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We challenged Grade 12 students to tell us, in 350 words or less, “What is the most significant topic that matters to you that directly...
Councillor roles on boards tricky
The city council members you elect this October won’t be spending all their time debating the weighty civic issues of the day.
What will London look like in 20 years? The city's new Official Plan, forged in the epic public consultation dubbed ReThink London, is expected May 22.
You can tape it and re-tape it, change the blade and cut down the shaft but that classic wooden hockey stick will never be as responsive as...
GOJHL move to Jr. A denied by OHA
The Ontario Hockey Association (OHA) has turned down the Greater Ontario Hockey League’s (GOJHL) request to reclassify to Junior A Tier II.
London police are looking for this man in relation to an assault at about 1 a.m. Thursday (April 17).
London police are seeking a suspect after a man was knocked out cold on Richmond Row early Thursday morning (April 17).
Const. Jackie Henry helped presented a report on the problem of human trafficking in the Forest City to the London Police Services Board during their monthly meeting on Wednesday (April 16). It is an issue Police Chief Brad Duncan said will need more resources dedicated towards in the future.
Human trafficking is a growing problem in London and requires a larger commitment of resources by the police — and the community — to cope...
Supporters of the Equal Pay Coalition, including (from left) Brenda Carpenter, Doris Hall, David Heap, London-Fanshawe MP Irene Mathyssen, Stephanie Joselyn-Fogarty and Annie Latham, handed out information flyers at the corner of Richmond and Fullerton streets on Wednesday (May 16), highlighting the Close The Gap campaign, a spotlight on how Ontario women, on average, earn 31 percent less than men.
April 16 might have seemed like any other day, but if you are a woman in Ontario, it represented the widening divide in salary equity...
2014 high school yearbook photograph of Stephen Arthuro Solis-Reyes.
A 19-year-old man has been charged in the security breach at the Canada Revenue Agency.
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Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne issues apology for abuse at two institutions
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