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Canada Pardon Services pleads guilty to consumer law breaches

Quebec consumer protection agency says firm side-stepped provincial rules The Quebec Office for the Protection of Consumers has announced that Canada Pardon Services, a company...

Laval-based Nexelis partners with China’s JOINN for COVID-19 studies

Bioanalytics lab becomes first specialized in vaccine testing to set up in China Laval-based Nexelis, specializing in vaccine testing research and development, announced last week...

City preparing to allow enlarged outdoor terraces at restaurants

List of outdoor ‘halts’ will also be expanded in public places and parks In preparation for the reopening of restaurants in Laval with the lifting...
Montreal movie theatre mogul joins ‘Dragons Den’ crew

Cinémas Guzzo owner refuses Legault’s compensation offer

Theatre chain won’t reopen Feb. 26, citing lost snack stand revenues In spite of a pledge by Quebec Premier François Legault to compensate movie theatre...

Ottawa invests in Laval’s metal products sector

Custom Diamond International receives $350,000 for expansion Vimy Liberal MP Annie Koutrakis has announced a $350,000 repayable grant to Custom Diamond International, a Laval-based company specialized...

CFIB-Quebec wants CAQ government to ease taxes for SMEs

Finance Minister Girard expected to table 2021-2022 budget in March Leading towards the tabling of the next provincial probably budget in March by the CAQ...

Ottawa counting on women for COVID-19 economic recovery

Vimy MP Koutrakis joins Small Business Minister Mary Ng for online discussion What role will women entrepreneurs be playing in the revival of the Canadian...

Laval among cities where Rogers is deploying 5G in Quebec

Rogers Communications announced on Wednesday that it is expanding its 5G service to five more Quebec communities - including Laval. In all, according to the...

Canadian Competition Bureau fines Laval-based CIMA+ $3.2 million

Laval-based CIMA+ civil engineering announced on Tuesday that it has reached an agreement with the Competition Bureau of Canada for the settlement of a dispute with...

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...