LaSalle’s English website due online next week

By Tracey Arial

LaSalle will launch a website that fully mirrors the official French borough site for English-speaking residents next week.

“We had to build it the same way we built the French site, said Pierre Dupuis, the bor- ough’s clerk and director of communications. We’ve translated everything and now we’re double- and triple-checking the content. I have asked that we have it online in time for the back-to-school, back-to-work season.”

Dupuis says that the borough would have liked to release both new sites at the same time, but it just wasn’t possible with the small team of employees who work in the borough.

When it goes live, LaSalle will join Lachine, Notre Dame de Grâce, St. Laurent and St. Leonard boroughs, all of whom offer English mirrors of French websites.

Verdun also plans to mirror their French website in English, but a timeframe for its live implementation hasn’t been set yet.

Several entities on the Island of Montreal have the legal right to distribute everything bilingually.

They include: the borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro, the village of Senneville and the cities of Baie D’Urfé, Beaconsfield, Côte St. Luc, Dollard Des Ormeaux, Dorval, Hampstead, Kirkland, Dorval Island, Milles Îles, Montréal West, Pincourt, Pointe Claire, Mount Royal and Westmount.

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