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Mass vaccination centres open in Laval starting Thursday Feb. 25

The Centre intégré de santé et de services sociaux (CISSS) de Laval says it will begin COVID-19 vaccination of Laval residents aged 85 and...

Mass vaccination centres open in Laval starting Thursday Feb. 25

The Centre intégré de santé et de services sociaux (CISSS) de Laval says it will begin COVID-19 vaccination of Laval residents aged 85 and over (born in or before 1936) on Thursday...

Outplay prostate cancer during Procure’s ‘Hockey Nights’

Help raise money to combat prostate cancer in men Missing your regular hockey games with your favourite team? Is your sense of competitiveness itching for a new challenge? Like many people, cancer isn’t on...

Cinémas Guzzo owner refuses Legault’s compensation offer

Theatre chain won’t reopen Feb. 26, citing lost snack stand revenues In spite of a pledge by Quebec Premier François Legault to compensate movie theatre owners for revenue lost after not being allowed...

War Amps launches 2021 Key Tag Service campaign

CHAMP program has helped Laval student Philippe Monette As many Laval residents who check their mail regularly may realize by now, the War Amps began its 2021 key tag mailing campaign to Laval...

Nicolas Macrozonaris running for council seat in Saint-Martin

Former Olympic sprinter makes a second attempt to enter Laval city politics If there is an ironic lesson to be learned from municipal politics in the City of Laval in recent years, it...

Two words from Newsfirst columnist Robert Vairo: ‘Private Enterprise’

I’m hearing and reading a lot about Canada getting more vaccines by the end of each coming week, 500 thousand from India, and Pfizer now says 4 million by the end of...

Ottawa invests in Laval’s metal products sector

Custom Diamond International receives $350,000 for expansion Vimy Liberal MP Annie Koutrakis has announced a $350,000 repayable grant to Custom Diamond International, a Laval-based company specialized in the manufacture of stainless-steel cabinets and containers...

City of Laval says it has improved snow removal – but not everyone agrees

Ex-ML councillor Ray Adams not totally happy with administration’s snow cleanup record If anybody is in a position to understand snow removal problems in Laval, says former city councillor Raynald Adams, it ought...

Woman found dead in Chomedey condo parking: BEI launches investigation

Quebec's Bureau des enquêtes indépendantes (BEI) said on Sunday afternoon that it is launching an investigation into the death of a woman who was found lifeless in a Chomedey condo building's parking...

Man charged with assault following violent incident at Notre Dame Blvd. home

The Laval Police say a man in his 30s is facing a number of assault-related charges following a violent incident on Monday afternoon at a home on Notre Dame Blvd. in Chomedey,...

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Mass vaccination centres open in Laval starting Thursday Feb. 25

The Centre intégré de santé et de services sociaux (CISSS) de Laval says it will begin COVID-19 vaccination of Laval residents aged 85 and over (born in or before 1936) on Thursday...

Outplay prostate cancer during Procure’s ‘Hockey Nights’

Help raise money to combat prostate cancer in men Missing your regular hockey games with your favourite team? Is your sense of competitiveness itching for a new challenge? Like many people, cancer isn’t on...

Cinémas Guzzo owner refuses Legault’s compensation offer

Theatre chain won’t reopen Feb. 26, citing lost snack stand revenues In spite of a pledge by Quebec Premier François Legault to compensate movie theatre owners for revenue lost after not being allowed...

War Amps launches 2021 Key Tag Service campaign

CHAMP program has helped Laval student Philippe Monette As many Laval residents who check their mail regularly may realize by now, the War Amps began its 2021 key tag mailing campaign to Laval...

Nicolas Macrozonaris running for council seat in Saint-Martin

Former Olympic sprinter makes a second attempt to enter Laval city politics If there is an ironic lesson to be learned from municipal politics in the City of Laval in recent years, it...

Two words from Newsfirst columnist Robert Vairo: ‘Private Enterprise’

I’m hearing and reading a lot about Canada getting more vaccines by the end of each coming week, 500 thousand from India, and Pfizer now says 4 million by the end of...

Ottawa invests in Laval’s metal products sector

Custom Diamond International receives $350,000 for expansion Vimy Liberal MP Annie Koutrakis has announced a $350,000 repayable grant to Custom Diamond International, a Laval-based company specialized in the manufacture of stainless-steel cabinets and containers...

City of Laval says it has improved snow removal – but not everyone agrees

Ex-ML councillor Ray Adams not totally happy with administration’s snow cleanup record If anybody is in a position to understand snow removal problems in Laval, says former city councillor Raynald Adams, it ought...

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Mass vaccination centres open in Laval starting Thursday Feb. 25

The Centre intégré de santé et de services sociaux (CISSS) de Laval says it will begin COVID-19 vaccination of Laval residents aged 85 and...

Outplay prostate cancer during Procure’s ‘Hockey Nights’

Help raise money to combat prostate cancer in men Missing your regular hockey games with your favourite team? Is your sense of competitiveness itching for...

Cinémas Guzzo owner refuses Legault’s compensation offer

Theatre chain won’t reopen Feb. 26, citing lost snack stand revenues In spite of a pledge by Quebec Premier François Legault to compensate movie theatre...
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Mass vaccination centres open in Laval starting Thursday Feb. 25

The Centre intégré de santé et de services sociaux (CISSS) de Laval says it will begin COVID-19 vaccination of Laval residents aged 85 and over (born in or before 1936) on Thursday Feb. 25. In anticipation of this massive operation, several centres are becoming operational...

Outplay prostate cancer during Procure’s ‘Hockey Nights’

Help raise money to combat prostate cancer in men Missing your regular hockey games with your favourite team? Is your sense of competitiveness itching for...

Cinémas Guzzo owner refuses Legault’s compensation offer

Theatre chain won’t reopen Feb. 26, citing lost snack stand revenues In spite of a pledge by Quebec Premier François Legault to compensate movie theatre...

War Amps launches 2021 Key Tag Service campaign

CHAMP program has helped Laval student Philippe Monette As many Laval residents who check their mail regularly may realize by now, the War Amps began...

Nicolas Macrozonaris running for council seat in Saint-Martin

Former Olympic sprinter makes a second attempt to enter Laval city politics If there is an ironic lesson to be learned from municipal politics in...