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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...

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...

Laval’s Metro stations no longer patrolled by LPD

After seventeen years patrolling Laval's Metro stations, the Laval Police Dept. hasn't been providing patrol officers at the three stops since May 1 when a contract with the Société de transport de...

LPD arrests fraud suspects wanted for $25,000 sting

The Laval Police say they recently arrested two suspects during an operation to find the perpetrators of a fraud scheme during which victims were robbed of more than $25,000. On April 18, officers...

Lanvac Group expands offerings with new monitoring central and

Company is Canada’s leading third-party wholesaler of alarm monitoring services Lanvac Surveillance, Canada’s leading third-party wholesaler of alarm monitoring services, foresees more milestone events this year – ones that hold the promise of...

Black entrepreneurs from Laval recognized for their business acumen

‘Gala de Reconnaissance’ pays homage to Inter Clôtures Sentinelle and GEAK inc. Of all the Black entrepreneurs in Canada who live and work in Quebec, more than half are immigrants, according to some...




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Cicilia Laurent, 120-year-old Haitian woman in Laval, Que., could be world’s oldest person alive

Officials from Guinness World Records are in Haiti to determine if Cicilia Laurent, who celebrated her 120th birthday Sunday evening, is the new record-holder, Montreal's Haitian Consulate said. She could claim the title from 116-year-old...

Bill 86: Hearings on school board reform underway

Legislative hearings into a Quebec bill to end school board elections began Tuesday, with more than 50 groups and individuals signed up to present their positions. If passed, Bill 86 would abolish school board elections...

Laval’s new No. 2 fire hall will serve Chomedey

Martin C. Barry One of the largest fire halls in Canada by number of emergency calls handled officially opened on Souvenir Blvd. in Chomedey last week with a ribbon-cutting attended by Quebec Public...

New service links Montmorency Metro to downtown

Martin C. Barry In anticipation of the opening of Place Bell next year and a significant rise in activity that will probably be generated as a result in Laval’s central core, the city’s...

Vaillancourt case could go to trial by March 2017

(TLN) Laval Mayor Marc Demers has enthusiastically greeted news that hearings in the trial of former mayor Gilles Vaillancourt could begin as early as March next year. “What we think now is that...

Where is our Snow Removal?

(TLN) Laval citizen Natale Polito -well known for his comments against the opposition “show me the money”- is gearing up to ask the city administration about the non-removal of snow on streets...

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