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Le Pilier’s third annual Urban BBQ draws 100 guests

‘An organization with a truly extraordinary mission,’ says Councillor Sandra El-Helou On May 30 at the Château Taillefer Lafon vineyard in Laval-Ouest, Le Pilier Foundation was pleased to welcome more than 100 guests...

Crime on the rise in Laval

The crime rate has increased significantly in Laval over the past year. Fewer murders have been committed, but several other types of violent crime are on the rise. The number of crimes committed...

Major heat wave to impact Laval and Montreal over the coming week

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement warning that a heat wave affecting Laval and Montreal for close to a week could bring temperatures as high as 36 degrees Celsius. According to...

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 he’ll be running for the leadership of the...

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 attend a flamboyant show, directed by Ines Talbi,...

Thousands attended Laval’s 2024 Firemen’s Festival

‘Fête des pompiers’ now known simply as GFPL Just as the CEO of Quebec’s largest home-grown telecommunications and media company has come to be known by the three initials of his name, the...

3rd edition of the LavalFirefighters’ Blood Drive

The 3rd edition of the Laval Firefighters’ Blood Drive will be held on June 18, organized by the Laval Fire Department and Héma-Québec. The goal is to welcome a minimum of 600 donors...

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 well as National Assembly MNAs were outraged last...

Trudeau stands by Liberal spending during fundraising stop in Laval

The Liberals started off 2024 well behind the Conservatives in money raised Although Canadians aren’t expected to head to the polls until October next year, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gave a preview in...

The City is stepping up its financial support to Laval Newspapers

In the face of the major crisis facing the Quebec media, the City of Laval is proud to announce one-time financial assistance for local Laval media. The objective of this support is...

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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...

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Maison des enfants le Dauphin launches fundraiser

(TLN) The maison des enfants le Dauphin (MED) launched its 5th annual wine and cheese financing campaign on Feb. 10. Robert Hayes of the Deveau legal firm is the chairman of this...

City steps up efforts to recover diverted money

Martin C. Barry With the hiring of six forensic financial analysts, the City of Laval has decided to step up its efforts to recover millions of dollars that may have found their way...

Laval MNAs named parliamentary assistants by Couillard

(TLN) Three Liberal MNAs from Laval were recently appointed parliamentary assistants in the National Assembly by Premier Philippe Couillard. Laval-des-Rapides Liberal MNA Saul Polo was named parliamentary assistant to the Minister of Economy,...

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Clement said the Conservatives have concerns about the Liberals wanting to normalize Canada’s relationship with Iran “which is a state sponsor of terror”

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