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 LAVAL

Laval is the largest suburb of Montreal , the third largest municipality in the province of Quebec, and the 14th largest city in Canada with a population of 368,709 in 2006. 2010 estimates put the population of the suburb at nearly 400,000.

Laval geographically is separated from the mainland to the north by the Rivière des Mille Îles, and from the Island of Montreal to the south by the Rivière des Prairies. Laval occupies all of Île Jésus as well as the Îles Laval.

 

Public transit

 

 Métro

Montmorency (Montreal Metro)

  • In April 2007, the Montreal Metro was extended to Laval with three stations. The long-awaited stations were begun in 2003 and completed in April 2007, two months ahead of the revised schedule, at a cost of $803 million, funded entirely by the Quebec government. The stations are Cartier, De La Concorde, and Montmorency. The arrival of the metro in Laval was long awaited as it was first promised in the 1960s.
  • Public transit users must purchase the $111 per month (2010) TRAM-3 card to access the metro from Laval's three new stations or pay $2.75 per trip towards Montreal since regular Montreal tickets and the CAM pass are not valid at the three new stations.

See the Société de transport de Laval page for the public transit system. The STL's network consists of 35 regular lines, two rush hour lines, two trainbus lines, three express lines, one community circuit and several taxi lines.

A Google Map of the subway system, including the three new Laval stations can be viewed at Montreal-Laval Subway Mashups

 

Laval, an island of numerous outdoor activities!

The Parc de la Rivière-des-Mille-Îles alone is well worth the detour! Laval is also a reference in recreational sciences,, with its Cosmodôme , Armand-Frappier Museum and C.I.eau (water interpretation centre).

 

In June, the Loto-Québec World Choral Festival features thousands of choirists. Laval is also a recreational tourist destination with attractions such as SkyVenture, which offers the free fall experience, and the new Maeva Surf, for flowboarding.

 

 All this plus great restaurants, ample quality accommodations at competitive prices and Laval's trendy shopping

 

 

 

 

City of Laval.

 

 

 

 

 

Local Attractions

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Posted by Isabel Smilovici on 2014-07-02
Laval is a Canadian city located in southwestern Quebec, north of Montreal. It forms its own administrative region of Quebec. It is the largest suburb of Montreal, the third largest municipality in the province of Quebec, and the thirteenth largest city in Canada with a population of 401,553 in 2011. Laval is geographically separated from the mainland to the north by the Rivière des Mille ... Read More...
Posted by Gabriela Jonas on 2014-06-19

Construction and Expansion

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More choices for your budget Plus de choix pour vos budgets Over the course of only the last 10 years, close to 35,000 new residents have established themselves in Laval. What is it that attracts so many people? There are obviously too many attractions in Laval to answer this question in a few words, but one fact remains: a great number of families have recently established themselves in Laval ... Read More...
Posted by Gabriela Jonas on 2014-07-11
Designed by Antonio Scarponi, an architect, these plans allow you to grow vegetables in your apartment, condo or even office. His designs can be found in his book, Eliooo. Detailed in the book are different small gardens, all made from a few parts that can be found at Ikea. Scarponi chose the company because it’s easily accessible from most large cities.   You ... Read More...
Posted by Desiree Ofter on 2014-07-04

Community Events

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If you are new to Canada and are interested in buying your first home, There is a guide, available in English, French, Mandarin, Tagalog, Urdu, Punjabi, Spanish and Arabic, that covers the important things you need to consider. Get information about financing, types of Canadian homes available, how to determine affordability, where and how to look, what to look for, how to make an offer to purchase, ... Read More...
Posted by Robert Clark on 2014-06-28
At some point, a client may contact you after purchasing a property to inform you that he or she has discovered a problem with the building that he did not know about previously. The sale of a property normally includes a warranty as to the quality of the building, unless specifically indicated otherwise, such as a sale without legal warranty at the buyer's risk and peril. However, a sale without legal ... Read More...
Posted by Robert Clark on 2014-02-11

Family & Kids

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DONNÉES SOCIODÉMOGRAPHIQUES Laval                         Source : Recensement 2011, Statistique Canada  Different Cultures... Arabs... today   Read More...
Posted by Gabriela Jonas on 2014-06-24
DONNÉES SOCIODÉMOGRAPHIQUES Laval                         Source : Recensement 2011, Statistique Canada  Different Cultures... Greeks... today   Read More...
Posted by Gabriela Jonas on 2014-06-23

Market Reports and Conditions

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Posted by Gabriela Jonas on 2014-07-11
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Posted by Gabriela Jonas on 2014-06-20

Schools & Universities

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MLS 9596172 Beautiful 3 1/2 Condo a must see!  Walk to Metro,  Atwater Market and Canal. Close to Universities. Why pay taxes?! Welcome. Read More...
Posted by Nina Paluch on 2013-03-23

Sports & Activities

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At the same time that the national hockey League lockout ends, which leaves us hope finally to a 2013 hockey season, the real estate season begins with the end of theChristmas holiday. Which mean it is starting tomorrow. It s now, you need to put on sale your property, this is the period where there are more buyers in the market. Many buyers start their research now to be able  to ... Read More...
Posted by Ludovic Furman on 2013-01-06
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