“In the current state regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19), the City of Dorval will be distributing masks, free of charge, to Dorval residents age 70 and over, as well as to those with a chronic disease or with a weak immune system,” said Sébastien Gauthier. Read more

The Canadian Celiac Association (CCA) and Promise Gluten Free partnered to donate a variety of gluten-free products to Food Banks Canada and Second Harvest. The gluten- free products will be distributed in twenty food banks and community-based agency locations Canada-wide.  Read more

Town of Mont Royal has reopened its dog runs. Closed since March as part of its pandemic prevention measures, TMR is restoring access to its dog runs with strict hygiene guidelines: maintaining a physical distance between visitors is necessary and wearing a face mask is recommended. Read more

“In the current state regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19), the City of Dorval will be distributing masks, free of charge, to Dorval residents age 70 and over, as well as to those with a chronic disease or with a weak immune system,” said Sébastien Gauthier. Read more

The Canadian Celiac Association (CCA) and Promise Gluten Free partnered to donate a variety of gluten-free products to Food Banks Canada and Second Harvest. The gluten- free products will be distributed in twenty food banks and community-based agency locations Canada-wide.  Read more

This past week, it was some of the Sainte Anne-de-Bellevue merchants and businesses who stepped forward to help feed staff at the Lakeshore General Hospital. Read more

While tennis courts in municipalities are opening back up to the public as part of the province’s gradual reopening of society, there are hygienic measures that need to be adhered to. Read more

The Société de transport de Laval (STL) is distributing face coverings to users this week, as part of a concerted operation involving all four Montreal metropolitan area public transit authorities. Read more

While the human toll has been immeasurable in Laval, where some 500 people have died as a result of COVID-19, The city is pegging the financial cost of the COVID-19 pandemic at $60.4 million. Read more

As the number of COVID infections passes 5200 and the death toll continues to climb beyond 530 citizens in Quebec’s third largest city, the city of Laval is distributing 250,000 masks to vulnerable residents, as it begins to reopen some municipal facilities. Read more