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Saint-Laurent, March 2, 2016 - A snow clearing operation on sidewalks, residential streets and major arteries in Saint-Laurent has been under way since the morning of March 2.
Snow removal will begin at 6 p.m.
Snow removal will begin at 6 p.m. on priority thoroughfares, namely Côte-Vertu, Décarie and Marcel-Laurin, and in the morning of March 3 in the residential districts.
The Borough of Saint-Laurent urges its citizens to pay attention to the special signs accompanying the snow loading operations.
The Borough of Saint-Laurent uses an annual average of between 14 000 tons of salt and abrasives to de-ice its territory.