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Opinion | Jan 21, 2015

Watershed year for London

Since the depth of the recession in 2008, London’s job growth in nearly every sub-sector was below regional, provincial and...

London Community News | by Amir Farahi
Opinion | Jan 21, 2015

City of London book could be budgetary bestseller

It will never be a national best seller, but this year’s Budget 2015 book prepared by the City of London’s finance department...

London Community News | by Phil McLeod
Opinion | Jan 21, 2015

Keep those food trucks rollin'

It’s clear by now to anyone who reads a newspaper, listens to talk radio and who lives anywhere located in or near the Forest...

London Community News
Opinion | Jan 15, 2015

Numbers adding up for London police union

Do taxpayers want happy cops or more cops?

London Community News | by Scott Taylor
Opinion | Jan 15, 2015

Pitching Pillar back into budget game

Remember that old joke about the reading of the will? “To my grandson who I promised to remember, hi there Johnny.” Michelle...

London Community News | by Phil McLeod
Editorial | Jan 08, 2015

Let justice deal with Bill Cosby

Anyone not living in a cave will well know of the multiple allegations of sexual assault against the once beloved star of The...

London Community News
Opinion | Jan 08, 2015

Green bin train may have left London station

During the recent civic election campaign, a number of the successful candidates – including Mayor Matt Brown – promised to...

London Community News | by Phil McLeod
Opinion | Dec 31, 2014

New Year brings with it new hope

It’s a new year and a new start for many people who want to shed weight, exercise more, quit smoking and slow down to smell...

London Community News | by Scott Taylor
Nov 27, 2014

Baechler set to hang up her political hat

Her worship Joni Baechler, the 71st mayor of the City of London, steps down from office on Sunday after 158 days in the job. It will be a bittersweet moment. Appointed by city council after Joe Fontana resigned in disgrace, Mayor Baechler will hand...

Columns
Sep 24, 2014

Enlightenment at odds with nature

I for one read Matt Brown’s election platform to become the next mayor of London. Improving London’s public transit without sufficient infrastructure, traffic lights on too many intersections – Dream on.

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