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Saturday, October 24, 2020

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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Vimy Liberal MP Eva Nassif opens new offices

   Martin C. Barry The first “open house” to be held by Vimy Liberal MP Eva Nassif since she and her staff moved into new offices on Le Corbusier Blvd. nearly a month ago drew an overflow crowd of constituents, friends and well-wishers on Feb. 20. Dignitaries show support Among the more than 100 people who came and went during the morning hour...

Infrastructure money on the way, says Marc-Aurèle-Fortin MP

  Martin C. Barry Some of the tens of billions of dollars in infrastructure investment money promised by Justin Trudeau during last year’s election campaign could soon start flowing into Laval and other parts of the country, according to Marc-Aurèle-Fortin Liberal MP Yves Robillard. Pleased with turnout In preparation for the federal budget expected in March, Robillard held a consultation meeting on Feb....

Jewish Rehab visited by students

On February 10, 2016 a group of North Star Academy Laval students spent the day at the Jewish Rehabilitation Center in Laval. The day was filled with a tour of the facility, presentations from the various departments and a much anticipated introduction to case-studies. Our students benefited from the knowledge shared by the various professionals and enjoyed observing and...

City seeks candidacies for ‘Hosia’ awards

(TLN) The City of Laval in conjunction with the Caisses Desjardins de Laval is inviting non-profit groups recognized by the city to submit the names of worthy volunteers to be candidates for the 32nd annual Hosia volunteer recognition awards evening taking place on May 3. The deadline is March 4. The awards ceremony is taking place at the André-Mathieu concert...

Laval PD News

Pedestrian Shot Twice Feb 9 – Laval police are investigating a mysterious shooting in Chomedey that left one woman with two bullets in her leg. The incident happened just before 1 p.m. on Tuesday. Police say she was walking along Boul. Curé-Labelle near Boul. Notre-Dame in Chomedey when she was hit by the two bullets. Few details about the victim...

Former Laval mayor Claude Ulysse Lefebvre dies

(TLN) In the name of citizens, municipal councillors and employees of the city, Laval Mayor Marc Demers offered his condolences earlier this week to the family of Claude Ulysse Lefebvre, Laval’s third mayor (1981 – 1989) who has died. Consulted citizens “Mr. Lefebvre passed away peacefully surrounded by loved ones after a well-lived life during, a large part of which was...

Boulevard of broken dreams

Martin C. Barry Outrage. That’s the only word that comes close to describing one Laval business owner’s feelings of frustration after 17 years of fighting with the City of Laval over a chronic but as yet unresolved flooding and sewer backup problem on Notre Dame Boulevard in Chomedey. Monster on the loose “We’re fighting a monster called Ville de Laval,” Jane Moraitis,...

$1 million for children’s breakfasts from President’s Choice

President’s Choice Children’s Charity
Martin C. Barry President’s Choice Children’s Charity announced during an event on Jan. 22 at École primaire du Bois Joli in eastern Laval that it is making a donation of $1 million to the non-profit ‘Breakfast for Learning’ organization in order to support 29,371 children in Quebec. According to President’s Choice, the money will be invested in developing, implementing and supporting healthy eating programs...

Laval to set up animal services centre by 2018

 (TLN) As a result of recent interest stirred up by media reports regarding the City of Laval’s plans to set up a centralized animal protection office, officials with the city have decided to set the record straight. The city says its main goal is to equip itself with a comprehensive animal services centre by 2018. For that purpose $15.3 million...

City council gets rowdy over ethics and Khalil

(TLN) Laval city council’s monthly meeting on Feb. 2 became a “tennis match” between the mayor and members of the opposition. The reason was persistent demands by opposition members that Sainte-Dorothée city councillor Ray Khalil resign after newspapers and television newscasts reported that back in June 2013 police found contraband tobacco and firearms at the residence of his father, George...


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