Thursday, December 7, 2023

Last chance next weekend to take in Laval’s Marché de Noël

Enjoy the magic of Christmas from Dec. 8 - 10 at the Centre de la Nature If you’re hoping to get into the holiday spirit with Christmas less than three weeks away, there...

Shield of Athena celebrates 32 years of helping victims of family violence

$150,000 raised for Second Step Shelter in Laval through ‘Lilac Event’ For the last 32 years, when many women and children have been in crisis in the greater Montreal region, they turned to...

Laval wins the jury’s prize for the best water in Quebec and renews its 5 stars

On the occasion of the 2023 Programsof Excellence Day organized by RéseauEnvironnement, the City of Laval was rewardedtwice for the exceptional quality of its drinking water. From left to right: Martin Laneuville, CEO...

Canada positioned to dodge the recession bullet, says Soraya Martinez Ferrada

Federal minister for Quebec economic development optimistic about economy in 2024 The Trudeau government is downplaying the possibility of a recession taking hold of Canada’s economy in 2024, while maintaining that the signs...

Laval’s outside arena workers to stage a three-day strike Dec. 15 – 17

Outside workers employed in City of Laval arenas will be staging a three day strike from December 15-17. According to their union, the action "is a direct consequence of the unsettling work atmosphere...

Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board hires Russell Copeman as new director general

The Council of Commissioners  of the Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board (SWLSB) announced on Nov. 30 that it has appointed Russell Copeman as their new Director General effective January 15, 2024. Copeman’s nomination...

Laval Police dealing with sixth murder of 2023

Investigators with the Laval Police are dealing with the city's sixth homicide this year following the fatal stabbing of a woman at a home near the corner of rue Paradis and boulevard...

‘Illegal’ currency exchange operator from Laval charged by RCMP

The RCMP says it has filed charges against two individuals, one of whom is from Laval, who allegedly made illegal monetary transactions totaling more than $20 million. Said Aimeur, 55, of Laval, and Nesreddine Atoui, 58, of...

Arrest made after LPD officer hit by car during vehicle pursuit

A Laval Police Dept. officer suffered serious injuries but is expected to survive after being struck by a car on Autoroute 15 between Laval and Montreal while pursuing a suspect on foot. Around...

Laval Police confirm mailed white powder was harmless

The Laval Police Dept. says it has identified a white powder found in envelopes mailed to several Laval homes as a harmless substance, although they are still advising residents to remain on...



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Dignitaries pay their respects at Laval Cenotaph on Remembrance Day

One of Laval’s last WWII veterans, Henri Rousseau, gets public recognition Members of the Canadian Forces, including soldiers from the Royal 22nd Regiment’s Fourth Bataillon, as well as Air, Sea and Army Cadets...

Pink in the City’s Denise Vourtzoumis awarded National Assembly Medal

Pink in the City founder Denise Vourtzoumis was recently presented with the Quebec National Assembly Medal by Fabre MNA Alice Abou-Khalil. Denise started the non-profit Pink in the City with her family 17 years ago, and...

Average Laval property tax bill to be 4.8 per cent higher next year

According to budget, houses worth $440,742 to be billed $162 more in 2024 Although Laval mayor Stéphane Boyer announced the 2024 property tax rate recently while emphasizing that the hike is less than...

LPD publishes 15th annual Dog Calendar for Fondation Martin-Matte

Dog lovers - especially those with a fondness for German Shepherds - will be able to indulge their appreciation once again over the coming year as the Laval Police Dept. has released...

Liberal Government’s ‘Save the Environment’ Plan a Big Deception

The centerpiece of the Canadian government’s alleged fight against climate change has cracked. Canadians in all regions of our great country now realize that the carbon tax, ruthlessly imposed as a pollution...

Laval ombudsman apologizes for failure to serve residents adequately

Blais cites ‘obsolescence’ of her office’s online system for processing complaints The City of Laval’s ombudsman says she wants to apologize to some residents for not being able to follow up on their...

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