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Deloitte moving to Espace Montmorency by early 2023

Project developer Montoni, Groupe Sélection and the Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ announced on Thursday that the professional services firm Deloitte will become a...

Canadians worried about closure of local businesses, CFIB says

Small/medium business lobby group wants Ottawa to modify COVID-19 aid programs Four in five Canadians are worried their favourite local businesses may close down as...

Laval C of C forum contemplates the post-COVID-19 economy

CAQ finance minister sees balanced budgets and stable taxes in five years While everyone at the federal, provincial or municipal levels seems to be talking...

Laval well-placed to deal with COVID-19, says economic report

Region has ‘resilience’ and major construction projects are planned In a report on the state of Laval’s economy released by the city late last month,...

Laval to temporarily allow larger outdoor terraces as part of post-COVID economic strategy

Saying they want to help restaurant owners and local businesses increase their capacity during the COVID-19 recovery period, officials with the City of Laval...

Laval businessman fined more than $143,000 for evading provincial tax

Revenu Québec said on Tuesday that a Laval business owner and two transport logistics companies he owns have been fined $143,066.41 after being found...

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...

CFIB-Quebec welcomes amendments to province’s economic recovery law

Small/medium businesses will be protected from evictions and property seizures The Quebec branch of the Canadian Federation for Independent Business says it is pleased with...

Laval-based SAIL Outdoors files for bankruptcy protection

The Laval-headquartered SAIL sports and outdoor equipment retail chain announced on Tuesday that is filing for bankruptcy and insolvency status in order to protect...

Facebook agrees to $9 million fine for making misleading privacy claims

Web giant allowed certain third-party developers to access personal information The Competition Bureau has announced that web giant Facebook is agreeing to pay a $9...