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The province’s Regional and Rural fund (FRR) is now taking applications for project funding and the city of Laval is inviting organizations and businesses to submit proposals.

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Almost four in 10 Laval high school students (38.4%) have experienced at least one form of psychological, physical or sexual violence in their romantic relationships, and a similar proportion (39.3%) have been victims of violence at school or on the way to school, or of cyberbullying.

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A report on the best way forward for a post-pandemic Laval has been completed, the first step in the mandate of Stéphane Boyer, who was tasked by outgoing Mayor Marc Demers to oversee the city’s recovery.

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Laval police made a major seizure as part of the third phase of its Operation Doute last month.

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The city is offering a subsidy of up to $1000 for homeowners to replace their oil heating system with one powered exclusively by electricity or renewable energy.

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Premier François Legault’s appointment of Environment Minister Benoit Charette as Minister Responsible for the Fight Against Racism was met with both fanfare and criticism; some seeing validation of the issue’s seriousness, and others seeing the opposite.

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Eric Girard’s 2021 budget got a thumbs up from the province’s third largest city, Laval Mayor Marc Demers citing the various initiatives announced for Laval to help stimulate the city’s development and growth post-pandemic.

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Laval is continuing to acquire agricultural land as part of its two-year-old consolidation strategy. Since 2018, 167 lots have been acquired by the city and more are to come.

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Laval will host a virtual summit on ethnocultural diversity and inclusion next month.

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Laval’s Health and Social Services Centre (CISSS) is now vaccinating residents aged 60 and over.

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Paola Cacopardo is one happy lady these days. The co-owner, along with Gilles Geoffrion, of the five Céramic Café locations in Quebec celebrated the formal reopening for sit-down customers last Friday. This included the spot on St. Martin Blvd., open since 2000.

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’ASSEZ C’EST ASSEZ!’...ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!’ was the theme of the packed press conference last Friday at the Sky Complex where Quebec restaurant association president Peter Sergakis, Quebec bar association president Renaud Lapointe and famed restaurateur Eric Luksenberg called on Premier Legaul…

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In its 23rd annual awards ceremony, the Canadian Taxpayers Federation named former Governor General Julie Payette as its big winner of a Teddy, a pig-shaped award given annually by the CTF to government’s worst waste offenders.

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The city is unrolling new measures to support restaurants this summer, beginning with allowing