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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Mouhteros responds to tree planting for ex-SWLSB chairman Bletas

Mr. Galati, you’re entitled to your opinion but not to your own facts I’m upset about statements made to The Laval News by Paolo Galati, Chairman, Council of Commissioners, Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board (SWLSB). Imagine if the elections were happening and this man who suffers from Mythomania exploited this...

Columnist Robert Vairo’s ‘That’s What I’m Thinking’

Mr Trudeau, there is an alternative to more taxation! I'm afraid the news is not good. It's bad enough already that we are forced indoors with no social gatherings, police vans roaming the mountain with loudspeakers booming alert notices, and 'tele-warrants' allowing police forced home entry. Some seniors...

De Cotis motion calls on Demers to reject $50 REM surtax

Laval residents short-changed with new high-speed train, Saint-Bruno councillor claims A motion by Saint-Bruno city councillor David De Cotis that will be debated at the November city council meeting calls upon Mayor Marc Demers to “defend the interests of the citizens of Laval” by opposing a proposed $50 provincial surtax for the REM...

Laval News Volume 28-20

Front page of the Laval News.
The current issue of the Laval News volume 28-20 published October 21st, 2020.Covering Laval local news, politics, sports and our new section Mature Life.(Click on the image to read the paper.) Front page of the Laval News, October 21st, 2020 issue.

Pie IX Bridge to be closed overnight from Oct. 25 – 30

The Quebec Ministry of Transport says the Pie IX Bridge linking Montreal to Laval along Route 125 will be closed in both directions between 11 pm and 4 am from Sunday Oct. 25 to Friday Oct. 30 so that workers can fix lighting and repair sewer catch basins. According...

Fire forces evacuation at École secondaire Curé Antoine Labelle in Sainte-Rose

A fire that broke out Thursday in a computer room at École secondaire Curé Antoine Labelle in Laval's Sainte-Rose sector caused an estimated $80,000 in damage and generated smoke that caused one person to be transported to hospital for treatment. According to the Laval Fire Department, the school's 2,400...

Outbreak of Salmonella infections linked to peaches from the U.S. declared over

The Public Health Agency of Canada said on Thursday that an investigation it opened recently into an outbreak of salmonella infections linked to peaches imported from the United States has been closed. According to the PHAC, the investigation findings identified exposure to peaches from Prima Wawona from the United...

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...

Health Canada recalls hand sanitizers because of suspected risks

Health Canada is advising Canadians of a recall of some hand sanitizers because they may pose health risks. For more information, including what Canadians should do, visit the online safety alert. Health Canada says it maintains a list of hand sanitizers that may pose health risks, so that Canadians...

Cider brewery and its owners fined $1.65 million by Revenu Québec

Cidrerie Solar Inc., which produced a range of apple cider-based alcoholic beverages, was fined more than $1,042,093 by Revenu Québec for tax evasion last week, while an affiliated company was fined $294,750, and three company administrators were fined a total of $309,628. According to the provincial tax ministry, which...


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