Lightning power forward Marvin Phillips gets tangled up with Brampton A's Cavell Johnson in NBLC action at Budweiser Gardens on Jan. 25.

The London Lightning come up short in 119-116 loss to Brampton A’s

The Brampton A’s continue to roll their way through the opposition with a renewed vigour in National Basketball League of Canada action.

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Cruisers Sports All Blacks versus Elmvale Bears

11th annual London Blizzard Invitational Sledge Hockey Tournament

Three days and 76 games later, the 2015 London Blizzard Invitational Sledge Hockey Tournament is finally in the record books.

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With the words "An' cut you up wi' ready slicht," Simon Blastock cuts into the haggis at the sixth annual Robbie Burns Gala on Jan. 24.

Raising a toast to Robbie Burns

It was a night of celebration in the Carousel Room at the Western Fair District on Jan. 24 for the annual Robbie Burns Gala.

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Vocalist Neil Donell

Jeans’ n Classics brings it home for Habitat

It has been more than 35 years since The Police began bringing their unique rock mix of jazz, punk and reggae to stages around the world.

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Making their pitch

Almost two-dozen groups and individuals made their pitch for their particular needs to be included in the city's ongoing budget process.

Local groups looking to fit in London’s budget process

On a night where nearly two-dozen speakers pitched their financial needs to the council, one of the most compelling was a request for the...

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Braving the winter

Environment weather expert David Phillips said London residents are feeling the chill in January they didn't feel in December.

What a difference a year makes to London winter

According to David Phillips, senior climatologist at Environment Canada, London residents have already been experiencing some...

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North London chaos

A 25-year-old London man faces charges after multiple incidents connected to a pharmacy robbery on Jan. 22.

Pharmacy robbery in north London leads to chaos

A 25-year-old London man has been arrested following a busy morning for London police who were dealing with multiple incidents connected to...

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A Short Escape

Mark Drewe (left) — here with Victor Liorentas, projectionist at the Hyland Cinema — is founder of A Short Escape, a showcase of short films by local filmmakers, which is set for the Hyland (240 Wharncliffe Rd. S.) on Friday Feb. 6 from 9–11:30 p.m.

A Short Escape highlights London’s filmmaking talent

From time-to-time in London there has been an attitude by some people that suggests anything created in the Forest City can’t be as good as...

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Toronto man, 62 in critical condition after beating in west end apartment



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More guidance counsellors needed in Ontario elementary schools: report



Altercation leaves OPP officer injured

SIU called in to investigate altercation that leaves OPP officer injured



Man wounded in north end Toronto shooting

Man reportedly wounded in leg and chest in shooting in northwest Toronto



Man in custody after Toronto stabbing attack

Numerous victims in hospital after stabbing attack in downtown Toronto



New anti-terror laws coming on Friday

Government's re-tooled anti-terror law to be introduced Friday, says Harper



Man in court in connection with son's death

Man appeared in court in connection with two-year-old son's death



Man in hospital after falling down bluffs

Man hospitalized with frostbite after falling down Scarborough Bluffs


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