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Starting August 9, 2021, Ottawa announces easing of border measures for fully vaccinated travellers only!

CNW/ - The Government of Canada is prioritizing the health and safety of everyone in Canada by taking a risk-based and measured approach to re-opening our borders. Thanks to the hard work...

More ‘green’ sidewalk protrusions to be installed in Chomedey

Traffic calming and better waste-water management combined in one This fall in Chomedey, the City of Laval will be starting the implementation of sidewalk protrusions, which are special concrete areas built next to...

Upper House delays Trudeau government’s legislation to regulate the Internet

Senator Leo Housakos calls Bill C-10 ‘an adamant attack on freedom of speech’ Has Canada’s Senate shut down Liberal Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault’s attempt to establish tighter controls on the Internet with Bill...

STL awards contract for shared taxi services to Taxelco

Following a call for tenders process, the Société de transport de Laval (STL) says it has entered into an agreement with Taxelco to service its 16 shared taxi lines for both on-request and regular...

Sainte-Rose Art Symposium takes place from Thurs. July 22 to Sun. July 25

Come experience all the charm and atmosphere in Vieux Sainte-Rose For four days this month, hundreds of appreciators of quality sculpture and art from all over eastern Canada will gather in Laval’s picturesque...

Laval police investigate after two men shot at supper lounge

Laval Police officers were waiting earlier this week to meet two young men who were shot during the night last weekend in a Chomedey neighbourhood resto-bar, but who failed to report it. The...

Students from Laval and North Shore among those awarded Rogers Scholarships

Vanessa Catena and Sara Tessier are pursuing studies in marketing and business Two young women from the Laval and North Shore areas who are pursuing post-secondary studies in marketing and business administration are...

Laval Citoyens mayoral hopeful Michel Poissant promises a nature trail if elected

Eight-kilometre pathway would travel through several of Laval’s wetlands Despite a current lack of support from the city for his project, Laval Citoyens leader and mayoralty candidate Michel Poissant is pledging to build...

Sonia Baudelot unsure whether she’ll run for mayor under her own banner

Says she split from Action Laval after a merger with her party broke down While insisting that she is still surrounded by volunteers and candidates after leaving Action Laval, former AL mayoralty hopeful...

Opposition parties unanimously denounce city workers’ salary increases

Deputy Mayor Boyer defends 1.2 per cent hike as necessary to retain employees Laval city council’s opposition members, who are often divided along party lines, were unanimous during last week’s July city council...

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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...

Laval to set up animal services centre by 2018

 (TLN) As a result of recent interest stirred up by media reports regarding the City of Laval’s plans to set up a centralized animal protection office, officials with the city have decided...

City council gets rowdy over ethics and Khalil

(TLN) Laval city council’s monthly meeting on Feb. 2 became a “tennis match” between the mayor and members of the opposition. The reason was persistent demands by opposition members that Sainte-Dorothée city councillor...

Cicilia Laurent, 120-year-old Haitian woman in Laval, Que., could be world’s oldest person alive

Officials from Guinness World Records are in Haiti to determine if Cicilia Laurent, who celebrated her 120th birthday Sunday evening, is the new record-holder, Montreal's Haitian Consulate said. She could claim the title from 116-year-old...

Bill 86: Hearings on school board reform underway

Legislative hearings into a Quebec bill to end school board elections began Tuesday, with more than 50 groups and individuals signed up to present their positions. If passed, Bill 86 would abolish school board elections...

Laval’s new No. 2 fire hall will serve Chomedey

Martin C. Barry One of the largest fire halls in Canada by number of emergency calls handled officially opened on Souvenir Blvd. in Chomedey last week with a ribbon-cutting attended by Quebec Public...

New service links Montmorency Metro to downtown

Martin C. Barry In anticipation of the opening of Place Bell next year and a significant rise in activity that will probably be generated as a result in Laval’s central core, the city’s...

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