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Gunshots heard on Terry Fox Ave. near Cosmodôme

The Laval Police responded to at least one call made to 911 on Friday around 3:15 pm about the sound of gunshots being heard near the corner of Terry Fox and du...

Mouvement lavallois mayoralty candidate Stéphane Boyer has backing of Demers

Laval city councillor and executive-committee vice-president Stéphane Boyer, who was acclaimed on Wednesday as the Mouvement lavallois's official candidate for mayor in November, has the backing of Mayor Marc Demers, the ML...

$2.5 million worth of drugs seized following LPD raid

Officers from the Laval Police Department executed a search warrant on March 23 related to narcotics trafficking and as part of the LPD’s ongoing projet Doute operation and investigation. Since last September, the...

Nearly 200 new housing units to be built in Laval as part of Central Park project

Making announcement, Vimy MP Koutrakis emphasizes the value of having a home “Every Canadian deserves a safe and affordable place to call home,” the federal government said in a statement last week, as...

Neighbours of vermin-infested duplex plead for help

Garbage piled to the ceiling in a Chomedey duplex. Books, magazines, food trays, decaying food, discarded packages, and more, filling chairs, tables, beds; some rooms are so stuffed you can’t walk through...

City of Laval seeks bids from groups for anti-poverty projects

Quebec, CISSS de Laval and the municipality will be providing the funds The City of Laval is calling on non-profit organizations to submit bids for projects to be completed as part of an...

Executive-committee takes action against floods and greenhouse gases

The City of Laval’s executive-committee made some key moves during a meeting on March 31, including decisions involving the protection of the region’s riverside areas from floodwaters, and a special fund set...

Laval-based Nexelis partners with China’s JOINN for COVID-19 studies

Bioanalytics lab becomes first specialized in vaccine testing to set up in China Laval-based Nexelis, specializing in vaccine testing research and development, announced last week the signature of a letter of intent with...

First generation vaccines ‘only the beginning,’ says opinion columnist Robert Vairo

It’s a full-on race between vaccines and Covid virus variants. Every wave of this virus is worse than the previous. We are into the third with some provinces registering more infections in...

Agape-NPI releases new data on Laval’s English-speaking population

Latest count of English is 90,975, out of more than 437,000 population More than 30 persons sharing a common interest in the health and well-being of Laval took part on March 31 in...

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Vimy Liberal MP Eva Nassif opens new offices

   Martin C. Barry The first “open house” to be held by Vimy Liberal MP Eva Nassif since she and her staff moved into new offices on Le Corbusier Blvd. nearly a month ago...

Infrastructure money on the way, says Marc-Aurèle-Fortin MP

  Martin C. Barry Some of the tens of billions of dollars in infrastructure investment money promised by Justin Trudeau during last year’s election campaign could soon start flowing into Laval and other parts...

Jewish Rehab visited by students

On February 10, 2016 a group of North Star Academy Laval students spent the day at the Jewish Rehabilitation Center in Laval. The day was filled with a tour of the facility,...

City seeks candidacies for ‘Hosia’ awards

(TLN) The City of Laval in conjunction with the Caisses Desjardins de Laval is inviting non-profit groups recognized by the city to submit the names of worthy volunteers to be candidates for...

Laval PD News

Pedestrian Shot Twice Feb 9 – Laval police are investigating a mysterious shooting in Chomedey that left one woman with two bullets in her leg. The incident happened just before 1 p.m. on...

Former Laval mayor Claude Ulysse Lefebvre dies

(TLN) In the name of citizens, municipal councillors and employees of the city, Laval Mayor Marc Demers offered his condolences earlier this week to the family of Claude Ulysse Lefebvre, Laval’s third...

Boulevard of broken dreams

Martin C. Barry Outrage. That’s the only word that comes close to describing one Laval business owner’s feelings of frustration after 17 years of fighting with the City of Laval over a chronic...

$1 million for children’s breakfasts from President’s Choice

Martin C. Barry President’s Choice Children’s Charity announced during an event on Jan. 22 at École primaire du Bois Joli in eastern Laval that it is making a donation of $1 million to the non-profit...

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