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Important message concerning the newspaper distribution

After 30 years, THE LAVAL NEWS has ended its door-to-door distribution. The February 21st, 2024 edition of THE LAVAL NEWS was the last issue delivered...

Laval Police seize cocaine, meth crack and cash

The Laval Police say they have arrested five suspects and seized large quantities of various types of illegal drugs during a series of raids conducted in Laval last week. Warrants executed at two...

Police seek driver after hit-and-run death on bridge

A man was declared dead after being struck by a truck while changing a tire on Highway 15 last week. The incident happened on the northbound Gédéon-Ouimet Bridge, which links Laval to Boisbriand. Quebec...

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 the Société d’habitation du Québec’s Programme d’habitation abordable Québec...

SWLSB, UPS and De Cotis coordinate Lausanne Park spring cleanup

Laval city councillor for Saint-Bruno David De Cotis worked in conjunction with Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board commissioner Barbara Barrasso, along with UPS Quebec operations supervisor Enrica Uva, to organize and coordinate...

Bâton Rouge dinner event raises $132,000 for Giant Steps Autism Centre

‘We really believe in this cause,’ says restaurant co-owner Dimitrios Sotiropoulos A fundraising dinner for the Giant Steps School held at the Décarie Bâton Rouge Grillhouse & Bar in Montreal on April 29...

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 “significantly impact” cross-border trade, while forcing some manufacturers...

Eiffel Ave. petition asks city to halt street narrowing project

Water infrastructure to be replaced, but parking will be eliminated Homeowners on Eiffel Ave. in Chomedey are among the latest to rise up in protest over plans by the City of Laval to...

Laval wins two awards at Grands Prix d’Excellence AQTr

On April 30, the City of Laval was presented with two awards for excellence in public transportation by the Association québécoise des transports (AQTr) during the organization’s 58th annual congress. The two projects...

Laval ups its performance indicators, mayor tells council

City encouraging residents not to cut lawn during ‘No Mow May’ for environment The City of Laval managed to achieve a much higher percentage of the various goals it set for itself last...

A-440 re-asphalting to impact eastbound service road until end of this year

The Quebec Ministry of Transport says a road resurfacing job on the eastbound service road of Autoroute 440 between Autoroute 13 and Industriel Blvd. will be taking place mostly at night over...




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Laval-Les Îles Conservative Tom Pentefountas launches campaign

Martin C. Barry Laval-Les Îles Conservative candidate Tom Pentefountas unleashed a blistering attack on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the incumbent Liberals during a campaign launch in Chomedey last Wednesday night. This is Pentefountas’ first foray into...

Trudeau government’s 353 pre-election promises assessed in new book

CBC- A new book arriving on the eve of the federal election campaign is offering policy geeks a comprehensive take on whether Justin Trudeau lived up to his 2015 vows. At the heart of the 237-page...

Collège Montmorency inaugurates new building

(TLN) Around 100 people had the privilege of being present for an historic moment at Collège Montmorency on Sept. 23 when a new pavilion dedicated to the study and learning of human sciences was...

LPD Blue – September 25th, 2019

Police searching for trucks allegedly Laval police are asking the public for help to identify three trucks they believe were used to unload illegal waste between June and August 2019. Officers say the incidents...

Trust lacking between caregivers and professionals, says social worker

Martin C. Barry Can caregivers and professionals be partners in care? That was the question members of the Agape Senior Wellness Centre came to hear about when retired UQAM professor of social work Nancy Guberman was...

Laval welcomes a new assistant director-general

(TLN) Laval’s city councillors have officially approved the nomination of a new assistant director-general for the city. She is Suzie Bélanger. Bélanger holds a Bachelor’s degree in business and administration, with emphasis on operations management. Among...

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