Sunday, January 24, 2021

Dead 7-year-old Chomedey girl’s mother released on $1,000 bail bond

The mother of 7-year-old Chomedey girl who suffered a gruesome death at home in early January was released on a $1,000 bail bond on...

Have you received any COVID-19 travel ban tickets lately?

Rights lawyer Julius Grey knows of few people who are contesting So, since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and all the restrictions that have...

Sexual Assault: public help sought for other possible victims

The Laval Police Department arrested 29-year-old Tarek Hammoud on December 3rd for sexual assault. Chronology: The suspect allegedly used the online Badou platform, with the pseudonym...

Small business insurance costs rising, says Canadian Federation of Independent Business

One in ten SMEs can no longer find an insurance provider, says national lobby group More than half of small businesses have seen their insurance...

Despite mounting lawsuits, no immediate changes foreseen at UPAC

Ex-Premier Charest and Chomedey MNA are suing over corruption watchdog’s practices Despite a lawsuit filed by former Quebec Premier Jean Charest against UPAC, as well...

Lawyer from Laval charged with child pornography offences

The Laval Police Department says that, following a five month investigation, they have arrested a 58-year-old lawyer from Laval and filed charges against him...

Quebec launching new register for funeral pre-arrangements

Funeral directors will have to state if services have been pre-paid The Quebec Ministry of Justice and the Quebec Consumer Protection Office have announced that...

Laval man fined nearly $500K for tax evasion

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) announced this week that Robert Kalfayan, a Laval resident, pleaded guilty at the Laval courthouse to tax evasion charges....

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...

Quebec abolishes time limitations in sexual assault lawsuits

Bill 55 will also allow victims to file claims against estates Members of the Quebec National Assembly voted unanimously last week to pass Bill 55,...

Coroner’s inquest expected to open into COVID fatalities at CHSLD Sainte-Dorothée

An inquiry by the Quebec Coroner’s Office is expected to soon be underway into the circumstances that led to a seemingly uncontrolled outbreak of...