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Dead 7-year-old Chomedey girl’s mother released on $1,000 bail bond

The mother of 7-year-old Chomedey girl who suffered a gruesome death at home in early January was released on a $1,000 bail bond on...
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Méga Centre McDonald’s closed after employee tests positive for COVID-19

McDonald's Canada said on Wednesday that its restaurant located on the southbound service road of Autoroute 13 in the Méga Centre Notre-Dame has closed temporarily because an employee tested positive for infection by the...

Laval’s COVID ‘red zone’ status brings new rules to be followed

With the City of Laval now part of the "red" zone decreed by the Quebec government to safeguard against the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the CISSS de Laval has issued a reminder...
Quebec allots $2.02 million for local culture and eco-projects

Mayor pleased with $2.3 billion aid pledged to cities by Quebec for second wave...

Laval mayor Marc Demers said on Friday he was pleased and relieved to hear news that the province's CAQ government decided to allot $2.3 billion to municipalities across Quebec to help them cope during...

Outbreak of COVID-19 at CHSLD Idola St. Jean in Pont-Viau

Staff at CHSLD Idola St. Jean on Cartier Blvd. in Pont-Viau have been doing double-duty over the weekend, as they have tried to contain an outbreak of COVID-19 on one of the floors at...

Landscaper electrocuted while trimming a hedge in Auteuil

A landscaping company worker was taken in serious condition to hospital Saturday after accidentally being electrocuted while trimming a cedar hedge at a private residence in Laval's Auteuil neighbourhood. The 47-year-old man was using a...

Laval-based Neptune Wellness to supply B.C. with non-med cannabis products

Laval-based Neptune Wellness Solutions, a rising presence among suppliers of non-medical cannabis products, says it has entered into an agreement with the British Columbia Liquor Distribution Branch (BCLDB), the wholesaler and public retailer of...

One dead, two seriously injured, after high-speed collision in A-440 construction area

Excessive speed is considered to have been a factor in a motor vehicle accident that happened in a work zone on Autoroute 440 earlier this week that killed one person while leaving two others...

Laval sets new rules at its facilities following ‘Orange’ COVID-19 status

After Laval was declared an Orange (Alert) zone on Tuesday for COVID-19 by the Quebec government, the city issued a list of new regulations for the number of persons who can gather or take...

Quebec issues warning about undeclared ingredients in pizzas sold at Marché Adonis

The Quebec Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Inspection has issued a warning of particular interest to persons with compromised immune systems regarding food products sold at Marché Adonis which were made with non-pasteurized...
‘Illumi’ light show coming to Laval in time for Christmas

Quebec infrastructure legislation Bill 66 gets enthusiastic endorsement from Demers

Following the tabling of the Quebec government's Bill 66, which proposes among other things to fast-track the extension of the REM light rail train system to Laval, Mayor Marc Demers says he wholeheartedly supports...