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Laval Police scores big with its ‘Living Radars’ project

In the course of a recent security campaign around schools, the Laval Police Dept. felt they wanted to make more than the usual impact...

Incumbent SWLSB chairman Paolo Galati re-elected

‘Success for All’ team leader begins his second term According to polling results for the 2021 Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board elections on Sept. 26,...

Is this an accident waiting to happen?

Tensions boil as school bus convoys roll on quiet street in l’Orée-des-Bois Parents and residents living in homes on a stretch of 39th Avenue near...

SWLSB flags kept at half-mast for 215 hours in memory of Indigenous victims

Following the devastating discovery of 215 Indigenous children buried on the site of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia, the Sir...

Local engineering student awarded $5,000 bursary by foundation

Liliya Boyadjieva hopes to make breakthroughs in health technology A young Laval woman with aspirations to advance in the traditionally male-dominated domain of electrical engineering...

Friends and SWLSB colleagues share memories of Elizabeth Rossi

Sir Wilfrid Laurier Foundation loses a devoted and loyal volunteer For hundreds of parents and school board staff who were regulars at the Sir Wilfrid...

New CSSL grade school being built on Souvenir Road

Students will share outdoor grounds with École internationale high school Work is well underway on Souvenir Rd. in Chomedey on a new grade school being...

Students team up with Agape Senior Wellness Centre to prepare care packages for seniors

On March 4, students from The Sacred Heart School of Montreal and Loyola High School got together to prepare nearly 150 care packages for...

Former SWLSB chair Steve Bletas remembered for strength and endurance

Maple planted at board HQ in Rosemère honours Bletas, who died last May Friends, colleagues and members of the family of the late Steve Bletas...

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...