Sunday, July 5, 2020

Yet more hand sanitizer warnings from Health Canada

Health Canada has issued yet another advisory to Canadians regarding hand sanitizers that may pose health risks. The warning...
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Bill 86: Hearings on school board reform underway

Legislative hearings into a Quebec bill to end school board elections began Tuesday, with more than 50 groups and individuals signed up to present their positions. If passed, Bill 86 would abolish school board elections and councils of commissioners. Elected councils of school commissioners would be replaced by new school councils with 16 representatives, which are either elected or appointed. These councils would be composed of: six...

Laval’s new No. 2 fire hall will serve Chomedey

Martin C. Barry One of the largest fire halls in Canada by number of emergency calls handled officially opened on Souvenir Blvd. in Chomedey last week with a ribbon-cutting attended by Quebec Public Security Minister Francine Charbonneau as well as Mayor Marc Demers and several senior members of Laval city council. Replaces old station Fire chief Robert Séguin referred to Laval’s new...

New service links Montmorency Metro to downtown

Martin C. Barry In anticipation of the opening of Place Bell next year and a significant rise in activity that will probably be generated as a result in Laval’s central core, the city’s public transit authority has announced the launch of a new bus line connecting the Montmorency Metro station to the growing number of attractions and services to be...

Vaillancourt case could go to trial by March 2017

(TLN) Laval Mayor Marc Demers has enthusiastically greeted news that hearings in the trial of former mayor Gilles Vaillancourt could begin as early as March next year. “What we think now is that judge Marc David is making himself available so that the trial can begin as quickly as possible,” Demers said in a statement last week. “We note also that...

Where is our Snow Removal?

(TLN) Laval citizen Natale Polito -well known for his comments against the opposition “show me the money”- is gearing up to ask the city administration about the non-removal of snow on streets like Guenette in Chomedey. “It is very dangerous for all what is happening in our streets” he commented. “Snow removal crews push the snow towards our lots...

Laval woman charged with sex assault, possessing child porn

40-year-old Laval woman is going to trial (TLN) A 40-year-old Laval woman is going to trial in Montreal on charges of sexual assault on a child as well as distribution of child pornography based on evidence that she and a male companion enticed her three-year-old son to perform sexual acts which were recorded on video and uploaded on the Internet. The...


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