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Car exiting Tim Horton’s seriously injures 60-year-old pedestrian

The Laval Police say a 60-year-old pedestrian walking outside a Tim Horton's coffee and donut outlet near...
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City of Laval announces property tax freeze in 2021

City wanted to know it still had its AA credit rating before acting, says Demers Laval mayor Marc Demers announced on Wednesday afternoon that the city will be freezing taxes in the 2021 budget for residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural property owners. The move comes...

Car exiting Tim Horton’s seriously injures 60-year-old pedestrian

The Laval Police say a 60-year-old pedestrian walking outside a Tim Horton's coffee and donut outlet near the corner of Curé Labelle and Cléroux boulevards during the early afternoon Friday was struck and seriously injured by a car on its way out of the parking area. Despite what...

Cartier Arena to serve as treatment centre for COVID-19 patients

With the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic now acknowledged by public health officials, the City of Laval will be turning the Cartier Arena in Pont-Viau into a secondary site for the treatment of patients. Around 50 beds are being set up at the arena for COVID patients who...

LPD Blue – Crime news from Laval

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Theft: Laval police request citizens toidentify dangerous suspects The Service de police de Laval (SPL) is requesting the public to cooperate in identifyingsuspects who have committed a robbery, ina school parking lot in the Ste-Rose district,in Laval. Chronology of the event:On August 12, 2020, at around...

Laval pledges to cut greenhouse gas 33 per cent by 2035

City claims to be far ahead of other municipalities for GHG reduction The City of Laval has announced that it is pledging to reduce its output of greenhouse gases by 33 per cent by the year 2035. “I am especially proud to announce a series of ambitious measures that will...

Filmmakers score more awards with their latest – Night Shift

Ten-minute short stars Laval comedian/actor Massimo Cannistraro The filmmaking duo of David Magini and Joe Rossi, with support from Laval-raised comedian/actor Massimo Cannistraro and up-and-coming screenwriter Anthony Calabrese, have managed to produce another award-winning feature film short, adding to their growing list of accomplishments on the Canadian film scene. The...

Table régionale de concertation des aînés marked International Day of Older Persons

Most events had to be held ‘virtually,’ because of resurgence of COVID-19 Despite certain limitations caused by mandatory safety measures against the spread of COVID-19, the Table régionale de concertation des aînés managed to observe International Day of Older Persons on Oct. 1 all the same.

ALPA launches book/kit to assist caregivers of Alzheimer’s patients

‘A Helping Hand’ is the result of a collaborative effort by staff and volunteers Friends and supporters of the Association Lavalloise des Personnes Aidantes (ALPA) got together “virtually” through a Zoom videoconference on Oct. 8 to launch an exciting new information guide and kit, offering an exhaustive range of useful knowledge to persons...

Despite mounting lawsuits, no immediate changes foreseen at UPAC

Ex-Premier Charest and Chomedey MNA are suing over corruption watchdog’s practices Despite a lawsuit filed by former Quebec Premier Jean Charest against UPAC, as well as a recently-published book by Chomedey MNA Guy Ouellette alleging abuse and incompetence at the investigative agency, a Quebec committee overseeing UPAC appears to be taking a business-as-usual...

Laval City-Watch

Agreement between Laval and Hydro Quebec The City of Laval has announced that it has reached a 20-year agreement with Hydro Quebec that will see the provincial electricity provider furnish recharging stations for electric vehicles across Laval’s territory. According to a statement from the city, Hydro Quebec will be deploying rechargers...

City hall won’t deal with problems flagged by auditor, says Action Laval

Municipal party says official opposition is supporting administration Action Laval, the number two opposition party at Laval city hall, says Mayor Marc Demers, together with the official opposition, are refusing to address shortcomings raised in the Laval auditor-general’s report tabled in June 2019. Contracts dispute


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