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Laval gives $180,000 to consumer group dealing with Bel-Habitat fallout

House builder’s insolvency left many home buyers penniless and without a roof The City of Laval says it has come to an agreement with a...

Chrétien’s 1990s welfare cuts ‘a blueprint’ for health-care reform, says Fraser Institute

Conservative think tank chooses a Liberal government’s strategy as an example to emulate Fundamental reform of Canada’s health care system should start by following the...

Canada Recovery Benefit hurting part-time labour availability, CFIB tells Ottawa

Lack of staff ‘is one of the top concerns among small business owners,’ SME lobby claims In a letter sent recently to federal Finance Minister...

Laval signs agreement to support ‘digital shift’ by retailers

Last week, the City of Laval became the first municipality in Quebec to sign a strategic partnership agreement with the Association québécoise des technologies...

Supply and demand are driving up home prices, says real estate sales expert

Royal LePage stats show Laval, North Shore prices up 13.7 and 21 % respectively The Royal LePage House Price Survey and Market Survey Forecast released...

Laval restaurants/bars join growing ‘safe bar’ network

Carlos & Pepe’s is first to sign up for ‘Commande un Angelot’ In response to rising apprehensions among some women about aggressive sexual advances sometimes...

Marché 440 hopes to transform itself into ‘L’Aparté au Marché’

$300 million re-development would rank it among Laval’s biggest current projects The owners of the Marché 440 mall and public market on Autoroute 440 in...

Laval is hoping Moderna will build a facility at Cité de la Biotech

U.S.-based vaccine maker has benefited hugely from the COVID-19 pandemic With one of its most prized pieces of industrial parkland primed and ready to welcome...

Laval businesses win at provincial level Défi OSEntreprendre

Businesses based in the City of Laval did well at the 23rd annual Gala des Grands Prix Desjardins hosted by Défi OSEntreprendre on June...

Laval has forgotten small businesses, says Notre Dame Blvd. children’s wear retailer

Repeated excavation of street is destroying us, says owner of Oneiro II boutique Does the City of Laval care as much for the small store...