Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Newsfirst columnist Robert Vairo’s ‘That’s What I’m Thinking’

A National Emergency Demands Leadership I watched with envy as some NBC TV affiliate out of Seattle Washington was telecasting a report on how municipal...

Newsfirst columnist Robert Vairo’s ‘That’s What I’m Thinking’

A National Emergency Demands Leadership I watched with envy as some NBC TV affiliate out of Seattle Washington was telecasting a report on how municipal and state governments, and corporations like Starbucks and...

Fifty-three new social housing units for vulnerable persons in Laval

Two of the projects are in Vimy, while another is in Marc-Aurèle-Fortin Quebec Environment and Climate Change Minister Benoit Charette and Sainte-Rose MNA Christopher Skeete have announced the conclusion of a more than...

Minister Monsef: ‘Ottawa is spending $100 million, as domestic violence spikes’

Pandemic pressures spur demand for women’s shelters For nearly a year since the onset of COVID-19, Ottawa has been boosting funding to organizations dealing with gender-based violence – a phenomenon which has risen...

Dead 7-year-old Chomedey girl’s mother released on $1,000 bail bond

The mother of 7-year-old Chomedey girl who suffered a gruesome death at home in early January was released on a $1,000 bail bond on Monday, with one condition of her freedom being...

COVID-19 outbreak at CHSLD Idola-St-Jean claims 10 lives

An outbreak of COVID-19 at CHSLD Idola-Saint-Jean has resulted in 10 deaths, with 70 residents and workers testing positive for the coronavirus. The CISSS de Laval says no visits to the CHSLD on...

City says it’s ready for snowfall expected this weekend

With up to 20 centimetres of snow expected to fall this weekend, the City of Laval says its snow-clearing crews and equipment are ready for whatever nature throws at them. According to the...

Mother of dead 7-year-old Chomedey girl to make second court appearance Monday

The mother of 7-year-old Chomedey girl who died under apparently violent circumstances is expected to make a court appearance on Monday, after being arraigned and charged with criminal negligence causing death following...

The Laval News takes a look back at 2020’s news in our ‘Year in Review’

Although the pandemic was last year’s biggest story, it wasn’t the only one What is there to say about a year that was so dominated by a single issue – the COVID-19 pandemic?...

New bus times and service improvements on STL routes

New shared taxi route for Sainte-Dorothée and Laval-sur-le-Lac The Société de transport de Laval (STL) winter schedule, which came into effect last week, contains numerous service improvements. By adding more buses weekdays, during morning...

CISSS de Laval announces new hours and restrictions for COVID-19

Visitors not permitted, but caregivers are with some restrictions The CISSS de Laval has announced adjustments to the usual hours for visiting its health and social services establishments in order to respect restrictions...

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   Martin C. Barry A team consisting of Laval city councillors beat teams from the Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board and the Commission scolaire de Laval in the Classique des élus de Laval tournament...

Clement said the Conservatives have concerns about the Liberals wanting to normalize Canada’s relationship with Iran “which is a state sponsor of terror”

  Martin C. Barry Former federal Conservative cabinet minister Tony Clement aimed some sharp barbs at the new Liberal government and its leader, Justin Trudeau, during a five-to-seven event held at The Palace on...

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Vimy Liberal MP Eva Nassif opens new offices

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Laval News Volume 29-02

The current issue of the Laval News volume 29-02 published January 27th, 2021.Covering Laval local news, politics, sports and our new section Mature Life.(Click...

Dead 7-year-old Chomedey girl’s mother released on $1,000 bail bond

The mother of 7-year-old Chomedey girl who suffered a gruesome death at home in early January was released on a $1,000 bail bond on...