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Supply and demand are driving up home prices, says real estate sales expert

Royal LePage stats show Laval, North Shore prices up 13.7 and 21 % respectively The Royal LePage House Price Survey and Market Survey Forecast released last week revealed signs of a shift to...

Two arrested following Dagenais Blvd. fires

Two young men were arrested last week following multiple fires set on Dagenais Blvd. in Laval in late September, including one at a Buddhist temple that broke out while Buddhist clergy were inside. The...

Pandemic impacted economic development of English communities in Quebec

Ottawa, Quebec failed to halt Anglo community’s economic decline, says CEDEC There was a collective failure on the part of federal and provincial governments to prioritize and take the necessary steps to address...

Anglo ‘Task Force’ brief says Bill 96 ‘deinstitutionalizes the English language’

Among TFLP’s founding members are veterans of the first wave of Bill 101 resistance While maintaining that they enjoy “a pretty good relationship” with the Quebec Community Groups Network but remain independent of...

City unveils plan to combat poverty in some neighbourhoods

The City of Laval has decided to take some innovative action to help combat poverty and economic problems in certain neighbourhoods on its territory. A new policy position document was adopted by city...

Laval city council meets one last time before Nov. 7 elections

Demers reviews work completed since first becoming mayor eight years ago As the Laval city council meeting on Oct. 5 was the last council session of Mayor Marc Demers’s administration before the municipal...

School Board election update

Some facts and figures fromthe exercise in democracythat returned Paolo Galati tochairperson’s post Contrary to popular belief prior to the election for chairperson of the Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board that the turnout...

CMA/CNA call for urgent action during emergency COVID-19 summit

Without health workers, there is no health care, say country’s doctors and nurses With COVID-19 infection rates stabilizing in certain areas of Canada but still out of control in places like Alberta and...

Woman dead after being hit by car on Montée Montrougeau

A female pedestrian in her 50s walking along a bike path on Montée Montrougeau in Fabreville was struck and killed by a car Wednesday night around 6:30 pm after the vehicle veered...

City and LPD lead safety campaign over the coming weeks

The City of Laval and the Laval Police are inviting motorists, pedestrians and cyclists to pay special attention while out using the sidewalks and streets, noting that a special safety campaign will...

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Do you live in Laval, have a problem and don’t know who to turn to? SOON you can dial “211”

Up to know when resident's living in Laval have any type of emergency, big or small, they dial 911 or 311 for city related issues. "COMING SOON", by dialing 211, the residents of...

Laval News. Volume: 24 Issue: 01

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...

Habel pays homage to Matthew Schreindorfer

(TLN) Just before the Christmas holidays, Sainte-Rose Liberal MNA Jean Habel paid tribute in a speech in the Quebec National Assembly to the courage of Matthew Schreindorfer and his wife. Habel then...

Mother and daughters duo from Laval caught in Grandparent Scam

(TLN) The New Year did not start well for four Laval women caught in Albany NY for a “Grandparent Scam operation”. On January 7, Christina M. Antonakakis, 29, Sophia Mikelakis, 57, Nora Apkarian,...

Vimy Liberal Nassif holds consultation for 2016 federal budget

  Martin C. Barry A public consultation held last week by Vimy Liberal MP Eva Nassif to determine people’s wants and needs for the upcoming federal budget led to a lively round of discussion...

Although the Action Laval councillors each earned a base amount of around $30,000, the opposition’s former chief of staff made $88,000 in annual salary

Martin C. Barry A Chomedey man who has become a self-appointed “watchdog” over the official opposition at Laval city hall had questions about their annual expenses last week at city council’s first meeting...

7 foods that will cost you more in 2016 and why

Lower loonie pushes up prices, while consumers look for alternatives to expensive meat CBC News  Does it seem like food is costing more every time you make a trip to the grocery store?...

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