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Are you a victim or volunteer in the flood of 2019? Feeling anxious? Help...

Meet Ivan Rubio and Robert Wise. These two active community members have stepped up to help victims as well as volunteers and city workers in the Montreal area. With...

Talk about it!

Have you signed your donor card? The city of Laval is partnering with Transplant Québec for national Organ and Tissue Donation week and is raising the green ribbon at...
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Meet Ben the therapy dog who is stealing hearts of flood victims

His mom/vet Dr. KJ Goldenberg and Ben from Pierrefonds Animal Hospital are making people happy in this stressful time in Montreal. Ben and Dr. Goldenberg have been visiting flood zones...

What to do in case o​f a flood?

It is not too late if your property has not yet been affected, but in any situation, take heed of the advice below and call 311 for more information. Call...

Flood update in Laval

Planned closure of the temporary bridge of Île Bigras The temporary bridge on Île Bigras is still under high surveillance due to anticipated increases in the water levels over the...

Train station parking update

Despite the state of emergency declared last week in Laval, commuter train services are maintained. However, due to the current flooding situation, many parking spaces at the Île-Bigras and...

Flood update

The city of Laval continues to concentrate its efforts in the most impacted areas and calls on all citizens affected by the floods to inform the 311 call centre...
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Army at work in five zones. Minister Guilbault cautions those in flood zone to...

Public Safety Minister Geneviève Guilbault indicated in a press conference on Saturday, April 20, that MNA François Bonnardel will be offering technical support to municipalities, even the smallest, to...
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Canadian Army on alert. Stores to be open on Easter Sunday for...

With 50 to 80 cm of rain expected this weekend, The Department of Public Safety asked the Canadian army for assistance this weekend in Montreal the surrounding areas. "The risk...

Laval Mayor declares a state of emergency

Laval Mayor Marc Demers has declared a state of emergency on the territory of Laval as a result of the impending floods for all sectors located in flood zone...

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