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Careless pellet gun use earns a 19-year-old 26 months

A 19-year-old man who fired off a pellet gun at some friends’ house, while also firing into the face of a young female acquaintance causing injury, was sentenced recently at the Laval...

Notre Dame/Curé Labelle shutdown draws flack from nearby businesses

Busy Chomedey intersection to be closed a month (at least) for water and sewer pipe work It happened so fast, it was like night and day. That’s how quickly the corner of Notre Dame...

City of Laval tables its 2020 report on finances

Municipality’s financial situation is solid, claim city officials In a report on its most recent financial situation, the City of Laval says it has a surplus of $85.6 million, including $42.3 million granted...

Webb Ave. residents decry city’s proposed street changes

‘No one was aware that the city was going to modify and make major changes’ After tabling a petition in Laval city council last week, at least 40 residents of Webb Ave. in...

City powerless to deal with Emerson St. vermin infestation, says Boyer

‘What is the city doing to protect its citizens from this situation?’ In question period during the May 4 webcast of Laval city council’s monthly meeting, there was a followup to the rat...

Administration officials defend their $2,000 electric vehicle subsidy

Laval spent $1.092 million on program that ended two years ago Two years after the City of Laval ended a subsidy that provided residents with up to $2,000 to help pay for the...

Missing Children’s Network launches Missing Children’s Month

The Missing Children’s Network officially launched Missing Children’s Month earlier this week with this year’s theme, “Forget-Me-Not“. The objective of this month is to raise awareness about the issue of missing and exploited children and to...

Agape aims to open a satellite office in eastern Laval by 2024

But Chomedey will remain the social services provider’s home base With a series of provincial government subsidies lined up, the Youth and Parents Agape Association has plans to open a satellite office, expanding...

City bringing an end to unpopular parking method used for snow removal

The City of Laval announced on Monday that beginning next winter, alternate-side street parking during the winter will become a thing of the past in Laval’s neighbourhoods. A new policy being implemented by...

Local schools win bursaries in city’s Défi OSEntreprendre

Annual competition focuses on developing entrepreneuralism Several schools in Laval, including some in Chomedey were awarded bursaries last week during the 23rd annual Défi OSEntreprendre competition held with the support of the City...

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City officials, school boards face off for education

   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...

Martin St. Louis honoured in Laval – Retirement of jersey No. 26

New York Rangers winger Martin St. Louis received a well-deserved honor, on February 11 at the Samson arena, where he took his first shots in organized hockey. The Laval Delta hockey club...

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...

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