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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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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...

Vaillancourt case could go to trial by March 2017

(TLN) Laval Mayor Marc Demers has enthusiastically greeted news that hearings in the trial of former mayor Gilles Vaillancourt could begin as early as March next year. “What we think now is that...

Where is our Snow Removal?

(TLN) Laval citizen Natale Polito -well known for his comments against the opposition “show me the money”- is gearing up to ask the city administration about the non-removal of snow on streets...

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