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Columns | Feb 26, 2015

Via Rail defendant shrugs off secular law: DiManno

Two men accused of terrorist plot to derail passenger train decline to call witnesses or present any evidence

OurWindsor.Ca | by Rosie DiManno
Opinion | Feb 26, 2015

London budget set to pass, but future still foggy

Sometime later today, your new city council will make the most important decision so far in its short time in office –...

London Community News | by Phil McLeod
Commentary | Feb 24, 2015

Getting a grip on risks of vaccination

Like all medical therapies, vaccination has both its benefits and its relative risks, and an informed patient or parent needs...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Brian W. Rotenberg
Opinion | Feb 19, 2015

Incubation crucial business lifeline

In today’s rapidly changing global economy, innovation has become an increasingly important factor for economic success....

London Community News | by Amir Farahi
Opinion | Feb 19, 2015

Cassidy keeping calm and carrying on

Maureen Cassidy has three of the toughest jobs on this new city council.

London Community News | by Phil McLeod
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
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 | Add Comment | by Phil McLeod
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 | Add Comment | by Phil McLeod
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 | Add Comment | by Phil McLeod
Dec 31, 2014

Crucial question of municipal funding worth examining

As our new city council becomes immersed in the 2015 budget debate, it is worth a moment to step back and look at the larger...

London Community News | Add Comment | by Gord Hume
Dec 31, 2014

He said, she said and the voters voted

The year 2014 was one of comings and goings at City Hall, some planned, others directed. And, as always, there was a lot said...

London Community News | Add Comment | by Phil McLeod
Dec 31, 2014

Arts can be economic spur

It’s time we recognize arts and culture as an essential government service that is a vital component in the fabric of our...

London Community News | Add Comment | by Amir Farahi
Dec 10, 2014

Reasons we must merge the school boards in London

Ontario needs to have a serious conversation about the ethical, discriminatory and financial problems with the separated...

London Community News | Add Comment | by Amir Farahi
Dec 10, 2014

The most important order of government

A new generation of leadership is emerging in Ontario municipalities

London Community News | Add Comment | by Gord Hume
Dec 10, 2014

Time to pay for years of free lunches

Phil McLeod says it's time to pay the piper for years of free lunches

London Community News | Add Comment | by Phil McLeod
Nov 27, 2014

Time to open up about mental health

It’s crazy how much mental illness costs society. If the previous sentence sounds somewhat flippant, then it did its job...

London Community News | Add Comment | by Scott Taylor

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