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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...

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 it will offer relocation options to as many...

Laval firefighters battle blaze in Pont-Viau

Firefighters with the Service d'incendie de Laval were still on the scene late Wednesday morning on Berri St. in Pont-Viau where a two-storey apartment block was heavily damaged by fire. According to initial...

Honda driver injured in collision with dump truck at R-125/A-440 merge

A 58-year-old man narrowly escaped life-threatening injuries on Monday morning when the sub-compact car he was driving along Route 125 while merging onto the Autoroute 440 service road in eastern Laval was...

Small business insurance costs rising, says Canadian Federation of Independent Business

One in ten SMEs can no longer find an insurance provider, says national lobby group More than half of small businesses have seen their insurance premiums increase over the past 12 months, with...

RCMP ordered to pay more than $700,000 to Laval family in ‘human trafficking’ case Following years of litigation, Canada’s national police force, the RCMP, was ordered by an appeals court last week to...

City receives award for innovation in processing citizen requests

Residents can now follow the online progress of requests to the city Officials with the City of Laval were recognized by their peers last week with an award recognizing efforts made by Laval...

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 social services to families will be receiving more...

Preparations underway for Laval City Hall refurbishment work

Offices of the mayor and opposition relocated for next four years The City of Laval says that beginning on Nov. 23, the city hall offices of the mayor, the opposition, the independent councillors...

Governor General marks International Space Station’s first two decades

Former astronaut Julie Payette shares views on space travel with science journalist If there are two people in Canada who should know a thing or two about the International Space Station (ISS), they’d...

COVID-19 help lines discussed during Agape-NPI online meeting

Accessing health and social services during the pandemic becomes an issue Some 25 members of the Laval English-speaking community, including many Agape-NPI partners, attended a virtual Agape-Networking and Partnership Initiative (Agape-NPI) meeting on...

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Complete closure of the Honoré-Mercier Bridge towards Montréal during the weekend of March 18th, 2016.

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Click here to read the entire newspaper This is a archived copy in PDF format of the the Laval News that was published and distributed January 9, 2016. In this issue read the...

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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...

Laval firefighters battle blaze in Pont-Viau

Firefighters with the Service d'incendie de Laval were still on the scene late Wednesday morning on Berri St. in Pont-Viau where a two-storey apartment...

Honda driver injured in collision with dump truck at R-125/A-440 merge

A 58-year-old man narrowly escaped life-threatening injuries on Monday morning when the sub-compact car he was driving along Route 125 while merging onto the...
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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 it will offer relocation options to as many of the 54 workers currently employed at the facility as possible, and...

Laval firefighters battle blaze in Pont-Viau

Firefighters with the Service d'incendie de Laval were still on the scene late Wednesday morning on Berri St. in Pont-Viau where a two-storey apartment...

Honda driver injured in collision with dump truck at R-125/A-440 merge

A 58-year-old man narrowly escaped life-threatening injuries on Monday morning when the sub-compact car he was driving along Route 125 while merging onto the...

Small business insurance costs rising, says Canadian Federation of Independent Business

One in ten SMEs can no longer find an insurance provider, says national lobby group More than half of small businesses have seen their insurance...

RCMP ordered to pay more than $700,000 to Laval family in ‘human trafficking’ case Following years of litigation, Canada’s national police force, the RCMP, was...