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Even if it is just out shopping for an hour or away from home for months chasing rebels across the galaxy, a chat with Secure VU Security Systems Russell Garcia might be in order at the 2015 Lifestyles Home Show.

Experiencing a bigger, better Lifestyles Home Show

“Bigger and better than ever.” That’s how Stacey Sage describes the 22nd annual Lifestyles Home Show, on now at the Western Fair District.

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Blues netminder Nicole Kesteris can only watch as a shot by Western's Kendra Broad sails past her shoulder to tie the score at 1-1 with only 30 seconds remaining in regulation time.

Varsity Blues edge Western Mustangs 2-1 in OT

When your number one, everyone comes at you with the best they’ve got.

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Western University Lip Dub video gone viral

Western University Lip Dub video gone viral

Western University Lip Dub video gone viral

Students at Western University have produced a fun, terrific version of Uptown Funk by Mark Ronson (featuring Bruno Mars) and the video has...

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A cast of characters

Students from London Waldorf School present A Face Like Glass, feature over 40 life-sized puppets crafted and manipulated by Grade 7 and 8 students.

London school's A Face of Glass features puppetry and imagination

Students from London Waldorf School are getting set to take the stage this weekend, accompanied by some very special guests.

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Budget debate yields results

After the first part of a two-day budget debate, council has cut the proposed tax hike to 2.5 percent or an additional $63 to the pocket of the average homeowner.

Council teamwork brings down potential budget hike

The tone in the room couldn’t have been more different as a city budget process that was divisive under the previous council turned into...

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Smooth sailing for police budget

Chief Brad Duncan discusses the $93 million police budget during discussions with the Strategic Priorities and Policy Committee on Jan. 29. The budget, which includes a 0.7 percent increase over 2014, was supported unanimously.

Council supports historically small police budget hike

In presenting one of the lowest London Police Service budget request ever, Chief Brad Duncan said he heard calls from politicians and...

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A helping hand

Teresa Armstrong, MPP London-Fashawe and Sheila Simpson of the Ontario Trillium Foundation present Joanne Beasley, board Chair of the Women's Community House with a plaque commemorating the centre's recent improvements, which will benefit women in crisis across London.

London crisis centre upgrade a lifeline for women

Soft blankets, ready to lend a little warmth and support to women in crisis, are draped over sturdy chairs in three small, but inviting,...

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Year of the Brain 2015

The official launch of the Year of the Brain awareness campaign took place on Jan. 28 at Parkwood Hospital. Among those taking part were (from left) Carl Cadogan, CEO of Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada; Donna Thomson, executive director of the Brain Injury Association of London and Region; and Sue Hillis, executive director of Dale Brain Injury Services.

Year of the Brain speaks to brain injury, mental health

Joy Cameron has lived with clinical depression for 14 years and is now recovering from post-concussion syndrome, making hers an ideal voice...

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