Earth Hour 2015

6 Reasons to Participate in Earth Hour 2015

6 Reasons to Participate in Earth Hour 2015

    On Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 8:30pm people in 162 countries around the world will be shutting their lights off for...

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Supporting community need

London Food Bank co-executive director Glen Pearson helped launch the 28th annual Spring Food Drive with a media event on March 26. The drive begins the following day with London residents encouraged to drop off non-perishable food items at their local grocery store or fire station.

Poverty, food insecurity takes hold in London

One year ago at the launch of the annual Spring Food Drive, Glen Pearson talked closing the front doors at the London Food Bank and finding...

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Police warn parents

London Police warn of possible child predator

London Police warn of possible child predator

A chilling incident has London Police urging parents to ensure their kids are following safe practices if they walk to and from school.

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Dream home

London's latest Dream Home is all about the details.

Warm and welcoming Dream Home changes it up

From copper canopy roofs to smooth glass doorknobs, what makes London’s latest Dream Lottery home truly special is all in the details.

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Walk of Inclusion

Cold, rainy weather didn't stop more than 600 people from taking part in the second annual Walk of Inclusion, March 25, from the Victoria Park band shell to City Hall.

Written off at birth, man leads London march

Jan Hajjar can remember every conversation she has had with people who have written off her son Robert, which made the tears in her eyes on...

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Helping entrepeneurs

The Community and Protective Services Committee is recommending a review of the city's licensing fees as a way to assist new and young entrepreneurs set up their own businesses.

City to look at fee review to support entrepreneurs

In some cases, it might be a couple hundred dollars, in others even less, but sometimes the licensing fees business owners need to pay can...

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Helping hands

John Eberhard, a member of the Rotary Club of London for 44 years, presents Fashawe Pioneer Village curator Shanna Dunlop with the club's banner to add to the exhibit, The Rotary Club of London: Celebrating 100 Years of Service.

Rotary Club of London celebrates 100 years of service

The year was 1915; Babe Ruth made his pitching debut with the Boston Red Sox, thousands of North Americans were battling overseas in World...

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Van Halen coming to London

Van Halen coming to Western Fair District

Van Halen coming to Western Fair District

One of rock's most electric, exciting — and dysfunctional — bands is coming to London.

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Used Book Sale

Fri Mar 27 | 12:00 PM

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Whoa Mama! Mom-to-Mom Sale

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