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Laval City-Watch

Tourisme Laval to administer Quebec business tourism fund Tourisme Laval has been chosen by the Quebec government to administer a new provincial fund that will...

Cascades paper announces closing of Laval napkin facility

Montreal-based paper manufacturer Cascades Inc. announced on Wednesday that it will be closing its Laval napkin-making facility at the end of June. The company says...

Laval-based CIMA+ names Denis Thivierge as its new CEO and president

Laval-headquartered design and civil engineering consulting firm CIMA+ has appointed Denis Thivierge as president and chief executive officer, effective on August 1. Thivierge succeeds François...

Couche-Tard profits increase, despite COVID-19

Laval-based Couche-Tard convenience stores, one of the remaining crown jewels of corporate Quebec, managed to greatly increase its profits since last year, despite a...

Pre-Christmas storm fiasco galvanizes angry demands for better air passenger rights

MPs, consumer advocates want accountability from Sunwing and other airlines in Canada Were you among the thousands of people from across Canada whose travel plans...

‘Évolution Laval 2023’ showcased clean technologies, sustainable mobility

Laval Chamber of Commerce event drew up to 2,000 participants online and in-person Entrepreneurs and business people from Laval had the opportunity on May 30...

Laval hand sanitizer firm to ship one million units per week

Laval-based Neptune Wellness Solutions, which produces naturally-sourced health products, says it is accelerating production of its hand sanitizers to more than 1 million units...

Chrétien’s 1990s welfare cuts ‘a blueprint’ for health-care reform, says Fraser Institute

Conservative think tank chooses a Liberal government’s strategy as an example to emulate Fundamental reform of Canada’s health care system should start by following the...

Ottawa invests in RNA Technologies & Therapeutics, boosting its expansion

Laval startup gets $200,000 loan, with help from Vimy MP Koutrakis who is Parliamentary Secretary to CED minister Vimy Liberal MP Annie Koutrakis, who is Parliamentary Secretary to...

Quebec allots $3 million to Laval, so city centre business recovery can get underway

‘Downtown areas are important,’ says delegated CAQ Economy Minister Lucie Lecours With municipalities all over Quebec starting to enter a true economic recovery following several...