Dog Day Afternoon

Dian Bell and Tom Curlie hold onto their two-year-old Pekingese named Doc, who won the Purina National Dog Show’s $10,000 grand prize.

Dogs put on quite a show

More than 1,000 canines, representing over 100 breeds, packed the Western Fair District’s Agriplex this past weekend (Oct. 17 to 19) for the...

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Lightning looking for northern touch

Enrico Di Loreto tries to stop Zane Johnson from going to the basket during the London Lightning’s black-and-yellow intra-squad game at Budweiser Gardens on Sunday (Oct. 19).

Lightning looking for northern touch

You can’t spell Canada without the word can and the homegrown products are tying to prove they can play in the National Basketball League of...

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Cops buzzin’

Insp. Kevin Heslop goes under the clippers during the 10th annual Cops for Cancer London Head Shave at Masonville Mall on Saturday (Oct. 18).

Cops buzzin’

Cops were lining up at Masonville Mall on Saturday (Oct. 18) for a new doo, not just because their hair was past police regulations but...

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Getting engaged at the fair

School board trustees setup signs and were on hand for the VOICE civic engagement fair on Saturday (Oct. 18) at the Goodwill Centre.

Getting engaged at the fair

Consider the VOICE civic engagement fair on Saturday (Oct. 18) your one-stop shop for election and city resources.

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Right to Vote

Northeast Community Conversations Group held a discussion, The Right to Vote: A Forgotten Citizen Responsibility, at the Beacock library on Thursday (Oct. 16). Among the approximately 30 people taking part were (from left) Jacqueline Fraser, Luke McInnis, Sheryl Rooth and Christine Dela Cruz.

Having a conversation around the right to vote

Glen Pearson has seen the power of democracy, not just in London where he was once elected as a MP, but in what would become South Sudan...

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Knights get back-to-back wins

London Knights Julius Bergman gets a mouthful of Owen Sound Attack Holden Cook’s glove during Friday’s (Oct. 17) game at Budweiser Gardens.

Knights get back-to-back wins

These days you would have an easier time searching for Waldo than finding out what the London Knights are all about.

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Shine the Light

The London Abused Women’s Centre held a media launch on Friday (Oct. 17) for its fifth Annual Shine the Light on Woman Abuse campaign. Among those taking part in the launch were (from left) Megan Walker, Stephanie Bates and Christy Floyd. The campaign takes place this November to coincide with Woman Abuse Awareness and Prevention Month in Ontario.

Shining a purple light on violence against women

As a result of recent scandals in the National Football League, the issue of violence against women, domestic violence in particular, has...

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Honouring community leadership

Toastmasters International District 86 has selected London’s Chris Moss as the latest recipient of their Communication and Leadership Award. Moss will be presented her award during the District 86 Fall Conference at Communication & Leadership luncheon on Saturday, Nov. 8.

London resident to receive leadership award

Dr. Roberta Bondar, Canada's first female astronaut, is a past winner, so too is former Toronto Argonauts head coach Mike (Pinball) Clemons,...

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