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9 things you really need to throw out for spring cleaning

9 things you really need to throw out for spring cleaning

      1. The Christmas decorations. I'm sure you don't still have your tree up (...right?) but if there's...

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Supporting Camp Dawn

An upcoming wine tasting fundrasier on Thursday, March 26, at the London Club, will support Camp Dawn, which offers a much-needed resource for those living with the effects of an acquired brain injury.

Fine wine, Camp Dawn and all that jazz

Some fine wine and good food, along with a little mellow jazz, is how many people like to relax after work — at least that’s what organizers...

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Kitchen fire concerns

London Fire Department is expressing concern around a rash of household kitchen fires that have occurred since late January.

Rash of cooking fires in London since late January

Despite stepped-up educational efforts and programs aimed at eliminating cooking related fires, February’s rash of seven is cause for alarm.

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Fontana awarded a Teddy

Former London mayor Joe Fontana has been given a Teddy award from the Canadian Taxpayers Federation. The award marks what they see as government’s worst waste offenders.

Former London mayor Fontana cited for dubious award

Former London mayor Joe Fontana has been awarded a Teddy, a pig-shaped award given annually by the Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) for...

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Shania Twain coming to London

Shania Twain to play London's Budweiser Gardens

Shania Twain to play London's Budweiser Gardens

Canadian country music superstar Shania Twain is coming to London. Just a day after Twain the release of her live CD Shania Twain Still the...

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Community mailbox questions

Canada Post plans to install 41,000 of these community mailboxes across London in 2015 alone. The city's Civic Works Committee is calling for Canada Post to conduct greater public engagement around the idea.

London committee stands up to Canada Post

Their 90 minutes of work may not ultimately accomplish much, but one city committee is sending a message to Canada Post that it doesn’t...

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London man charged with second-degree murder

London man charged with second-degree murder

A 30-year-old London man has been charged with second-degree murder in the beating death of 29-year-old James Cameron Willits March 2.

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Moving on expenses

Ward 7 Coun. Josh Morgan is moving a suggestion at the Corporate Services Committee that would tighten up the rules surrounding use of councillor expense accounts.

Morgan hoping to stop future expense controversies

When media reports circulated last week around perceived exploitations of the council expense rules, Ward 7 Coun. Josh Morgan said he was as...

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Police probe spate of pedestrian deaths

Police investigating after several pedestrian deaths, injuries in Toronto area

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Terror trial closing arguments continue

Defence's closing submissions continue at Via Rail terror trial in Toronto

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B.C. First Nation sues over development

B.C. First Nation starts case that could have far-reaching impact on development

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US Senate fails to override Obama on Keystone

US Senate fails to override Obama's veto of bill approving Keystone pipeline

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Rob Ford tie goes for $16,100 on eBay

Tie that appears to be one Rob Ford wore at crack smoking apology goes for $16k

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