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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
News | Oct 29, 2014
FIRSTONTARIO

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
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
Local | Sep 19, 2014
MILLARD-SMICH

Bosma murder trial expected for fall, 2015

Dellen Millard’s lawyer is not on the record; Deepak Paradkar must once again be officially retained for Superior Court case

Hamilton Spectator | by Susan Clairmont
Columns | Sep 18, 2014
Phil McLeod

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...

London Community News
Sep 11, 2014

Ducking out on the big decisions

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

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Sep 05, 2014

Make the winning mac-and-cheese from the Grate Canadian Cheese Cook-Off

Canadians never tire of macaroni and cheese. Here's the winning version from the Grate Canadian Cheese Cook-Off at the CNE

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Jennifer Bain
Sep 04, 2014

Mahoney: Ancient history a casualty in Iraq, says Hamilton researcher

Colin Clarke loves the “literature of the stone.”

Hamilton Spectator | Add Comment | by Jeff Mahoney
Sep 04, 2014

A quick recap of the contenders

Well hello there, and welcome back. We hope your summer – if that’s what it’s been – has been enjoyable. But now it’s time to...

London Community News | Add Comment
Sep 02, 2014

Argos suffer defeat and stadium envy in Hamilton: Arthur

Clock ticking for Argonauts with Tim Leiweke leaving and possible six-month window to find new home

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Bruce Arthur
Sep 02, 2014

Life After Beth, a zombie romance: review

Life After Beth puts a new spin on zombie mythology, starring Aubrey Plaza as a girl who comes back from the dead, to the...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Linda Barnard
Aug 30, 2014

Swearnet: The Movie: We swear Trailer Park Boys used to be funnier: Review

The Trailer Park Boys play themselves in Swearnet, but the classic Canuck comedy trio seems to have left their mojo back in...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Linda Barnard
Aug 30, 2014

The Big Interview: Richard Dreyfuss

The star of iconic sci-fi favourites Jaws and Close Encounters of the Third Kind will talk shop in a celebrity Q&A at...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Richard Ouzounian
Aug 28, 2014

Looking ahead, London’s transit future

Are there streetcars or light rail trains or even subways in London’s future?

London Community News | 1 Comment | by Phil McLeod
Aug 26, 2014

Conservatives ready with big hugs for Tim Hortons: Tim Harper

The governing Tories have helped build the Tim Hortons brand. Now they can hug the iconic chain for highlighting its...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Tim Harper

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