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LPD sets up neutral zone for e-commerce exchanges

In keeping with a growing trend among police forces to provide protection to citizens when they are completing purchase transactions initiated on the Internet, the Laval Police Department has decided to set...

Quebec Ombudswoman’s COVID-19 report points finger squarely at Legault government

Of the 5,634 Covid deaths reported up to June 30 last year, 69 per cent were in CHSLDs In a special report tabled last week in the National Assembly on how the COVID-19 crisis was...

Marquise Condominiums Laval shines at 2021 Habitat Design Awards

Les Prix Habitat Design’s annual competition which aims its spotlight at the housing industry and rewards the best-equipped model units and sales offices, has awarded the Marquise Condominiums Laval the 2021 People’s...

City of Laval receives ‘AA’ score from S&P Global Ratings

In a report released on Nov. 22, the U.S.-based credit rating agency Standard & Poors (S&P) Global Ratings said it was maintaining the City of Laval’s “AA” rating. In a statement, the city...

Centre De Pédiatrie Sociale Laval asks community to lend a helping hand

Pediatrics centre sets ambitious $50,000 goal for Laval’s most vulnerable children In time for the upcoming holiday season, the Centre De Pédiatrie Sociale Laval is launching its annual Guignolée, which will be held...

Did Climate Change Cause Noah’s Ark?

I don’t want to get into a climate change debate, but one thing is for sure. Climate change is happening and it can not be reversed by humankind. It’s just the way...

Canada Post workers on unpaid leave, because of Covid vax non-compliance

During leave without pay, anxieties increase within families, says CUPW’s Alain Robitaille The labour union representing Canada Post workers is contesting the crown corporation’s temporary suspension without pay of employees who are not...

Surveillance images show suspect in Laval daycare arson

The Laval Police are asking for the public’s help to identify a suspect wanted in conjunction with an arson attack at the Les Soleils du monde daycare centre for children in Laval’s...

Shield of Athena thanks Newsfirst for raising awareness of domestic abuse

In Quebec, one woman a month has been killed since the start of Covid pandemic Newsfirst Multimedia co-publisher George Guzmas was one of 20 Montreal-area news media influencers who were presented with certificates...

Long-awaited extension of Autoroute 19 sees light of day

Northward expansion expected to revitalize economy of Laval and North Shore region Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada David Lametti, on behalf of federal Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, Infrastructure and Communities...

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Laval News Volume 26-17

The current issue of the Laval News volume 26-17 published September 12, 2018, (Laval's English Newspaper), covers local events such as politics, sports and human-interest stories. It features editorials and other columns....

Parti Québécois still hopes to win back some seats in Laval

Martin C. Barry With the Coalition Avenir Québec leading in the polls and the incumbent Liberals following closely in second spot, the distant third-place Parti Québécois are still hoping – despite the odds...

LPD blue – August 29 2018

Cynthia Abraham Back to School – Police Urge Drivers to Respect the Signs Aug 24 – Laval police are urging students and parents to have a safe return to school by following and respecting...

CAQ’s Legault touches base with Marché 440 merchants and customers

Martin C. Barry If personality is a factor that ends up influencing the outcome of the Oct. 1 provincial election, the Coalition Avenir Québec’s François Legault may well be ahead of the game...

Filmmakers’ dramatic short ‘The Engagement’ wins festival awards

Martin C. Barry A two-man team of filmmakers, one of whom lives in Laval, has its sights set on making a full-length feature movie after a 15-minute dramatic short they recently completed scored...

Hundreds came out for Fête de Quartier de Chomedey

(TLN) On Sunday Aug. 19, there was a day of fun and games for people who live in Chomedey. The Fête de Quartier de Chomedey was back for a 10th year. As a community...

Incumbent Fabre Liberal Monique Sauvé launches campaign

(TLN) Incumbent Quebec Liberal MNA for Fabre Monique Sauvé launched her re-election campaign on Saturday Aug. 25 surrounded by 75 supporters. Following a day during which she attended several public functions and when campaign...

Laval’s street improvements killing business

Martin C. Barry A little more than a year after a restaurant operator on a stretch of Daniel Johnson Blvd. in downtown Laval complained that a lengthy program of road improvements by the...

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