Special Olympics London athlete of the year James Taylor and NHL’er Corey Perry are cheered on as they carry the torch into Labatt Park.

Law Enforcement Torch run blazes into London

For almost three decades, the Law Enforcement Torch Run has been winding its way through towns and cities across the province in support of...

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Healthy eyes

Preventing infection and injury can be simple if you avoid these bad habits that can hurt your eyes.

6 bad habits that are hurting your eyes

"Don't sit so close to the'll hurt your eyes!" No adult living today would have escaped hearing this oft-repeated warning.

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Heading to Home County

Blair Heddle and Paul Hurdle, members of the band New Cumberland, along with Tom Burns and Tom Rutledge, will be making their return to Home County Music and Art Festival, July 17-19.

Bluegrass growing wild at Home County music fest

Paul Hurdle remembers the fear of looking out into the audience and thinking to himself, this might not work out.

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Happy Canada Day!

What to do on Canada Day in London

What to do on Canada Day in London

Canada Day, you say? There's a lot going on in London. Here are some of your options.

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London murder suspect's body pulled from Ottawa River

London murder suspect's body pulled from Ottawa River

A body found in an Ottawa river has been confirmed to be that of Muhab Sultanaly Sultan, a suspect in the shooting death of Jeremy Ryan Cook...

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Lynne Carmody, from North Bay, is shown in this handout image. Search-and-rescue crews were shocked when an Ontario couple missing for seven days walked out of the backcountry in southern British Columbia. Carmody and Rick Moynan of North Bay, Ont., turned up virtually unharmed on Sunday around 4 p.m., just hours before crews were going to call off the search for them. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO

Ontario couple heads home after week in woods

Friends, family relieved after missing Ontario couple walks out of B.C. forest

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Uber Cool

Chris McInnis is the owner of Über Cool Stuff, a store that includes a rather eclectic collection of fun for people of all ages.

Uber Cool is uber fun

If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, then cool is in the brain of Chris McInnis.

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Marner drafted by Leafs

Thornhill's Mitch Marner was drafted fourth overall by the Toronto Maple Leafs. The London Knights player is hoping to crack the NHL's club's lineup for the upcoming season.

Being Leafs’ top draft pick dream come true for Thornhill’s Marner

Growing up in Thornhill, Mitch Marner said his favourite National Hockey League team was the Toronto Maple Leafs. To this day, the...

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Ombudsman investigating Toronto Paramedic Services for stress injury incidents



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Close your doors: nuisance bears find trouble across country



Child falls from Toronto balcony; will survive

Child in hospital after falling from 8th-floor balcony in Toronto: paramedics



Collision with boat kills motorcyclist

Motorcyclist dead after colliding with boat being towed



Rob Ford can return to work 1-2 days a week

Rob Ford can work 1-2 days a week as he recovers from cancer surgery: doctors



Federal infrastructure funds flowing slowly

Data show Conservatives using infrastructure fund as campaign fodder: Goodale


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