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Opinion | Nov 20, 2014

Council veteran says goodbye to London city hall

London’s current longest serving council member bids adieu next week.

London Community News | by Phil McLeod
Editorial | Nov 17, 2014
Former London mayor Joe Fontana

Fontana's second act: Innocent, though proven guilty

Former London mayor Joe Fontana remains defiant

London Community News | by Scott Taylor
News | Oct 29, 2014
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Clairmont: Nathan Cirillo ‘has become Canada’s hero’

The nation watches while here, in the stunning Christ’s Church Cathedral, those who knew the strapping young man as flesh and...

Hamilton Spectator | by Susan Clairmont
Editorial | Oct 08, 2014

The Spectator’s View: Canada is now an environmental laggard

Government inaction and negligence is leading down a dangerous path

Hamilton Spectator
Columns | Oct 06, 2014

D'Amato: Vigil for aboriginal women is filled with pain, and hope

This is a national shame.

Waterloo Region Record | by Luisa D'Amato
Columns | Sep 25, 2014
Phil McLeod

Candidates missing the London Plan bus?

In the 1930s, the city of Toronto had roughly the same population London does today, about 365,000 people.

London Community News
Letters | Sep 24, 2014
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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...

London Community News
Editorial | Sep 24, 2014

Police budget puts cops on the hot seat

In the rose-coloured 1990s, before the dot-com crash wiped out their fortunes, a lot of people were wildly rich – on paper,...

London Community News
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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