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...

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...
All activities bringing together more than 250 persons are cancelled until further notice

Latest COVID-19 update from Quebec

The most recent data on the evolution of COVID-19 in Quebec on Sept. 22 shows 489 new cases, bringing the total number of people...

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...

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...

Quebec projects a $15-billion budgetary deficit for 2020-2021

CAQ gov’t adds $1.8 billion to support Quebecers and restart the economy Updating Quebec’s financial picture last week, Finance Minister Éric Girard said the COVID-19...
‘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...

Legault is optimistic about Quebec’s post-pandemic economy

Premier delivered a hopeful message during online CAQ convention In spite of infection rates rising again during the second phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, Quebec...
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...

Skeete announces an extra $1.3 million to local family organizations

Part of an $85 million sum going to 280 family groups all over the province Nearly a dozen Laval-based community organizations that provide support and...

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...