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Recent raid in Laval nets major haul of methamphetamine, says RCMP

As part of an investigation that led to the seizure in Montreal of more than two million suspected methamphetamine tablets in late February, police from the...

Arrests made in Laval, Montreal over ‘grandparent’ fraud scheme

Laval is one of several cities where investigators have made multiple arrests following an anti-fraud investigation in Quebec, Ontario and the U.S. involving "grandparent"...

Psychiatrists seek more time to assess Sainte-Rose daycare crash driver

Officials at the Pinel Institute for legal psychiatry have asked a Quebec Court judge to grant them more time to evaluate Pierre Ny St-Amand,...

‘Is it reasonable and why?’

Parents sue Quebec over Covid decree banning unvaccinated teens from sports More than 100 families from across Quebec – including some from Laval – are...

Trudeau cancels Emergencies Act

While saying that a Parliamentary investigation into the causes and consequences of Freedom Convoy 2022 will begin in the next 60 days, Prime Minister...

Laval daycare attack bus driver back in court end of September

The court case of the Laval man who is said to have deliberately driven a city bus into a Ste-Dorothée daycare last February, killing...

LPD claims major arrest related to recent gunfire incidents

The Laval Police Dept. says it arrested a 20-year-old man and seized three guns following a raid on Jan. 12. The LPD reported that Mac...

Quebec shouldn’t seek ‘sovereignty by the back door,’ says Julius Grey

Is disturbed neither National Assembly opposition nor Ottawa have questioned Bill 96 In Bill 96: The perils of ‘pensee unique’ published in the Toronto-based Lawyer’s...
Chomedey MNA Ouellette poised to sue Quebec over UPAC abuse

Calling arrest ‘unjustified,’ UPAC apologizes to Chomedey MNA Guy Ouellette

UPAC, Quebec's anti-corruption police force known for sometimes dramatic tactics while executing its mandate, issued a formal apology on Thursday to independent Chomedey MNA...

Quebec Human/Youth Rights Commission to investigate dead Chomedey girl’s fate

The Quebec Human and Youth Rights Commission has opened an investigation into whether the rights of a seven-year-old girl who died on Sunday at...