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In a greater metropolitan area where a four and a half room apartment can easily cost over $1000 per month, recent news about a historically low vacancy rate is beginning to worry thousands of local seniors who are left to wonder how and where they’re going to live for the rest of their lives.

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The Commission scolaire de Laval continues to grow and a new international school in Chomedey is part of that expansion. ÉCOLE PRIMAIRE INTERNATIONALE DE CHOMEDEY will open on the grounds adjacent to École Saint Martin and welcome new students for the 2020-2021 school year.

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Laval city council passed two by-laws last week that will improve the supply of electric charging stations in the city. Chief among them are requirements to provide electrical installations to accommodate charging stations in new multi-unit buildings. All new residential construction featuri…

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Laval’s French public school leadership returned to city council last week asking for support maintaining elected boards in the face of the Quebec government’s education reform.

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Four dancers tell a tale on courage, failure, destiny and tolerance in oZe, a new dance production for youth showing this weekend at Maison des arts.

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Before the Christmas break, longtime Laval resident and ever so charismatic broadcaster Frank Cavallaro announced that he would be stepping away from his full-time gig as weather forecaster for CBC Television News and Radio. He has been replaced by Catherine Verdon-Diamond (CVD), late of Bre…

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Laval Police are cautioning merchants that a group of fraudsters is soliciting payments for ads on the telephone. The scammers are asking for payment for ads in the upcoming magazine of the Quebec Firefighters Association (APQ). The criminals contact a merchant by phone, claiming to renew an…

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Two Laval libraries are offering unique and fun activities (in French) Saturday night.

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The Honourable Senator E. Leo Kolber, a prominent businessman, philanthropist, politician and leading member of the Montreal Jewish community, died last Thursday after a battle with Alzheimer’s Disease, just a few days before what would have been his 91st birthday.

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You’ve probably seen them and wondered about it many times; those blue hydrants, ubiquitous in Montreal, less so but still present in Laval.

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If you haven’t disposed of your Christmas tree yet, no worries, the city has you covered.

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Do you have the stones for it?

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During last Thursday’s evening vigil, hundreds of people gathered in front of Concordia’s GM building to honour the memory of their friends and colleagues who were killed when Iran’s Revolutionary Guards fired the missile that destroyed Ukrainian Airlines flight PS752 that was supposed to ta…

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During my recent visit to the Montreal Canadiens press box, I got to meet longtime Laval resident Danny Cattelan who works as a National Hockey League official for home games at the Bell Centre as a statistician.

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An alliance of social welfare advocates in Quebec are asking Quebec’s Labour, Employment and Social solidarity Minister Jean Boulet to reform the rules that make it harder for welfare recipients to get by.

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The new year started out on a sombre note for 545 Provigo employees after their union confirmed reports that parent company Loblaws is shutting down its Laval distribution centre.

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Get dressed and get outside for Laval en blanc.

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As the micro-chipping of dogs and cats becomes mandatory in Laval this week, the city has announced a reduction in the price of permits to reduce the burden for animal keepers. As of December 24, the price of dog licenses drops from $27 to $20, and from $15 to $10 for cats, including a tag. …