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Sep 18, 2014 | Add Comment | London Community News

Having a cat is a lifetime commitment

OK, so I did not read your letter printed in the Aug. 21 issue, but I have read the responses in...

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Rapid transit musings

Rapid Transit in London? Maybe along Queens and King, but not north/south. As soon as a train rumbles through the city, its...

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Columns | Sep 18, 2014
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Differing visions on direction for downtown

If you’ve ever looked at pictures of downtown London from a century ago, you can’t help being impressed by how busy and urban...

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Editorial | Sep 18, 2014

Battling childhood obesity

London is one of 45 communities across the province involved in a provincially driven program designed to stem the growing...

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Sports | Sep 16, 2014
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Ducking out on the big decisions

At two o’clock Friday afternoon, London’s city council becomes a lame duck.

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Letters | Sep 05, 2014
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Fanshawe College expansion

I have been a resident of London for the past 25 years and I have always worked and invested in downtown. I, like many others...

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Letters | Sep 05, 2014
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Cat debate continues

I agree with most of the comments (Viewpoint Aug. 28). I was certainly not aware of the decimation of cats which could have...

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Letters | Sep 05, 2014
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What’s better for the economy

Good for Al Gretzky for clarifying for readers, the Alberta oil situation and exposing the fear mongering and the...

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Sep 18, 2014

Having a cat is a lifetime commitment

OK, so I did not read your letter printed in the Aug. 21 issue, but I have read the responses in this week’s ‘Viewpoint’ so I can put two and two together.

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