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Important message concerning the newspaper distribution

After 30 years, THE LAVAL NEWS is ending its door-to-door distribution. The February 21st, 2024 edition of THE LAVAL NEWS will be the last issue...

SQ arrests Laval couple for alleged weapons and drugs trafficking

A nearly three-year investigation by the Sûreté du Québec into a Laval couple's alleged involvement in drug and weapons trafficking culminated recently when the provincial police force arrested the pair. Officers with the...

Moderna to make Covid vaccines in Laval starting next year

A new Covid vaccine manufacturing plant that has just been completed in Laval's Cité de la Biotech will be up and running by the fall next year, according to the company operating...

CAQ turns a deaf ear to local REM noise complaints, says Dufour

Petition tabled in National Assembly by Mille-Îles PLQ MNA rejected A petition tabled recently by Mille-Îles Liberal MNA Virginie Dufour in the Quebec National Assembly, signed by 243 people who are demanding noise-abatement...

Saint-Bruno beats the winter blues at ‘Lausanne en Hiver’

Snowshoes, camping and hot chocolate rule at Lausanne Park Several hundred residents of the City of Laval’s Saint-Bruno district enjoyed some respite from the cold weather at Lausanne Park last Sunday when local...

Chomedey MNA urges Legault gov’t to help improve snowmaking on Quebec’s ski hills

PLQ tourism critic notes two ski-related fatalities in the Laurentians in January Chomedey Liberal MNA Sona Lakhoyan Olivier is asking the CAQ government to pay more attention to snow quality at the province’s...

Laval’s mayor and police chief agree: a national strategy is needed to deal with car theft frenzy

Comments follow a major car theft conference in Ottawa Laval mayor Stéphane Boyer as well as LPD police chief Pierre Brochet had this to say last week after taking part in a major...

Ex-Chomedey MNA Tom Mulcair denounces François Legault’s ‘mean spiritedness’

‘Unlike anything I’ve seen in Canada since Duplessis,’ he says of Premier’s treatment of minorities “Values – fundamental values – cannot be withstanded away.” With those words – echoing perhaps another politician’s assertion in...

Important message concerning the newspaper distribution

After 30 years, THE LAVAL NEWS is ending its door-to-door distribution. The February 21st, 2024 edition of THE LAVAL NEWS will be the last issue delivered door to door by PUBLIC SAC. Since...

Convicted killer and father found dead in Laval-des-Rapides apartment

A Laval Police Dept. spokesperson confirmed last week that two deaths reported at a Laval-des-Rapides apartment were a homicide followed by a suicide and that the victims were a father and...

Brazen car thieves drive off Curé Labelle dealership’s lot with open hood

The federal government's pledge to crack down on an organized wave of car thefts that is currently sweeping the country contrasted last week with a glaring example recorded by security cameras at...

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Laval reaps $44 million windfall from Quebec for future central library

City still has to come up with the balance for the $180 million project The City of Laval was gifted on Friday last week with a windfall of funding for its $180 million...

Laval News Volume 32-03

The current issue of the Laval News, volume 32-03, published on February 7th, 2024.Covering Laval local news, politics, and sports.(Click on the image to read the paper.)

A look back at 2023: Part 2

Although it may sound like somewhat of a cliché, ‘Out of the frying pan and into the fire’ might be the expression that best describes the overall mood last year. After nearly three...

Tamil community celebrates Heritage Month

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City takes another step implementing dynamic parking signage

Laval city council took an additional step recently towards expanding the use of “dynamic” signage along streets to better inform motorists and residents of parking restrictions whenever there is a need for...

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Newsfirst political columnist Robert Vairo ponders the question We have been told to do an electrification make over, enticed with tax payer incentives. For example, the government wants to see an overhaul of our...

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