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...

FILIA Association for Senior Citizens holds its first Walk A Thon in Laval

‘A lot of our members are now from here,’ says FILIA founder Johanna Tsoublekas Although the year 2020 has been far from normal up to...

Novartis ‘Ride for Life’ goes virtual to raise funds for cancer research

Jocelyne Aubry of Fabreville was an organizer and participant this year For the past 15 years, Canadian employees of the pharmaceutical company Novartis have conducted...

Laval’s Claude-Ferragne Athletics Stadium now open in Auteuil

Thursday will be remembered as an important date for Laval residents who are into competing in athletics or track-and-field sports. Officials from the City of...

Chomedey U18 AAA pays homage to ‘Black Lives Matter’

Provincial league team beats Longueuil 3 – 1 in semi-final match Wearing “Black Lives Matter” t-shirts as a gesture of solidarity with the growing anti-racism...

Sainte-Dorothée Community Centre certified LEED Gold

Laval now has four buildings with the environmental certification The Sainte-Dorothée Community Centre has just received LEED Gold certification, the highest distinction bestowed on building...

James Bay painter/artist’s works now showcased in Fabreville

Stéfanie Thompson took part in 2018 Sainte-Rose Art Symposium An accomplished nature painter from Quebec’s James Bay region, who was among the many artists who...

Laval adds two new BIXI stations and 15 more BIXI bikes

With the BIXI bicycle rental system now in the midst of its first year in Laval, the city announced on Tuesday that two more...

City to distribute 5,000 Fun Kits to children in Laval

The City of Laval has decided to hand out more than 5,000 kits containing toys, games and other fun things to children and adolescents...