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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Man charged in fatal crash

Charges filed in crash that killed 22-year-old London man

Charges filed in crash that killed 22-year-old London man

London police have laid charges in the Jan. 18 crash on the campus of Western University that killed 22-year-old Jay Broz and injured two...

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Understanding challenges

Federal Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau addresses the media following the Liberal winter caucus held in London.

Liberals take on London

The Liberal Party of Canada took over London this week, having their voices heard on both national and local issues.

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Jeans 'n Classics confusion

Jeans 'n Classics is somewhat concerned the situation at Orchestra London is causing confusion for some in the public who believe the two groups are still linked. Jeans 'n Classics left the orchestra in 2012.

Orchestra causing confusion for Jeans ‘n Classics

Peter Brennan understands how it can happen, but it still worries him — at least a little bit — how people confused the issues surrounding...

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Coming together

Brian Lester (left), executive director of Regional HIV/AIDS Connection, and Bruce Rankin, executive director John Gordon Home, join together in celebrating the amalgamation of the two organizations.

London AIDS organizations amalgamate to offer better service

Amalgamating two of the city’s key HIV/AIDS organizations was a remarkably complex, two-year process that can be somewhat ironically...

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