London Police monitoring Ottawa shooting

One gate at Wolseley Barracks remains open after a soldier was shot in Ottawa Wednesday morning.

UPDATE: London Police monitoring Ottawa shooting

London Police are closely monitoring breaking news in Ottawa of a soldier being shot in front of Parliament Hill.

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Old East greatness

Old East Village has been chosen as one of the five finalists in the Great Neighbourhoods category of the annual Great Places in Canada contest.

Old East Village a Great Places in Canada finalist

Move over Wortley Village, make way Woodfield, Old East Village is hoping to join these communities as one of the best neighbourhoods in the...

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Delay doing your part in a group project

12 things your co-workers wish you wouldn’t do at work

12 things your co-workers wish you wouldn’t do at work

You may not even realize you're doing it, but whatever it is you're doing, your co-workers wish you would stop.

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Patient Ambassador Joanne Barker joins event vice-chair Theresa Mikula, chair Sally Aarssen and Shoppers Drug Mart representative Carolee Coulter in showing a few moves of their own during the 2015 Bust A Move For Breast Health kickoff party at Jim Bob Ray’s on Tuesday (Oct. 21).

Breaking open the fundraising gates at Bust A Move kickoff

They will be knocking off the pounds and packing on the dollars again this spring when the London Convention Centre is turned into the...

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The main entrance of the former South Street Hospital.

City searching for SoHo vision

The City of London Wednesday issued a Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) for companies interested in developing the Old Victoria...

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LCN poll results

A Tuesday (Oct. 20) LCN election poll shows Matt Brown with a strong lead over rival Paul Cheng.

Brown heading toward victory: LCN Poll

Matt Brown is heading towards victory in the Oct. 27 municipal election, states a poll commissioned by London Community News.

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On Friday (Oct. 17) London Health Sciences Centre accepts donation of 228 purple caps from the Ontario Paramedics Association. Taking part in the donation were (from left) Ann Turcotte, coordinator LHSC trauma program; Kelly Barzsa-Jenkins, perinatal nurse consultant; Brandon Batey, LHSC injury project associate; Silvie Crawford, LHSC vice-president patient centred care; Glen Gillies, executive director Ontario Paramedic Association; Robin Gillies, emergency medical dispatcher; and Tanya Charyk Stewart, injury epidemiologist, LHSC’s Trauma Program.

Ontario paramedics and LHSC going purple

On Friday (Oct. 17) representatives of the Ontario Paramedic Association travelled to London Health Sciences Centre to make a substantial...

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Brown blasts Cheng

Mayoral candidate Matt Brown speaks with reporters following a media conference at his campaign headquarters on Monday (Oct. 20). Brown used the event to take direct aim at the “divisive tactics” of fellow candidate Paul Cheng.

Brown blasts Cheng for use of divisive tactics

Mayoral candidate Matt Brown has taken direct aim at the man most observers have said is his closest competition for the city’s top...

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