Feeling defeated

Unhappy student protestors have their signs taken away by security after Western's senate defeated a motion of non-confidence in President Chakma.

Chakma survives non-confidence vote

Despite one senator’s assertion giving Amit Chakma a second chance should be a lot harder than simply remaking a burnt waffle, the majority...

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Top 11 songs aboot Canada

Top 11 songs about Canada

Top 11 songs about Canada

    Canadian Music Week is set to take place once again on May 1-10, 2015. The music festival and conference is one of the...

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Injured workers solidarity

Supporters of injured workers took to Richmond Street on April 17 during evening rush hour as the protested outside the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board.

Injured workers protest takes to downtown London

With brightly coloured signs and a literature in hand, a group of protestors took to the downtown April 17 to protest what one long-time...

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Forked decision

Forked River Brewing Company has had its expansion plans denied by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario. An online petition has been launched in an effort to help sway the province's decision.

Provincial red tape blocks Forked River expansion

London’s Forked River Brewing Company was all set to have a big grand opening of their new retail space, but the province has — at least for...

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Rope for Hope

Former Wish kid Kelsey Clark (second from right) is getting ready to take the plunge, rappeling down 300 ft. from London City Centre tower in support of Make-A-Wish during their Rope for Hope event June 19. Pictured from left are Kelsey's dad, Gary, friend Madison Francis and mom Brenda.

Former Make-A-Wish kid takes the plunge

Rappeling down from a platform 30 feet in the air, Kelsey Clark takes her time navigating the wall, a combination of bravery and sheer...

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Stunning vinyl release

Scott Bentley, otherwise known as Steven R. Stunning, will be releasing his latest album — on lime-green vinyl to be precise — on Record Store Day, Saturday, April 18.

London punk icon carries on record store tradition

Scott Bentley, or Steven R. Stunning as he is more popularly known on stage, has been putting out albums for over three decades — and yes,...

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Knights, fans get together once more

Knights, fans enjoy one more moment

Knights, fans enjoy one more moment

There was no OHL championship this year, but that didn’t come between London Knights players and fans April 16 at Budweiser Gardens.

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Lemon flavoured fun

Some 600 Ivey Business students took to the streets on April 15 to compete in the first day of the annual three-day Hunter Straker and Ivey Give LemonAid fundraiser. In the event's first four years, student efforts have resulted in $262,000 raised in support of the United Way London & Middlesex.

Turning lemons into sweet degrees

For some 600 students in the Ivey Business School’s HBA program, the annual Hunter Straker and Ivey Give LemonAid fundraiser is a perfect...

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