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Pan Am Games

Games medals contain metals from around Pan Am world

They’re made in Canada, but the material was extracted from mines around the Pan Am world.

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Pan Am Games

U.S. announces strong Pan American team

U.S. announces strong Pan American team with 20 Olympic champions

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Comfy and cozy

Of course I'm sleeping in a teacup! Where else would I be?

20 cats who sleep on their own terms

Because anywhere that prevents humans from being productive is a productive place for a cat to be.

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Student housing options

Ross Park, a proposed development scheduled to open in 2017, is continuing a trend towards more high-end student housing options in London.

Student housing stereotype gets high-end turnaround

The stereotypical image of student housing is a half-dozen kids crammed into a small house, getting into trouble because the atmosphere is...

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On the lake

Situated within the grounds of the Fanshawe Conservation Area on land leased from the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority, Fanshawe Yacht Club traces its origins back to 1953.

Sailing away from stress at Fanshawe Yacht Club

Some prefer being active and hiking out on a beam-reach, while others enjoy sitting back for a leisurely evening cruise along the shoreline.

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Headed to the hall

A three-time CFL all-star and member of the ’94 Western Mustangs Vanier Cup winning team, Jude St. John is one of this year’s seven inductees to the London Sports Hall of Fame.

Gridiron giant strides into London Hall of Fame

At six-foot four with arms like small tree trunks and a menacing scowl, Jude St. John sets an imposing figure.

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Off to the races

Paighton Jacobs races in the the Delaware Speedway Junior Racing League. The program provides a training ground for young drivers with more than a passing interest in motorsports.

Delaware kids racing to grow up

The cars might be pint-sized, but the desire to win is just as big as their dreams of glory.

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Special Olympics London athlete of the year James Taylor and NHL’er Corey Perry are cheered on as they carry the torch into Labatt Park.

Law Enforcement Torch run blazes into London

For almost three decades, the Law Enforcement Torch Run has been winding its way through towns and cities across the province in support of...

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Heading to Home County

Blair Heddle and Paul Hurdle, members of the band New Cumberland, along with Tom Burns and Tom Rutledge, will be making their return to Home County Music and Art Festival, July 17-19.

Bluegrass growing wild at Home County music fest

Paul Hurdle remembers the fear of looking out into the audience and thinking to himself, this might not work out.

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Happy Canada Day!

What to do on Canada Day in London

What to do on Canada Day in London

Canada Day, you say? There's a lot going on in London. Here are some of your options.

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News From Beyond London

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Florida man gets 2.5 years for having sex on the beach

Florida man sentenced to 2.5 years in prison for having sex on the beach in broad daylight

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Ontario

S&P downgrades Ontario debt rating a notch

Ontario debt rating downgraded by S&P; cites budgetary 'underperformance'

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Ontario

Summit aiming to bolster climate-change fight

International summit this week aims to bolster climate-change fight

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Ontario

Power workers ratify Hydro One deal

Ontario power workers ratify three-year 'net-zero' deal with Hydro One

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EVENTS IN LONDON

Cheerleading camp

Mon Jul 6 | 8:30 AM

Museum London Summer Camp

Mon Jul 6 | 8:30 AM

MOA Summer Day Camp

Mon Jul 6 | 8:30 AM

Mad Science Summer Camp 2015

Mon Jul 6 | 9:00 AM

Summer Dance Camp

Mon Jul 6 | 9:00 AM

Upcoming Events

Mon Jul 6 | 9:00 AM

London Gymnastics Academy...

Mon Jul 6 | 9:00 AM

STEM Summer Camp - Fanshawe...

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Community

An open door for London’s open-minded

They’re your “average couple next door” with day jobs and everyday interests, but once a month Skye...

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Columns

Time for real discussion on drugs

Let’s talk about drugs.

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Union, city striking out with residents

If you’d asked me two months ago about the City of London’s interest in becoming more “open for...

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