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City doubles the number of outdoor summer rest stops

Eight relaxing rest stops will be open in various locations After a successful launch last year, the City of Laval has decided to maintain a...

Laval’s surface tram project recalls abandoned ‘elevated’ tram plan

City once flirted with the idea of a suspended tramway in downtown core A recent news report highlighting a long-term plan by the City of...

Laval’s 2020-2022 Action Plan for Housing

City on track to delivering needed affordable and social housing The City of Laval says the first year of its 2020-2022 Action Plan for Housing...

City extends deadline for memos on new urban plan to June 28

The City of Laval says that the deadline for submitting memorandums during an ongoing public consultation on the city’s master urban plan has been...

Demers responds to infrastructure complaints from Webb Ave. residents

Council served with notice of Laval region’s vanishing golf courses Nearly a dozen residents of Webb Ave. and other streets in western Chomedey questioned Mayor...

City moves to implement First Responder services in Laval

Beginning in 2022, firefighters in Laval will be trained to provide First Responder services for medical situations involving cardio-respiratory arrests or acute allergic reactions,...

No new hospital in Laval’s current plan for the emerging downtown

Strategy for city’s centre is being mapped out for the next 10-20 years The City of Laval’s emerging downtown core will have a linear park,...

City of Laval tables its 2020 report on finances

Municipality’s financial situation is solid, claim city officials In a report on its most recent financial situation, the City of Laval says it has a...
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City powerless to deal with Emerson St. vermin infestation, says Boyer

‘What is the city doing to protect its citizens from this situation?’ In question period during the May 4 webcast of Laval city council’s monthly...

Administration officials defend their $2,000 electric vehicle subsidy

Laval spent $1.092 million on program that ended two years ago Two years after the City of Laval ended a subsidy that provided residents with...