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Lightning destroys two residences

Fires caused by lightning are more frequent than we think, but they rarely take on as large a scale as in Laval on Tuesday, where two homes were completely destroyed. “It was the total shock....

Major turnout for first post-pandemic Symposium de Ste-Rose

Fifty artists participated in this year’s smaller art show in Vieux Sainte-Rose Although last year’s Symposium de Ste-Rose was cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, organizers of this year’s art show say the crowds were...

Deployment of charging stations for electric vehicles

With the ultimate goal of making Laval greener, the Executive Committee renewed its partnership agreement with Hydro-Québec for five years. This agreement will make it possible tocontinue to improve the supply of electric vehicle charging...
Saint-François Councillor, Éric Morasse

2020: STL employees weathered the storm to maintain service

With the release of its annual report, executives at the Société de transport de Laval (STL) took the opportunity to highlight the contribution made by all its employees. Like all public transit agencies around the...

JGH research offers hope to help reduce COVID-19 suffering

Consortium pursues promise seen in boosting levels of protein ‘OAS1’ An international consortium, including scientists from the Lady Davis Institute at the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal, has teamed up with a data-based pharma-research firm...