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Laval Judicial District is named for Francois de Montmorecy-Laval, who was the first Roman Catholic Bishop in Quebec and who obtained control of the segneury in the area.


District:  Laval Judicial District

District Seat: 



Palais de Justice – Laval


Location:  2800 Boulevard Saint Martin Ouest / Avenue Pierre Peladeau

Built:  1990 – 1992

Style:  Modern

Architect:  Belleli, Harvey, Desmarais, Tornay, Cousineau, Yadhijand and Associates

Contractor:  MLC Associates Inc and Marcel Laurin.


Description:  The building faces west and is a five story glass and concrete structure. The building is located on landscaped grounds and has projecting sections. On the west side a covered walkway run across to the second story entrance. Above the entrance is a large area of glass rising to the roof line. The glass panel windows are vertical. The roof line is flat. 


Note:  The cost of construction was $20,000,000.



N – Terrebonne District and Joliette District

E – Montreal District

S – Terrebonne District

W – Terrebonne District




















Photos taken 2016