Friday, July 19, 2024

Place Samson fire leaves two people homeless

A major fire last Tuesday afternoon in a row house on Place Samson in Chomedey caused an estimated $250,000 in damage and rendered two people homeless. Officials with the Laval Fire Dept. traced...

Laval Police seize $250,000 worth of cocaine, crack and hashish

The Laval Police revealed on Thursday that a raid conducted a week earlier led to the seizure of 500 grams of cocaine, 200 grams of crack, an unspecified amount of hashish, and...

Photo radar possible at A-15/440 flyover worksite, says Transports Québec

The Quebec highways ministry announced this week that it may be installing a mobile photo radar unit on the work site at the intersection of autoroutes 440 and 15 in Laval where...

Laval-based Mondoux Confectionery acquired by Regal

Mondoux, a Laval-based confectioner whose gummies and other sweets are ubiquitous in Quebec convenience stores as well as at gas station sales terminals, has been purchased by Regal Confections also of Laval,...

Laval man among four arrested by RCMP for alleged cocaine importation and trafficking

RCMP officers arrested four individuals on July 12 - including one from Laval - alleged to be involved in a conspiracy to import and traffic cocaine into Canada by concealing it in...

Mother Nature smiles during 2024 Laval Hellenic Summer Festival

Thousands help mark Canada Day, while celebrating Hellenic culture and values In contrast to past years when the weather wasn’t very cooperative, Mother Nature smiled warmly for the 2024 Laval Hellenic Summer Festival. The...

Sainte-Rose Art Symposium takes place from July 25 – 28

Works by 70 artists to be showcased in one of Quebec’s most historic settings While the dates may vary a little from year to year, there’s one thing about the Sainte-Rose Art Symposium...

CFIB issues recommendations as Canada reviews Temporary Foreign Worker program

Country’s agri-businesses want streamlined processes, small business lobby group says As the Trudeau government looks to overhaul its Temporary Foreign Worker (TFW) program, most agri-businesses say they are in favour of multi-employer work...

Laval’s marketing and communications dept. gets a second recognition

For the second year in a row, the City of Laval’s communications and marketing division received a Gold Quill Award of Merit. This time it was for a campaign the city mounted...

Pablo Rodriguez says he stands by Justin Trudeau

PM’s Quebec lieutenant pitches Liberal successes – after Toronto by-election loss A few days after the Trudeau Liberals’ humiliating by-election defeat in the “safe” Liberal stronghold of Toronto-St. Paul, Pablo Rodriguez, the Prime...



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...


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Laval Senior Academy takes part in robotics competition

  Martin C. Barry Taking part in the CRC Robotics Competition, a team from Laval Senior Academy won third place in the robot game category of the three-day event held in Laval last weekend. Collège...

Syriac-Catholics celebrate arrival of new Apostolic Exarch

  Martin C. Barry Political leaders from three levels of government joined members of Laval’s Syriac Catholic community at St. Ephrem Church on Cartier Blvd. on Feb. 27 for a religious service marking the...

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Only 15 to 20 per cent of middle-income Canadians retiring without an employer pension plan have saved anywhere near enough for retirement, according to a new study from the Broadbent Institute. These people,...

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...

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