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Jail time expected for man netted in LPD underage sex sting

A man from Terrebonne north of Laval is expected to be sentenced at the Laval courthouse on Saint-Martin Blvd. on July 2 to a mandatory minimum six months in prison after a...

Is this an accident waiting to happen?

Tensions boil as school bus convoys roll on quiet street in l’Orée-des-Bois Parents and residents living in homes on a stretch of 39th Avenue near Jean-Bart Street in the Laval district of l’Orée-des-Bois...

STL selects partners to build new garage for expanding electric bus fleet

Transit agency plans to buy only 100 per cent electric buses beginning in 2025 The Société de transport de Laval’s ongoing electrification strategy is gaining momentum and passed a significant milestone last week. Following...

City doubles the number of outdoor summer rest stops

Eight relaxing rest stops will be open in various locations After a successful launch last year, the City of Laval has decided to maintain a small network of eight outdoor rest stops set...

Liberal government poised to launch ‘Canada Recovery Hiring Program’

New post-COVID economic rescue coming, say Laval’s four Liberal MPs Despite ongoing debate in Ottawa between government and opposition forces over legislation to launch the nation’s post-COVID-19 economic recovery hiring strategy, Vimy Liberal...

Father’s Day 2021:

The blessing and curse of the Pandemic Father’s Day means many things for different men, and can come with associated feelings of love, connection, and caring; and sometimes, grief, loss and regret. While Father’s...

The Second Shot…

Well, how do you feel, now that you have, or at least are scheduled for your second shot? The Québec bureaucratic machine worked seamlessly for the first jab, but is now in...

Laval is now in a yellow zone

As of this past Monday, all regions of Quebec have turned to either yellow or green zones with the loosening of many health restrictions. Laval as Montreal is in the yellow zone. “What...

Arrest ‘not justified,’ UPAC apologizes to Chomedey MNA Guy Ouellette

Former cop accused anti-corruption agency of using ‘entrapment’ and ‘intimidation’ The Unité permanente anticorruption (UPAC), Quebec’s anti-corruption police force known for its sometimes-dramatic tactics while carrying out its mandate, issued a formal apology...

SWLSB flags kept at half-mast for 215 hours in memory of Indigenous victims

Following the devastating discovery of 215 Indigenous children buried on the site of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia, the Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board (SWLSB) kept its flags...

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Curé Labelle/Notre Dame street repairs on track, say workers

Busy intersection now partly open, after being shut to traffic Despite what appeared last week to be a work slowdown on road, sidewalk and sewer reconstruction taking place at the corner of Notre...

Laval’s surface tram project recalls abandoned ‘elevated’ tram plan

City once flirted with the idea of a suspended tramway in downtown core A recent news report highlighting a long-term plan by the City of Laval to create a surface tramway along Saint-Martin...

Laval’s 2020-2022 Action Plan for Housing

City on track to delivering needed affordable and social housing The City of Laval says the first year of its 2020-2022 Action Plan for Housing yielded positive results, with a set goal of...

Optimism buoys Quebec’s 2021-2022 COVID-19 back-to-school strategy

But plan could change in August, depending on fluctuating infection rates Elementary and high school students in Laval, the North Shore and Montreal will be allowed to put aside face masks and attend...

City extends deadline for memos on new urban plan to June 28

The City of Laval says that the deadline for submitting memorandums during an ongoing public consultation on the city’s master urban plan has been extended by two weeks, until June 28. More time...

Demers responds to infrastructure complaints from Webb Ave. residents

Council served with notice of Laval region’s vanishing golf courses Nearly a dozen residents of Webb Ave. and other streets in western Chomedey questioned Mayor Marc Demers during Laval city council’s June 2...

Nearly $60,000 in drugs seized during ‘Project Duel’ raid in Laval

The Laval Police Department says a search warrant executed by LPD officers last week as part of an operation called Project Duel resulted in the seizure of firearms and other weapons, contraband...

Laval News Volume 29-17

The current issue of the Laval News volume 29-17 published June 9th, 2021.Covering Laval local news, politics, sports and our new section Mature Life.(Click on the image to read the paper.)

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