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...

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...

Cider brewery and its owners fined $1.65 million by Revenu Québec

Cidrerie Solar Inc., which produced a range of apple cider-based alcoholic beverages, was fined more than $1,042,093 by Revenu Québec for tax evasion last...

Quebec releases report on COVID-19 outbreak at CHSLD Sainte-Dorothée

Ministers Blais and Dubé say steps are being taken to prevent future occurrences A provincial investigative report completed last summer but only released by Quebec...

Quebec’s CAQ government marks its second year since 2018 election

‘We have respected more than half our commitments,’ says Sainte-Rose MNA Skeete Noting that over the past few months Quebec and the rest of the...

Face masks become mandatory at all times in Quebec’s ‘red zone’ high-schools

Education minister ratchets up the pressure, as COVID-19 Wave II begins The Quebec government announced on Monday additional protective measures for schools, sports facilities and teams...

Non compliance will cost you $1000, +administration fees $546=$1546

Easier for police to enforce COVIDrestrictions inside private homes Quebec Premier François Legault says thenegligence of a few means the province has tocrack down on...

Laval in the red – lockdown announced

The 28 day lockdown started Thursday October 1st and will last until the 28th,Premiere Legault announced this week After months of a threat of a...
Quebec allots $2.02 million for local culture and eco-projects

Mayor pleased with $2.3 billion aid pledged to cities by Quebec for second wave...

Laval mayor Marc Demers said on Friday he was pleased and relieved to hear news that the province's CAQ government decided to allot $2.3...
‘Illumi’ light show coming to Laval in time for Christmas

Quebec infrastructure legislation Bill 66 gets enthusiastic endorsement from Demers

Following the tabling of the Quebec government's Bill 66, which proposes among other things to fast-track the extension of the REM light rail train...

Quebec aims for food autonomy, with major greenhouse farming project

Legault criticizes China, while pitching closer ties to Ontario and Alberta Concerned that Quebec might one day be unable to import essential foods like fruits...