Top 5 children’s books set in Ontario

Top 5 children’s books set in Ontario

Top 5 children’s books set in Ontario

    With the number of books that are published each year in the United States, it's hard to stay on top of...

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VIA expands London busienss

People from both inside and outside the Forest City see great benefits to VIA Rails plans to make London a focal point for its service in southwestern Ontario.

Via Rail's London expansion plans gain support

The question has been asked a lot in recent months, would improved passenger or commuter rail service improve the lives of Londoners?

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Tough tootsies

Coordinators Ashna Gupta and Priyanka Singh will join around 2,000 participants for the annual Barefoot Walk May 9.

Shedding their shoes for global change

They say to really understand someone you have to walk a mile in their shoes.

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Old South excitement

By next summer the YMCA of Western Ontario should be moved in to the former Normal School building at the heart of Wortley Village. The partnership between the city and the YMCA is celebrated by many, including (from left) Eric Shepperd, Ward 11 Coun. Stephen Turner, Mayor Matt Brown and Shaun Elliott.

Nothing Normal about YMCA deal for school

It was called the Normal School, but many don't know why.

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Standoff on Hamilton Road.

Second police standoff in a week ends peacefully

Second police standoff in a week ends peacefully

Update: A standoff between London police and a man inside a house at 657 Hamilton Rd. ended peacefully this morning when the suspect was...

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Country music artist Luke Bryan acknowledges the cheers of more than 9,000 of fans at Budweiser Gardens on May 3.

Luke Bryan brings down the Bud house

One of music’s hottest stars blazed his way into the hearts of London country music fans at Budweiser Gardens on Sunday night.

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Everything is awesome for Emmet and his fellow Free Comic Book Day costume contest competitors.

Everything is awesome at Comic Book Costume Contest

Anyone who may have confused the London Public Library for the League of Justice headquarters on May 2 could easily be forgiven.

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Soup N Bread Day

Derrick McBurney, who spent two years homeless on London streets, chats with Mirella Bryant, a steering committee member of London Homeless Coalition, which put on the annual spring Soup N Bread Day, May 1, at Covent Garden Market.

Helping the public understand hunger, homelessness

Derrick McBurney spent two years living homeless on the streets of London and so he knows full well how difficult it can be to not be able...

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