A question at the June 7 Hampstead council meeting about beautification plans for an area of the town sparked long-simmering anger directed by Mayor William Steinberg at Councillor Jack Edery. Read more

The province’s permanent anti-corruption unit — UPAC — last week issued a formal apology to Chomedey Independent MNA Guy Ouellette for his unjust arrest four years ago. Ouellette was detained and questioned by a UPAC squad in October of 2017 in connection with an ongoing investigation into m… Read more

A vigil in solidarity with the Muslim community, one of two in Montreal last week, took place at Place des Arts June 9 following the murder three days before of members of a Muslim family in London, Ontario who were run over by a man driving a pickup truck. Read more

Several hundred people gathered through the day in Pierrefonds-Roxboro at Pierrefonds Community High School on Saturday for the 'West Island United' rally organized by Ouverture with the Arts and Youth Stars Foundation. Read more

A question at the June 7 Hampstead council meeting about beautification plans for an area of the town sparked long-simmering anger directed by Mayor William Steinberg at Councillor Jack Edery. Read more

The province’s permanent anti-corruption unit — UPAC — last week issued a formal apology to Chomedey Independent MNA Guy Ouellette for his unjust arrest four years ago. Ouellette was detained and questioned by a UPAC squad in October of 2017 in connection with an ongoing investigation into m… Read more

Several hundred people gathered through the day in Pierrefonds-Roxboro at Pierrefonds Community High School on Saturday for the 'West Island United' rally organized by Ouverture with the Arts and Youth Stars Foundation. Read more

Urgences-Santé paramedics have had the mandate to strike since midnight on Monday, June 14. The union representing the ambulance technicians filed their intention with Quebec’s administrative labor tribunal (TAT) which gives them the right to an indefinite strike. Read more

Pointe ClaireCITY TO FIGHT TO MAINTAIN BILINGUAL STATUS: The city released a statement in light of Quebec’s proposed Bill 96, which would require cities with less than 50 percent English mother tongue residents to pass a motion to retain their bilingual status, and thus continue to provide s… Read more

The city has released its second Relance de Laval progress report, the latest installment dealing with culture and offering 13 recommendations to get Laval’s burgeoning cultural sector back on track. Read more

The province’s permanent anti-corruption unit — UPAC — last week issued a formal apology to Chomedey Independent MNA Guy Ouellette for his unjust arrest four years ago. Ouellette was detained and questioned by a UPAC squad in October of 2017 in connection with an ongoing investigation into m… Read more

The Société de transport de Laval has reached an important milestone with the selection of STGM and SidLee Architecture to draw up expansion plans for its facilities at 2250 avenue Françis-Hughes. Read more

Laval’s innovative and comfortable summer rest stops are back, and doubled, the eight summer spots to be gradually deployed throughout the island over the next few weeks. Read more