Doctors set to provide update on Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's health today
Cardinals RB Jonathan Dwyer arrested on assault charges in latest issue for...
'This Is Where I Leave You' hit home for Montreal director Shawn Levy
Column: Without Scottish athletes, Great Britain won't live up to that name
At two o’clock Friday afternoon, London’s city council becomes a lame duck.
Canada to send personal protective equipment to help West African Ebola...
Volunteers, including (from left) Harry Bhullar, Spencer Martin, Alexa MacKinnon and Deana Ruston, helped the YMCA of Western Ontario launched its youth initiative, YExperienceU, on Tuesday (Sept. 16).
Shane Koyczan never imagined he’d be in the position to pick and choose the things he wanted to throw his support behind and he certainly...
Council chops charge to climbing company
Matt Brown pulled off another successful compromise at city hall Tuesday (Sept. 16), relieving London’s only indoor climbing gym of almost...
Sue Jacobs, owner of Personal Style Image Consulting, will be one of eight speakers at the Power of the Purse conference, Sept. 25, at the Hilton Hotel.
Power of the Purse offers opportunities to hear from inspirational and influential women leaders. This one-day women’s conference celebrates...
An OPP cruiser at the London detachment off Exeter Road.
Someone stole the beer truck.
Joe Stinziano shows off a Walking Stick to four-year-old Sabrina.
Things got a little “buggy” at the Tourism London Information Centre on Wellington Road this past Saturday morning (Sept. 13).
London Knight Matt Rupert chases the puck ahead of an Ottawa Senator player during the NHL rookie tournament at Budweiser Gardens on Sunday (Sept. 14).
Matt Rupert walked into the middle of a media scrum Sunday (Sept. 14) after a game with Toronto Maple Leafs to a confused bunch of...
University of Western Ontario neuroscientists Adrian Owen and Lorina Naci are shown in a handout photo. The pair used a suspenseful Alfred Hitchock movie to record the conscious experiences of a patient who has been in a vegetative state for 16 years. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-University of Western Ontario
Hitchcock suspense movie helps detect awareness in patient in vegetative state
Police shut down streets around CitiPlaza downtown Monday afternoon (Sept. 15) to deal with a suspicious package call. Pictured, the police bomb robot approaches the suspect bags outside the central library branch.
A homeless man has been charged with a bomb hoax that locked down part of the core Monday afternoon (Sept. 15).
Canadian Press NewsAlert: Ottawa man pleads guilty to terror charge
Monte McNaughton joins race for leader of Ontario's Progressive Conservatives
U.S. growth could boost Ontario coffers by up to $5B: CIBC
Toronto police charge 2 men wanted in death of 60-year-old man
Toronto man facing 161 charges after breaking into 54 cars
Mulcair refuses to back 'non-combat' deployment of Canadian commandos in Iraq
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