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Ottawa’s capital gains changes make winners and losers, says CFIB

Small business lobby sees progress on $2.5 billion in carbon tax rebates The 2024 federal budget changes on capital gains will create many winners, but...

Laval councillors observe Armenian Genocide and Autism Awareness Month

Mayor responds to residents seeking answers on renewal project at Pie-X Park Mayor Stéphane Boyer opened the monthly city council meeting on April 9 with...

Over 200,000 small businesses took on new debt to repay CEBA loans

Business insolvencies in Canada jumped by 129.3 per cent in January 2024 Nearly a quarter of small businesses in Canada have been forced to take...

Greeks from Laval and Montreal gather for Independence Day festivities

Visiting Greek gov’t officials credited for their country’s rejuvenated economy Rising optimism over the Hellenic Republic’s rejuvenated economy, as well as signs of increased cooperation...

Mayor reacts to Quebec’s budget 2024-2025

Reacting to the provincial government’s 2024-2025 budget which was released last week, Mayor Stéphane Boyer could scarcely conceal his disappointment, but insisted the city...

I don’t watch TV news. I don’t believe what I see anymore

I loved my career. In fact, I tell people that when I die, if I’m allowed to return, I want to repeat what I...

Impacted residents ‘uncertain about outcome’ of Laval’s planned Pie-X Park expansion

City using ‘Right of pre-emption’ legal move to appropriate homes and portions of land During last week’s Laval city council meeting, elected officials had no...

Prime Minister of Greece Kyriakos Mitsotakis to visit Canada March 24-25

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Wednesday that the Prime Minister of Greece, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, will visit Montreal and Toronto on March 24 and...

Ottawa is acting against car thefts, says Treasury Board’s Anita Anand

Vehicle theft is leaving its mark on thousands of Canadian and Quebec households With auto theft incidents across Quebec and Canada soaring as never before,...

Laying to rest Vaillancourt’s ghost…

Laval mayor Stéphane Boyer symbolically shredded files pertaining to the lawsuits against crooked contractors during the city’s press conference. (Photo: Martin C. Barry, Laval News)