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Phil McLeod
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Sep 25, 2014 | Add Comment | London Community News

Candidates missing the London Plan bus?

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

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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
Sports | Sep 16, 2014
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Column: Without Scotland, not so great Britain

Column: Without Scottish athletes, Great Britain won't live up to that name

Columns | Sep 11, 2014
Phil McLeod

Ducking out on the big decisions

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

London Community News
Columns | Sep 05, 2014
Make the winning mac-and-cheese from the Grate Canadian Cheese Cook-Off

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 | by Jennifer Bain
Local | Sep 04, 2014
COLIN CLARKE

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

Colin Clarke loves the “literature of the stone.”

Hamilton Spectator | 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...

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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
Aug 21, 2014

What an ALS family really thinks about the Ice Bucket Challenge

What is it like to walk a mile in ALS shoes?

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Bo Stern
Aug 20, 2014

Dollars and sense approach to housing?

We hear a lot in this town about our failures – dams that break, reservoirs that leak, mayors who let us down, downtown...

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Aug 14, 2014

Positive jobs report isn’t all great news

There were cheers across the city – and quite rightly – at the news 2,200 jobs were created in the London area last month,...

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