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Fabreville home invasion and kidnapping linked to cryptocurrency dispute

A home invasion in Fabreville on Monday evening, followed by the kidnapping of a 26-year-old woman, has been linked to a $300,000 transaction gone bad involving Bitcoin cryptocurrency. Around 8 pm Monday, according...

City of Laval says it’s ready for expected blizzard on Monday

The City of Laval's public works department issued a statement on Sunday, saying snow removal crews are geared up for a major winter storm expected to dump up to 25 centimetres on...

SLIP SLIDING AWAY ON QUEBEC ROADS

Winter makes it more difficult to drive. Snow and sleet can reducevisibility while driving, and icy and accumulated snow on the groundcan make it more difficult to stop or turn. Because of...

Looking back at last year’s news, is this a case of ‘déjà vu?’

The Laval News sees spooky similarities as we review 2021 Déjà vu. As the Laval News looks back on 2021 and the things that were happening at the beginning of last year, no two...

Ex-mayoralty candidate Michel Trottier quits municipal politics

After faring poorly in last November’s municipal elections, Parti Laval leader Michel Trottier announced late last week that he has decided to step away from politics. “After reflecting, I came to the conclusion...

The Vaccine Options: Mandatory, pay for treatment, passport?

So many Canadians are saying “that’s enough”. If you’re unvaccinated and have to be hospitalized because of Covid, and you take the bed of someone who needs urgent care, then that unvaccinated...

Trudeau says Ottawa looking at Quebec’s proposed anti-vax tax for unvaccinated ‘with interest’

Reacting on Wednesday to the Quebec government's plan to impose an "anti-vax tax" on those who are continuing to refuse to be inoculated against COVID-19, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Ottawa is...

Cold warning issued for Laval, Montreal, surrounding areas

If it's too cold for you to stay outside, it's also too cold for the family pet to be out in the elements. With that thought in mind, weather officials in Quebec issued...

Laval-based Regal Confections acquires ‘Mr. Freeze’ brand

Mr. Freeze is moving from Ontario to Laval. Laval-based Regal Confections announced in a press release on Jan. 6 that it has acquired Woodbridge Ont.-based Kisko Products, which produces the market-leading freeze pop...

Sainte-Rose heritage landmark ‘Dame Tartine’ damaged by fire

A more than 150-year-old heritage building on the main street of Laval's Sainte-Rose neighborhood containing the Dame Tartine breakfast restaurant was heavily damaged by fire on the evening of Thursday Jan. 6. Several...

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Incumbent Chomedey MNA Guy Ouellette re-elected

Martin C. Barry A feeling of victory filled the air at the Notre Dame Blvd. campaign headquarters of incumbent Chomedey MNA Guy Ouellette on provincial election night last Oct. 1 – even though...

City Watch October 2018

City Watch   Alternative parking regulations delayed one month The executive committee has decided to delay the application of the alternative parking regulations that normally take effect as of October 1st 2018 by one month....

City Hall draws full house of disgruntled residents

RENATA ISOPO It was a standing-room-only full house, October 2, 2018 at Laval City Hall as numerous fiery issues erupted, with a large number of concerned and outraged citizens going on the attack. Locals...

New Sainte-Rose CAQ MNA Christopher Skeete

Martin C. Barry In the Oct. 1 Quebec general election, Christopher Skeete, the Coalition Avenir Québec’s candidate in Sainte-Rose, became the only CAQ candidate from Laval’s six ridings to be elected. For Skeete,...

Laval-based engineering firm supplies buoys to Canadian Coast Guard

Martin C. Barry In a bid to ensure the Canadian Coast Guard has the equipment it needs to keep Canadian seafarers and waterways safe, the federal government has announced it will be paying...

Three Laval student-athletes awarded bursaries by FAEQ

(TLN) Three promising young athletes from Laval were among a group of 29 student-athletes who were recently awarded bursaries by the Foundation for Athletic Excellence (FAEQ) as part of the 21st edition of...

Laval News Volume 26-19

The current issue of the Laval News volume 26-19 published October 10, 2018, (Laval's English Newspaper), covers local events such as politics, sports and human-interest stories. It features editorials and other columns....

Laval Senior Citizens Week from Oct. 10 – 21

(TLN) Quebec Minister for Senior Citizens Francine Charbonneau joined Laval city councillor Christiane Yoakim who also deals with senior citizens issues for the unveiling on Sept. 13 of the program of activities for...

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