Friday, August 14, 2020

Ottawa Invests in community-based projects addressing challenges of dementia

Patty Hajdu, federal Minister of Health, has announced an investment of more than $7.85 million over four years towards 12 new projects...

Jailed convict dies of COVID-19 at Laval penitentiary

The Correctional Service of Canada has announced that an inmate from the Federal Training Centre, multi-level unit, in Laval, died as an apparent...

Police probe after fire destroys second business on Curé Labelle Blvd.

The Laval Fire Department has mandated the Laval Police Department to investigate whether there were any criminal...

Late Breaking Update: Place Bell to accommodate COVID-19 patients, says CISSS de Laval

The City of Laval's Place Bell multipurpose arena and entertainment venue is being called into service to take in an overflow of...

Post-COVID-19: STL to step up bus service starting May 9

The Société de transport de Laval (STL) says it will be adjusting its bus times beginning next weekend, in order to handle...

CISSS takes over management at Lévesque Blvd. E. seniors’ residence

CISSS de Laval has confirmed that the owner of a private seniors' retirement residence on Lévesque Blvd....

Update: Two fires in Laval cell phone towers now under investigation

Following a suspicious fire at a cell phone tower in Chomedey last week, Laval firefighters and crime investigators from the Laval Police...
All activities bringing together more than 250 persons are cancelled until further notice

CISSS opens COVID-19 testing clinic at Cartier Arena

Officials with the CISSS de Laval opened a COVID-19 testing and diagnostic clinic at the Cartier Arena...

Laval to grant $1 million subsidy to Cité de la Santé Foundation

The City of Laval's executive-committee has sent a recommendation to city council to vote in favour of granting a $1 million subsidy...

Class action suit pending against CHSLD Sainte-Dorothée

The son of an elderly woman who was among the many people who have died of COVID-19 at CHSLD Sainte-Dorothée in Laval...

Could post-COVID-19 Canada become a ‘surveillance state’?

Martin C. Barry Although the COVID-19 crisis is probably far from over, Montreal lawyer and human rights activist Julius...