Chomedey resonate in David Sherman’s ‘Crossing the Line’

It's more ‘social realism’ than about hockey, says retired journalist and author David Sherman remembers Chomedey back in the days when the old Récréathèque at...