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Couche-Tard profits increase, despite COVID-19

Laval-based Couche-Tard convenience stores, one of the remaining crown jewels of corporate Quebec, managed to greatly increase its profits since last year, despite a...

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...

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...

Laval bio-science companies involved in COVID-19 research

Cité de la Biotech is home to more than a dozen biotech firms Martin C. Barry While research is underway all over the world to find...

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...

Laval businessman fined more than $143,000 for evading provincial tax

Revenu Québec said on Tuesday that a Laval business owner and two transport logistics companies he owns have been fined $143,066.41 after being found...

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...

A new day dawns for the Montreal region’s taxi services

Champlain Taxi among the firms set to provide Laval residents with service Following a major and sometimes tumultuous reorganization of the Montreal region’s taxi services,...

Revenu Québec urges essential workers to register early for benefits

Province anticipates 600,000 will apply for COVID-19 work loss compensation Martin C. Barry In view of the sheer number of workers displaced by COVID-19 who are...

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...