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Cascades paper announces closing of Laval napkin facility

Montreal-based paper manufacturer Cascades Inc. announced on Wednesday that it will be closing its Laval napkin-making facility at the end of June. The company says...
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Couche-Tard profits increase, despite COVID-19

Laval-based Couche-Tard convenience stores, one of the remaining crown jewels of corporate Quebec, managed to greatly increase its profits since last year, despite a setback this year caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the company...

Laval Police arrest suspect following Chomedey/Notre Dame hit-and-run incident

Up to four Laval Police Department cars and at least one Urgences Santé ambulance converged in the parking lot of the Centre Commercial Saint-Martin near the corner of Curé Labelle and Notre Dame boulevards...

Quebec Access to Information Commission joins Canada-wide investigation into Tim Horton’s mobile app

A Quebec provincial body mandated to look into potential breaches of privacy in Internet use says it is joining three other similar agencies across Canada in an investigation of Tim Horton's and its owner,...

Inspection authorities issue notice regarding smoked salmon from Lester’s Deli

Food inspection authorities with the provincial government as well as the City of Montreal are advising consumers not to eat a recent batch of smoked salmon sold by Lester's Deli because of a labelling...

A memorable evening for Souvenir Elementary School Graduates

As the sun began to set on June 17th, 2020, cars lined up to capacity with a graduate and family members: mom, dad, brothers, sisters, grandparents. They arrived eager & excited to witness a...

Lawn watering ban extended to July 8 by city

The City of Laval announced on Tuesday that a temporary ban on watering lawns which was set to expire on June 23 is now being extended to July 8. According to the city, the ban,...

Quebec abolishes time limitations in sexual assault lawsuits

Bill 55 will also allow victims to file claims against estates Members of the Quebec National Assembly voted unanimously last week to pass Bill 55, a new provincial piece of legislation that effectively abolishes statutes...

LPD Blue: Police hunting for suspect, fraud over $ 12,000 in Laval

The Laval Police Service is asking the public to cooperate in identifying a person suspected of fraud in the Sainte-Dorothée area. Towards the end of May, five purchases of precious metals, valued at more...

Quebec Liberal Party’s new leader wants to focus on economy and regions

Dominique Anglade addressed PLQ members during recent online event In her first address to the PLQ membership since first being selected as the Quebec Liberal Party’s new leader, Dominique Anglade suggested during a recent online...

INRS researchers involved in work to create a COVID-19 vaccine

Laval-based Glycovax Pharma has partnered in the research Professors Nicolas Doucet and Yves St-Pierre of the Laval-based Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS) are contributing their expertise in structural and cell biology to the race for...