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...

Laval passes resolution recognizing Republic of Artsakh

Local Armenian community fears another genocide More than 135 supporters of the Republic of Artsakh, which is currently involved in an armed conflict with Azerbaijan,...

Vimont councillor Michel Poissant running for mayor in 2021

Ex-administration turned opposition councillor launches ‘Laval Citoyens’ party In the seven years since he first won a seat on Laval city council, independent city councillor...

Laval purchases islands in Mille Îles River for future park use

Quebec to help pay $21.9 million cost for Île aux Vaches and Île Saint-Pierre The City of Laval announced last week that it is buying...

Council of Laval Women to develop policy for equality of sexes

Council committee expected to ignite debate with recommendations The City of Laval’s executive-committee announced on Monday that it is giving a mandate to the Council...

Laval using online platform to consult on urban plan revisions

City’s ‘virtual open house’ consultation will continue until Nov. 15 With the COVID-19 pandemic limiting public gatherings, the City of Laval launched a new kind...

Laval pledges to cut greenhouse gas 33 per cent by 2035

City claims to be far ahead of other municipalities for GHG reduction The City of Laval has announced that it is pledging to reduce its...

Laval City-Watch

Agreement between Laval and Hydro Quebec The City of Laval has announced that it has reached a 20-year agreement with Hydro Quebec that will see...

City hall won’t deal with problems flagged by auditor, says Action Laval

Municipal party says official opposition is supporting administration Action Laval, the number two opposition party at Laval city hall, says Mayor Marc Demers, together with...

De Cotis motion calls on Demers to reject $50 REM surtax

Laval residents short-changed with new high-speed train, Saint-Bruno councillor claims A motion by Saint-Bruno city councillor David De Cotis that will be debated at the...

City of Laval announces property tax freeze in 2021

City wanted to know it still had its AA credit rating before acting, says Demers Laval mayor Marc Demers announced on Wednesday afternoon that the...