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Neighbour plows into Chomedey home’s front window… again

For the second time in less than three years, a family living on Eiffel Ave. in Chomedey found themselves having to pick up the shattered pieces of their home's front window after a neighbour...

Laval woman jailed after embezzling at least $127,000 from mom with Alzheimer’s

A 64-year-old woman from Laval found guilty of misappropriating at least $127,000 from her mother who was suffering from Alzheimer's disease was sentenced to two years imprisonment on May 25 at the Laval courthouse. Lynda...

LPD seeks victims of arrested child porn suspect

​The Laval Police Department says it arrested 34-year-old Carlos-Rodrigo Perez-Martinez and charged him with extortion, possession of child pornography, criminal harassment, luring with a computer and distributing sexual images without the subject's consent. The LPD...

Shots fired in Chomedey

Shots were fired last Sunday evening May 23, in front of a business in Laval. Police were called at around 9:30 p.m. for gunfire outside a Couche-Tard and an Esso gas station on Highway 440...

Urgences-Santé, Prime Minister pay homage to Paramedic Services Week

Citizens invited to thank emergency response personnel from May 23 - 29 Paramedic Services Week, which is being held this year from May 23 to 29, will be an opportunity for those who support emergency services...

Friends and SWLSB colleagues share memories of Elizabeth Rossi

Sir Wilfrid Laurier Foundation loses a devoted and loyal volunteer For hundreds of parents and school board staff who were regulars at the Sir Wilfrid Laurier Foundation’s annual fundraisers in January and June over the...

Laval ranks 6th in Quebec for per-resident cost of fire protection

However, city’s population is also booming, with heightened fire risks The Laval Fire Department ranks sixth in Quebec for cost-efficiency on a per-resident basis, officials with the LFD revealed while tabling a risk assessment report...

City of Laval signs collective agreement with firefighters’ union

New contract grants firefighters an indexed 2 per cent annual pay raise The City of Laval announced last week that it has signed a new and historic collective agreement with its firefighters, which will be...

This year, May 24 was Tax Freedom Day

Date came week later, because of higher tax revenues this year Tax Freedom Day in Canada this year falls on May 24, according to the Fraser Institute’s annual calculations — although there is no reason...
Mille-Îles MNA Francine Charbonneau

Quebec must rebuild restaurant and hospitality work force, says Francine Charbonneau

Liberal critic for vocational education agrees with Montreal C of C study findings Mille-Îles Liberal MNA Francine Charbonneau, who is official opposition critic for vocational education in the PLQ shadow cabinet, is in agreement with...