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14 clues that it’s time to break up

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Going PURPLE

On Friday (Oct. 17) London Health Sciences Centre accepts donation of 228 purple caps from the Ontario Paramedics Association. Taking part in the donation were (from left) Ann Turcotte, coordinator LHSC trauma program; Kelly Barzsa-Jenkins, perinatal nurse consultant; Brandon Batey, LHSC injury project associate; Silvie Crawford, LHSC vice-president patient centred care; Glen Gillies, executive director Ontario Paramedic Association; Robin Gillies, emergency medical dispatcher; and Tanya Charyk Stewart, injury epidemiologist, LHSC’s Trauma Program.

Ontario paramedics and LHSC going purple

On Friday (Oct. 17) representatives of the Ontario Paramedic Association travelled to London Health Sciences Centre to make a substantial...

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Oh What a Lovely War

Oh What a Lovely War runs Oct. 24 to Nov. 1 at the Palace Theatre. Among the cast members are (from left) Stephanie Molloy, Matt Stewart, Jayden Rogers.

New Palace Theatre show reflects on First World War

One hundred years ago this year the lights went out, and all of Europe was at war. Four years later, and at a total human cost of over 30...

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Ronson’s redemption in front of home crowd

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Ronson’s redemption in front of home crowd

Saturday (Oct. 18) night at Budweiser Gardens was to be redemption day for Jesse Ronson. Nicknamed the Body Snatcher, the 28-year-old...

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Brown blasts Cheng

Mayoral candidate Matt Brown speaks with reporters following a media conference at his campaign headquarters on Monday (Oct. 20). Brown used the event to take direct aim at the “divisive tactics” of fellow candidate Paul Cheng.

Brown blasts Cheng for use of divisive tactics

Mayoral candidate Matt Brown has taken direct aim at the man most observers have said is his closest competition for the city’s top...

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Movember London

Lincoln McCardle, a long-time Movember London committee member, is looking forward to this year's campaign which focuses on raising awareness around men's prostate and mental health.

Movember growing the men’s health conversation

Lincoln McCardle has become something of a known commodity in London, whether for his community involvement, his social media presence or...

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Dog Day Afternoon

Dian Bell and Tom Curlie hold onto their two-year-old Pekingese named Doc, who won the Purina National Dog Show’s $10,000 grand prize.

Dogs put on quite a show

More than 1,000 canines, representing over 100 breeds, packed the Western Fair District’s Agriplex this past weekend (Oct. 17 to 19) for the...

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Lightning looking for northern touch

Enrico Di Loreto tries to stop Zane Johnson from going to the basket during the London Lightning’s black-and-yellow intra-squad game at Budweiser Gardens on Sunday (Oct. 19).

Lightning looking for northern touch

You can’t spell Canada without the word can and the homegrown products are tying to prove they can play in the National Basketball League of...

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Man facing charges after machete attack

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CSIS can't cover 'all the bases': official

CSIS can't cover 'all the bases' when monitoring radicals: senior spy official

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Feds under fire for 'blind luck' ship rescue

Federal Conservatives under fire after 'blind luck' keeps drifting ship afloat

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One dead after vehicle goes wrong way on QEW

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America's Ebola jitters felt far and wide

Panic attacks over Ebola virus sprout up in strange spots in the U.S.

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Kingston fire official pleads guilty

Trial begins for former deputy Kingston fire chief on child porn related charges

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Leased tankers, fewer Arctic ships coming

Fewer Arctic warships, leased tankers a sign of more modest shipbuilding plan

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