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Crowds braved the rain for Laval’s ‘Fête nationale du Québec’ show

In spite of threatening rain Sunday evening that eventually turned into a downpour, there was a good turnout at the Centre de la nature...

Will he or won’t he run for the Quebec Liberal Party leadership?

All eyes were on Denis Coderre in Laval last week – despite low poll results With former Montreal mayor Denis Coderre soon to announce whether...
Laval celebrates the ‘Fête nationale’ on June 24

The National Holiday is happening in Laval on June 23

On June 23, the National Holiday show will be held at the Centre de la nature de Laval. The public will be able to...

Laval MP Angelo Iacono stirs debate with comments on ‘officially bilingual’ Quebec

‘I believe that Quebec, and I believe that Canada, should be a bilingual country’ In a rare instance of unity, House of Commons MPs as...

New social housing opens in Laval for low-income single moms and children

Canada, Quebec and Laval invest $10.1 million in ‘Avenir de femmes’ project Nearly two dozen young families from Laval headed by low-income single mothers will...

Laval’s Palais de Justice among Quebec courthouses to get security upgrades

The Palais de Justice on Saint-Martin Blvd. in Laval is one of several courthouses across the province that will see their security systems upgraded...

Common law moms and kids inadequately protected by Bill 56, says rights commission

‘The well-being of children should be the primary consideration’ in reform of family law A provincially-constituted commission with a mandate to uphold Quebecers’ human rights...

Plan ahead for A-13 transit, as repaving scheduled May 24-27

The Quebec highways ministry says that asphalting work on Autoroute 13 in Laval will mean the highway will be closed at certain specific times...

New 114-unit social and affordable housing to be built in Sainte-Rose

‘One of the most important announced in Laval,’ says Mayor Stéphane Boyer A new 114-unit housing project, selected as part of the second call for projects of...

Quebec’s Bill 96 could ‘significantly impact’ business, trade group warns

Mentions of ‘play’ or ‘on/off’ on appliances could be banned under language legislation Costs and inconveniences associated with the implementation of Quebec’s Bill 96 could...