Back from the other side

Anita Moorjani, a New York Times best-selling author of the book Dying to be Me, is in London to share her experiences of life after death.

Back from the other side

It was American television broadcaster Al Michaels who posed the question “Do you believe in miracles?” back while covering the 1980 U.S....

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Beach barrier

Ipperwash barrier symbol of tensions

Ipperwash barrier symbol of tensions

Ipperwash Beach has seen more than its share of conflict. Now, will a line in the sand marked by a row of wooden posts be enough to keep the...

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Survivor

Having survived cancer, Alex Terpstra and his family now publicize the importance of the Relay for Life.

Relay for Life no understatement

Alex Terpstra is your typical lazy teenager.

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Sunfest king Alfredo Caxaj

London's sunshine superman

London's sunshine superman

Alfredo Caxaj came to London as a 26-year-old political refugee from Guatemala with a young family, no luggage, and no idea just how cold a...

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Never one afraid to get his hands dirty, Steve Plunkett does a little tune-up work on his 1958 Pontiac Parisienne.

The man who gave us Country Cruize-in

Steve Plunkett is just like any other gear head tinkering on a few cars in his garage.

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One of 100

London snake bylaw fangless

London snake bylaw fangless

The first rule of Snake Club is: You do not talk about Snake Club.

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London's Oscar winner Paul Haggis

London's Haggis gold in tinseltown

London's Haggis gold in tinseltown

All it took was a few kind words from a nun and some further motivation from Dad for Oscar-winner Paul Haggis to leave home behind for the...

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Baechler through the looking glass

Baechler through the looking glass

Joni Baechler was at her farm in Waterloo in June 2014 when the phone rang.

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News From Beyond London

Ontario

Talks resume for London city workers and city

London city workers say they are willing to negotiate ahead of proposed strike

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Ontario

Boy, 13, injured in Toronto shooting

Boy, 13, hospitalized after shooting in north-end Toronto

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World

Florida woman released in jailing over son's circumcision

Florida woman released after 9 nights in jail in long-running fight over son's circumcision

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Ontario

Woman, 22, killed in gold mine accident

Woman, 22, killed in underground rail accident at gold mine near Timmins, Ont

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Ontario

Man shot in stomach in downtown Toronto

Man in hospital with gunshot wound to stomach after shooting in downtown Toronto

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Ontario

Teachers impasse disappointing: minister

Education minister remains committed to negotiated secondary teachers settlement

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Canada

Alberta fire slows plane crash investigation

Fire limits ability of investigators to reach scene of Alberta plane crash

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Ontario

Timeline of Ontario's current labour strife in schools

Timeline of Ontario's current labour strife in schools

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Canada

Family mourns B.C. man who died in Mexico

Family mourns 'large-hearted' B.C. man who died in boating accident in Mexico

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