Candlelight vigil

Addison Hall's candlelight vigil at Greenway Park brought out many families and young children to support the family of the six-year-old who was killed July 25.

Thousands support feisty angel killed in Costco crash

The death of six-year-old Addison Hall following an accident at the south London Costco on July 25, has touched thousands of people across...

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Swan for Mayor

Ward 3 Councillor Joe Swan annouced on Wednesday (July 30) at the London Music Hall that he will run for mayor in the Oct. 27 municipal election.

Swan unveils mayoral run while promising change

Promising better days ahead, London’s latest mayoral candidate is giving notice things are going to change in the Forest City.

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Western

Western University isn't treating its food service workers fairly, CUPE charged on Wednesday (July 30).

University food servers hungry for equal pay

Hungry for equal treatment, a 600-member union local says treatment by Western University is leaving its hospitality services workers with a...

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FFIT

Participants in the FFIT workshop were introduced to all of the skills firefighters possess, including how to tie and deliver a hose to an upper floor.

Getting geared up at firefighter camp

Lydia Heuving literally kissed the ground when she finished her controlled rappel down the London Fire Department training tower Wednesday...

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Phil McLeod

Phil McLeod

Grassroots groups grow future politicians

Here’s how Tanya Park got interested in politics.

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For the Love of Laundry

Melissa Power is attempting to launch an initiative she calls For the Love of Laundry, which she hopes will eventually offer free laundry services to people who cannot otherwise afford it.

Offering free laundry for those down on their luck

Melissa Power has never been homeless, but she has faced the impossible choice between putting food on the table for her two kids and making...

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Feed People, Not Dumpsters

St. Joseph's Hospitality Centre volunteer coordinator Bill Payne and nursing students Steve Trudell and Agata Powlowski are working on a program to divert wasted food from grocery stores to social agencies around London.

Students hope to starve dumpsters in London

Rushing around St. Joseph’s Hospitality Centre on Dundas Street East on Monday morning (July 28), Agata Pawlowski and Steve Trudell don’t...

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London soccer skill compared to world talent

About 25 kids came out to North London Soccer Fields from Friday to Sunday (July 25 to 27) for the U8 to U11 group getting evaluated by England’s Sheffield Wednesday F.C.

London soccer skill compared to world talent

Canada might not be that far behind England when it comes to soccer. That statement would raise some eyebrows in London, Ontario and 5,800...

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Unfairly convicted man can sue police, Crown

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