Friday, December 4, 2020

Laval buys INRS’s riverside property for use as future public park

The City of Laval says it has purchased a large riverside green space on des Prairies Blvd. in Laval-des-Rapides, with an historic building on...

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 workers and retirees donate more than $371,000 to Centraide

New record for donations set, despite setback from pandemic A group representing employees and retirees of the City of Laval presented a “virtual” cheque for...

City of Laval acquires a wooded lot in Sainte-Rose

Laval extends its green spaces along the Mille Îles River The City of Laval says it recently acquired a wooded lot in Sainte-Rose along the...

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...

City awards subsidies for pandemic relief

During sessions held on Nov. 18 and 25, the City of Laval’s executive-committee decided to award subsidies to two Laval-based community organizations that are...

Opposition questions ‘transparency’ of Laval’s ‘Grande Bibliothèque’ project

Demers and Boyer say too little information available yet to share with council Although construction work on a new central branch for the City of...

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...

David De Cotis readmitted to Action Laval caucus

Was suspended by opposition party after conflict-of-interest allegations More than six months after David De Cotis was suspended from the Action Laval party, officials at...

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...

Activists want City of Laval to declare a 5G moratorium

City ‘doesn’t have the jurisdiction’ over technology, says Mayor Marc Demers With recent fires in cell phone towers – including one in Laval – being...