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Laval Mayor Marc Demers announced last week that he will be reducing his official duties to spend more time with his wife who is undergoing medical treatment.

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Fresh off the latest changes to most of its operations, the new lockdown and curfew restrictions imposed on Quebecers last week has necessitated changes in the already altered schedule of the city’s recreational facilities.

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Laval city workers are rolling up their sleeves to help residents roll up theirs.

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Laval’s health agency is continuing the vaccination of seniors in long-term care centres.

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If you didn’t think the school year could change anymore, Quebec Education Minister Jean-François Roberge announced changes and new measures on Friday for the return to class after Christmas holidays.

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If you are reading this on a tablet, phone or you are holding the paper in your hands right now, we thank you.

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When the government began shuttering classrooms and schools across Quebec last spring, entire communities scrambled to make sense of what that meant for kids and their school careers. A plethora of services were expected; some networks lagged in the digital shift, even a nominal one, some of…

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“They loved it, they absolutely loved it” says Pierre Archambault. “It” says the Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus (Vimont/Auteuil), was more than a container of homemade pasta sauce. Far more. “It was a visit” he told The Suburban. “This was right after the first lockdown when so many…

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The metropolitan transport regional authority (ARTM) has extended the sale of contact-free bus tickets for its participating transit corporations.

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Six dozen community organization are starting off 2021 with a boost in taxpayer cash thanks to a move by the city to give $2,737,636 in financial assistance to 72 Laval groups via 2 stimulus programs. An envelope of $ 1,810,952 is distributed among 50 sports, cultural leisure, neighborhood l…

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More good news from city hall. Laval is renewing two property tax credit programs to support the construction, revitalization, modernization and expansion of buildings, with one of them enhanced to include the city’s science and high-tech park.

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What’s open / closed takes on new meaning this holiday season, with the city adjusting its service according to the pandemic restrictions.

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It’s a rough time by any measure, more so for patients in hospital and care centres, the workers who treat and care for them, and of course, their families.