Among Canada's favourites

Students from Jack Chambers Public School took time Dec. 19 to honour their school crossing guard, Dale Martin, for being selected as one of Canada’s Favourite Crossing Guard Contest winners for 2014.

​​London crossing guard one of Canada’s favourites

Dale Martin isn’t sure what it means to be considered one of Canada’s favourite crossing guards, be she is certainly honoured to have been...

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A member of the OPP Clandestine Lab Investigative Response Team demonstrates some of the unit's gear after a press conference held at the OPP Western Region Headquarters on Dec. 19, outlining the results of Project Pinecreek.

Gun, drugs and cash seized, 33 charged by OPP

The OPP have put another dent in the illegal drug trade in southwestern Ontario.

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Charges laid in fatal London fire

Several charges have been laid in connection with a November fire that left one dead and many homeless.

Charges laid in wake of fatal London fire

Charges have been laid by the London Fire Department (LFD) and City of London by-law enforcement officers stemming from a fatal fire at an...

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Middlesex-London EMS delivers the holiday goods

Middlesex-London EMS paramedics not only save lives, they also try to save the holiday season for those who might otherwise miss out.

Middlesex-London paramedics to the holiday rescue

This time of year, when Middlesex-London EMS ambulances are not picking up patients, they're stuffing the back of their trucks with donated...

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Here's 10 ridiculous excuses during RIDE spot-checks

Here's 10 ridiculous excuses during RIDE spot-checks

The fear of being caught drinking and driving, together with threats of losing your driver's licence, having a criminal record and...

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Council says no to Orchestra London

Council voted unanimously at their Dec. 18 meeting to reject an Orchestra London request for $350,000.

City council says no to Orchestra London funding request

Council has sent a clear message to the Orchestra London board that not only won’t the city further fund the failing organization, but also...

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Hundreds attend London vigil

London remembers the slain children in Pakistan

London remembers the slain children in Pakistan

Katie Birch, foreground, and Hana Fahmy were two of nearly 200 Londoners who braved cold winds and freezing drizzle Thursday night to stand...

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Western takes the lead

Minister of State (Science and Technology) and London West MP Ed Holder (centre) watches Dr. Raymond Yee (right) as he offers a demonstration of tools used to understand heart conditions that cause irregular heartbeats and potentially fatal cardiac arrests and heart attacks. Joining Holder were (from left) Dr. Anthony Tang, Michel Perron, Dr. Amit Chakma and London North Centre MP Susan Truppe.

Feds fund Western University to lead research into cardiac death

With 40,000 people falling victim to some form of it every year, sudden cardiac death has become the number one killer of Canadians.

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Pedestrian struck by car on Hwy 401

Eastbound lanes of Hwy 401 closed near Port Hope after pedestrian struck by car

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Crowdfunding begins for laid off Wildrose staff

Crowdfunding site set up for laid off Wildrose caucus staff after floor crossing

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Wynne worries law may not protect sex workers

Wynne says Ontario will abide by new prostitution law despite her concerns

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Sony on shelving 'The Interview': 'We had no choice'

Sony defends shelving of 'The Interview' after Obama criticism: 'We had no choice'

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