Year of the Brain 2015

The official launch of the Year of the Brain awareness campaign took place on Jan. 28 at Parkwood Hospital. Among those taking part were (from left) Carl Cadogan, CEO of Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada; Donna Thomson, executive director of the Brain Injury Association of London and Region; and Sue Hillis, executive director of Dale Brain Injury Services.

Year of the Brain speaks to brain injury, mental health

Joy Cameron has lived with clinical depression for 14 years and is now recovering from post-concussion syndrome, making hers an ideal voice...

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The best selfies

15 Great things about air travel

15 Great things about air travel

  1. Arriving at the airport. No matter how congested, no matter how frantic, there is no place that is as inherently...

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Readers' Choice Awards

The finalists for the Readers' Choice Awards named

The finalists for the Readers' Choice Awards named

The nomination period has ended with a resounding 2,948 nominations for your favourite businesses and services. Obviously, Londoners like to...

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Stars netminder Brendan Polasek keeps his eyes locked on the puck being chased down by London forward Kevin Madden in GOJHL action on Jan. 28.

London Nationals lose 3-2 in shootout to St. Thomas Stars

The Stars were shining at the Western Fair Sports Centre on Jan. 28. Unfortunately for the London Nationals, they weren’t the ones in the...

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A cast of characters

Forest City Comicon is heading into its second year in a new venue and with a new partner in crime.

London's Forest City Comicon moving on up for second year

Warriors, elves and superheroes of London rejoice, Forest City Comicon is moving to some new digs in 2015.

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Outstanding effort

Evil Dead: The Musical captured the Outstanding Musical prize at the 13th Annual Brickenden Awards, held on Jan. 26, at the Wolf Performance Hall. Helping accept the award for Iglesia Productions were (from left) Heather May, Laura Hounsell, Luca Monti, Jessica Ducharme, Tim Felsky and Sam Shoebottom.

Local amateur theatre shines at Brickenden Awards

Mark Killeen has been involved in area theatre for many years, but only made his directorial debut when he launched By the Book Theatre last...

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Crashes and collisions

In a report released by the London Police Service, crash-prone Wellington Road and Commissioners topped the list of the city's most dangerous intersections.

London Police Service releases 2014 collision report

Imagine you’re on your way to work, maybe running a little late, typing a text or two. You press send and bang – you’re hit.

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Food trucks move forward

Council voted unanimously on Jan. 27 to have staff come back with a report speaking to the details of a pilot project for food trucks.

Food trucks take step closer to London streets

People calling for food trucks to hit city streets this summer have seen their hopes move a step closer to reality, but those who oppose the...

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