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Two men from Laval among 31 suspects facing child pornography charges

Two men from Laval are among 31 suspects arrested across Quebec late last week in connection with child pornography and other sexual offences involving minors. The names of Loïc Moquin-Léger, 38, of Laval,...

Pimping, sex assault fugitive from Laval arrested in Mexico

A 35-year-old man from Laval who was considered one of Canada's most wanted criminals has been arrested in Mexico to face charges of pimping and sexual offences. Blake Charbonneau had been on a Canada-wide...

Laval deputy-dept. head found murdered at Montreal home

A 28-year-old male was arraigned and charged with murder at the Palais de Justice in Montreal on Thursday after a 61-year-old woman, identified as a senior manager in a City of Laval...

Bell donates $200,000 to upgrade psychiatric facilities at Cité de la Santé

During a symbolic Bell "Let's Talk Day" flag raising ceremony in front of Laval City Hall on Jan. 25, Bell announced a $200,000 donation to the Cité de la Santé Foundation for the improvement of...

Laval man charged in Gatineau with alleged identity theft

A 31-year-old man from Laval is one of two suspects were were arrested on Jan. 25 in conjunction with a series of identity thefts committed in Quebec and Ontario, costing nearly 30...

LPD claims major arrest related to recent gunfire incidents

The Laval Police Dept. says it arrested a 20-year-old man and seized three guns following a raid on Jan. 12. The LPD reported that Mac Ahern was in custody and facing weapons possession...

Tamil community celebrates launch of Tamil Heritage Month

Federal elected officials among the guests at festive Château Royal event For a fifth consecutive year, more than 40 organizations again came together to celebrate the contributions of Tamils since their arrival in...

Celebrate winter this weekend at ‘Laval en Blanc’

After two years of absence from the calendar, it is at the Centre de la nature that the outdoor winter event Laval en blanc will be held from January 27th to January...

Boyer optimistic, despite pessimistic economic outlook for 2023

Mayor pledges to address speeding, housing, other problems this year In spite of some generally negative economic predictions made for the year 2023, Mayor Stéphane Boyer provided an optimistic outlook for Laval during...

Tom Mulcair sees Ottawa’s Bill C-13 becoming a 2023 election issue

Ex-NDP leader takes issue with Ottawa’s pending overhaul of Official Languages Act In a talk at Concordia University last week, former NDP leader Tom Mulcair said that in an election he expects later...

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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?...

Syrian refugee crisis straining Agape’s resources

Martin C. Barry When officials in Ottawa were looking for help in welcoming the thousands of Syrian refugees being accepted into Canada, they had no problem finding Agape. As proof, the Chomedey-based group’s name...

Coupal turns independent, while dumping Mouvement Lavallois

  Martin C. Barry Laval city councillor for Souvenir-Labelle Jean Coupal, who was elected with the victorious Mouvement Lavallois in the 2013 municipal election, has decided to leave the governing party. Coupal joins the ranks...

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