Sunday, November 29, 2020

Cascades paper announces closing of Laval napkin facility

Montreal-based paper manufacturer Cascades Inc. announced on Wednesday that it will be closing its Laval napkin-making facility at the end of June. The company says...

Cider brewery and its owners fined $1.65 million by Revenu Québec

Cidrerie Solar Inc., which produced a range of apple cider-based alcoholic beverages, was fined more than $1,042,093 by Revenu Québec for tax evasion last...

Ticket offenders, rather than close movie theatres, says Cinémas Guzzo head

Quebec more interested in ‘perception,’ than dealing effectively with COVID, says Vince Guzzo Although the provincial government announced last week that $50 million in compensation...

Minister of Middle Class Prosperity meets online with Laval Chamber of Commerce

Local business owners warn Mona Fortier about looming labour shortages Federal Minister of Middle Class Prosperity Mona Fortier dropped into Laval virtually last week for...

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...

Nearly $2.5 million in federal aid announced for tech development

Ottawa sees Laval as an influential player in Quebec’s economy Federal Minister of Economic Development Mélanie Joly was in Laval last week to announce more than $2.44...

Deloitte moving to Espace Montmorency by early 2023

Project developer Montoni, Groupe Sélection and the Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ announced on Thursday that the professional services firm Deloitte will become a...

Canadians worried about closure of local businesses, CFIB says

Small/medium business lobby group wants Ottawa to modify COVID-19 aid programs Four in five Canadians are worried their favourite local businesses may close down as...

Laval C of C forum contemplates the post-COVID-19 economy

CAQ finance minister sees balanced budgets and stable taxes in five years While everyone at the federal, provincial or municipal levels seems to be talking...

Laval well-placed to deal with COVID-19, says economic report

Region has ‘resilience’ and major construction projects are planned In a report on the state of Laval’s economy released by the city late last month,...

Laval to temporarily allow larger outdoor terraces as part of post-COVID economic strategy

Saying they want to help restaurant owners and local businesses increase their capacity during the COVID-19 recovery period, officials with the City of Laval...